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    01 August 2022 | Source: The STAR Online
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​The combined deployment of renewable energy (RE) and gas power is needed to achieve net-zero emissions amid challenges facing the local energy market, according to GE Gas Power.

    28 July 2022 | Source: Berita Harian
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    Malaysia bakal memiliki kapal elektrik pertama dalam tempoh tiga tahun akan datang, sekali gus mengukuhkan kedudukan industri pembinaan kapal dan pembaikan kapal (SBSR) negara.

    27 July 2022 | Source: Nikkei Asia
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​Thai engineering company TTCL has opened a plant to produce biomass fuel from agricultural waste like corncobs and husks as a greener alternative to coal in a country that still relies heavily on fossil fuels.

    27 July 2022 | Source: Reuters
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​The Biden administration on Tuesday said it will sell an additional 20 million barrels of oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve as part of a previous plan to tap the facility to calm oil prices boosted by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and as demand recovers from the pandemic.

    22 July 2022 | Source: Reuters
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    Greece opposes an EU plan for countries to cut their gas use by 15% by March, its government said on Thursday, after the country unveiled a contingency plan which sees rotating power outages as a last resort if Russian gas supplies are disrupted.

    21 July 2022 | Source: Reuters
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    New Zealand will review the provision of free climate pollution credits to local industry in a move to stop over-allocations to some businesses and encourage decarbonisation, the government said on Thursday.

    20 July 2022 | Source: Nikkei Asia
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​Denmark's Vestas Wind Systems has shelved plans to build a wind turbine plant in Japan after its prospective customer failed to snag a offshore wind farm contract, Nikkei has learned.

    19 July 2022 | Source: The Borneo Post Online
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​Sarawak continues to stride ahead with empowering its economy via ventures in hydrogen technology as well as looking at other less-common avenues, such as algae production.

    15 July 2022 | Source: Wood Mackenzie
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    Investing in the low-carbon economy was a huge stock market theme through 2020 and 2021. Policy support in the wake of net zero pledges at COP26 last November only seemed to set the seal on a structural shift into green investment plays and out of fossil fuel sectors.

    14 July 2022 | Source: Nikkei Asian Review
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    Ukraine war underscores importance of clean energy security. The Quad nations of Japan, the U.S., Australia and India agreed on Wednesday to promote technological development for clean-burning hydrogen and ammonia as fuels at the security grouping's first energy meeting.

    07 July 2022 | Source: Upstream Online
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​A 200 MW electrolyser is to be built on the Tweede Maasvlakte in the port of Rotterdam and will be operational in 2025. Supermajor Shell has taken a final investment decision to build a 200 megawatt electrolyser for the Holland Hydrogen I hydrogen plant, in the Netherlands.

    07 July 2022 | Source: Reuters
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    The European Parliament on Wednesday backed EU rules labelling investments in gas and nuclear power plants as climate-friendly, throwing out an attempt to block the law that has exposed deep rifts between countries over how to fight climate change.

    04 July 2022 | Source: OilPrice.com
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​There is a glaring problem in the energy transition that not many people are acknowledging. It is being built on the back of finite resources, and the mining industry is already warning that there aren’t enough metals for all the batteries the transition will require.Because of the short supply, prices are on the rise, as are prices across commodity sectors.

    29 June 2022 | Source: Upstream Online
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​Supermajors Shell and ExxonMobil have joined China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) to pursue a huge carbon capture and storage (CCS) project in Guangdong province, China’s southern economic powerhouse.

    27 June 2022 | Source: Borneo Bulletin
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    Tokyo Gas, Japan’s top city gas supplier, said on Friday it has begun a pilot programme of methanation, a technology to help decarbonise city gas, and plans to use green hydrogen sourced from renewable energy for the trial by next March.

    27 June 2022 | Source: Reuters
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    Ministers from European Union countries will meet this week to attempt to agree joint plans to fight climate change, with some diplomats saying countries under economic pressure might water down some of the most ambitious targets proposed by Brussels.

