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South East Asia gas, coal and power month in brief: May 2015


South East Asia gas, coal and power month in brief: May 2015

Report summary

In our inaugural monthly update of the gas, coal and power markets in South East Asia, we are pleased to bring some highlights following our recent visit to the Philippines and Thailand. We also comment on the progress of Indonesia's small scale LNG project and the EMA's tender for the next LNG importer for Singapore.


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  • PLN receives six bids so far for its small-scale Indonesia LNG tender
  • Conflicting messages between policy and action in the Philippines…
  • ... and will Energy World Corporation be able to deliver?
  • Krabi coal-fired power plant: a new beginning or a logistical nightmare?
  • Other events under watch

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  • PLN receives six bids so far for its small-scale Indonesia LNG tender
  • Conflicting messages between policy and action in the Philippines…
  • ... and will Energy World Corporation be able to deliver?
  • Krabi coal-fired power plant: a new beginning or a logistical nightmare?
    • Monthly coal requirements in 800 MW coal plant
  • Other events under watch
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