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    Playing it cool

    Asia focus, Erich Parpart, Published on 09/09/2019

    » When it comes to sports, skiing and skating are the last activities anyone associates with Southeast Asia. Outside of a few indoor skating rinks in big cities, the only ice you'll find is in drinks. And as for snow, it's non-existent except at the highest reaches of remote and forbidding Hkakabo Razi in northern Myanmar.


    Woodside powers up

    Asia focus, Erich Parpart, Published on 05/12/2016

    » Myanmar is the centre of attention for Woodside Energy following the Australian company's discovery of gas off the coast of Rakhine state last year. It is now preparing to invest around 25-30% of its exploration budget in Southeast Asia to help realise the potential of the region.


    Even in a greener world, fossil fuels still rule

    Asia focus, Erich Parpart, Published on 07/11/2016

    » The current global trend may be "going green, going electric and going mobile", but fossil fuels will continue to dominate energy consumption globally, especially in developing countries, says the CEO of PTT Plc, Thailand's biggest energy company.


    Exploring the options

    Asia focus, Nareerat Wiriyapong, Published on 02/03/2015

    » As Thailand takes a three-month respite from the noisy debate over oil and gas exploration, all sides involved hope that the time will be used to come up with a system that promotes energy security and is fair to the public and business alike.


    Mixed prospects

    Asia focus, Published on 26/01/2015

    » Thai companies that have been considering regional expansion are going against the global trend of budget cuts in the oil and gas industry by preparing to actively pursue possible merger and acquisition opportunities that may arise.


    Holding off the sunset

    Asia focus, Published on 08/09/2014

    » Textile producers in Thailand are used to being told that they’re part of a sunset industry. They’ve been hearing such talk for two decades or more. Some companies have faded away and those that remain face new threats to survival as overhead and fixed costs continue to surge while China’s dominance grows.

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