Millennium Energy Vietnam proposes to develop $15 billion LNG project in Soc Trang

Millennium Energy Vietnam proposes to develop $15 billion LNG project in Soc Trang

Millennium Energy Vietnam Co., Ltd., a member of Millennium Group from the United States, has proposed to develop a liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in Soc Trang province. Once approved, it would be the largest LNG project in the Mekong River Delta.
PV Power look for EPC contractor for Nhon Trach 3 and 4 thermal power plants

PV Power look for EPC contractor for Nhon Trach 3 and 4 thermal power plants

PV Power issued the bidding information for the engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) package for Nhon Trach 3 and 4 thermal power plants.
Arduous path to LNG success

Arduous path to LNG success

Vietnam has put a strong focus on LNG, which – though being a fossil fuel – promises to outrun coal with its higher cost efficiency and lower emissions.
GE highlights gas potential in low-carbon energy production

GE highlights gas potential in low-carbon energy production

In its latest Whitepaper on energy transition builds, GE has reiterated its commitment to carbon neutrality in its operations by 2030.
Adding LNG import terminal for Ca Na LNG Power Complex

Adding LNG import terminal for Ca Na LNG Power Complex

The prime minister approved the suggestion of the Ministry of Transport of adding a liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal in Ca Na LNG Power Complex.
LNG driving FDI picture so far in 2021

LNG driving FDI picture so far in 2021 1

Vietnam is quickly becoming one of the most promising liquefied natural gas import markets in Asia, with major foreign players pouring billions of US dollars into the country this year.
VinaCapital GS Energy recieves investment certificate for $3 billion LNG plant

VinaCapital GS Energy recieves investment certificate for $3 billion LNG plant

VinaCapital GS Energy received the investment certificate to build a $3 billion LNG-to-power complex in Long An province.
MoIT: Vietnam still needs more thermal power plants

MoIT: Vietnam still needs more thermal power plants

Rebutting a proposal by cities and provinces, the MoIT maintains that Vietnam still needs to develop thermal power plants to ensure energy security.
LNG powering the future of energy

LNG powering the future of energy

US-backed GE and partners have launched operations at Track 4A Power Plant in Malaysia, marking the very first commercial use of the former’s second-generation H-class gas turbines that are expected to widen the horizons of low-carbon energy production and accelerate the growth of liquefied natural gas in the global energy mix.
Full steam ahead for LNG capacities to omit other fossil fuels?

Full steam ahead for LNG capacities to omit other fossil fuels? 1

With its rapid development, Vietnam’s hunger for reliable and sustainable energy sources grows daily. Thus, the country is making efforts to develop thermal gas power sources to diversify its portfolio, which could be a challenging task as there are currently insufficient supplies within its territory.
2020 LNG demand holds despite COVID-19, set for growth as global economies recover

2020 LNG demand holds despite COVID-19, set for growth as global economies recover

Global LNG trade increased to 360 million tonnes in 2020, according to Shell’s latest annual LNG Outlook, despite the volatility caused by COVID-19.
Legal issues cloud LNG power plans

Legal issues cloud LNG power plans 1

The concept of using liquefied natural gas (LNG) for electricity production is attracting investors in Vietnam. ACSV Legal managing partner Mark Oakley, of counsel, and head of Energy Practice Tim Dobson provide a look into the current LNG-to-power market of Vietnam and outline some critical legal issues for interested investors.
GE inks an agreement with EVN Genco3 to develop Vietnam LNG power plant

GE inks an agreement with EVN Genco3 to develop Vietnam LNG power plant 3

General Electric signed an MoU with EVN Genco3 to develop an LNG power plant in the southern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau, as reported by Bloomberg.
Tokyo Gas and Marubeni to build a nearly $2 billion LNG power plant in Vietnam

Tokyo Gas and Marubeni to build a nearly $2 billion LNG power plant in Vietnam 1

Japanese utility Tokyo Gas and trading house Marubeni will build a liquefied natural gas (LNG) power plant in Vietnam.
Gas power generation to remain a prominent energy source in next decade

Gas power generation to remain a prominent energy source in next decade

Gas power generation is going to be a prominent source of energy in Asia in the next 10 years, following the decarbonisation taking place at the moment.
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