    24 June 2022 | Source: The Edge Markets
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    Singapore began receiving hydropower from Laos wired through Thailand and Malaysia on Thursday, the city-state’s first renewable electricity imports as it looks beyond its borders to meet climate change goals.

    15 June 2022 | Source: Reuters
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​Energy company executives at a conference on the global transition insisted on Tuesday that fossil fuels, especially natural gas, are still needed at a time when global markets grapple with tight energy supplies and skyrocketing prices.

    10 June 2022 | Source: The Edge Markets
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    Carbon tax in Malaysia should happen in the future but it is a wait-and-see approach for now with many aspects to look into, tax experts said at the Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA) International Accountants Conference 2022 on Thursday (June 9).

    10 June 2022 | Source: Upsteam Technology
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    A Japanese consortium is forging ahead with a new geothermal project in the mountainous northern Akita Prefecture on the nation’s main island Honshu.


    09 June 2022 | Source: Reuters
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    Canada on Wednesday launched a credit system for greenhouse gas offsets, a major part of its plan to cut carbon emissions, starting with a set of rules stipulating how projects can generate tradeable credits by capturing gas from landfills.

    27 May 2022 | Source: Upstream Online
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​Two players sign an MoU for a joint study focusing on sealing away carbon dioxide. State-controlled Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) and European supermajor Shell have teamed up to jointly study carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) opportunities in Oman.

    ​The U.S. Energy Department launched a program on Thursday to fund four large-scale projects across the country that can remove carbon dioxide from the air, investing $3.5 billion in a nascent technology the Biden administration says is necessary to meet a goal of achieving net zero emissions by mid century.

    19 May 2022 | Source: Reuters
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​​The European Commission unveiled a 210 billion euro plan for Europe to end its reliance on Russian fossil fuels by 2027, and to use the pivot away from Moscow to quicken its transition to green energy.

    18 May 2022 | Source: Reuters
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​The European Commission will on Wednesday unveil a 210 billion euro plan for how Europe can end its reliance on Russian fossil fuels by 2027, and use the pivot away from Moscow to quicken its shift to green energy.

    10 May 2022 | Source: Pressreader
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    The state government is exploring sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) to sustainably produce jet fuel that will contribute to the reduction of carbon emissions, said Premier of Sarawak Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Abang Johari Tun Openg.

    10 May 2022 | Source: Reuters
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​The European Union executive wants to speed up the bloc's green transition and cut its reliance on Russian fuels by allowing some renewable energy projects to receive permits within a year, a draft document shows.

    06 May 2022 | Source: Oil Price
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    Finland is prepared that it could be next on Russia’s list for cutting off gas deliveries for European Union members, as the Russian neighbor to northwest is expected to decide within weeks whether to apply to join NATO.  “Finland is prepared for the possibility that gas deliveries from Russia would end,” Finnish Minister of European Affairs Tytti Tuppurainen told Reuters on Thursday.

    28 April 2022 | Source: Reuters
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​The Biden administration on Wednesday identified new areas for potential offshore wind development off the coasts of Oregon and several central Atlantic states, its latest step toward bolstering the nascent U.S. industry.

    21 April 2022 | Source: Reuters
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​The world needs to find $1.3 trillion of incremental investment by 2030 to boost all types of energy output and infrastructure from renewables to oil and gas to avoid an energy crunch, U.S. bank JP Morgan said in its first annual energy outlook.

    20 April 2022 | Source: Reuters
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​Japan's state-backed New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO) said on Tuesday it will allocate 114.5 billion yen ($892 million) to help develop new fuels such as synthetic ones that emit lower carbon dioxide (CO2).

    12 April 2022 | Source: Nikkei Asian Review
    Post Type: ARTICLE

    ​Beijing has the plans and political commitments it needs to make China a global climate leader. But plans and commitments do not mean much if risk-averse economic planners fail to follow through on them.

    12 April 2022 | Source: Reuters
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​ A Germany company will next month switch on a floating solar power plant it has built on a quarry lake, a rapidly-installed, renewable technology it says could help wean the country off Russian fossil fuels.

    31 March 2022 | Source: Oil Price
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​OPEC’s Secretary General and other industry leaders had much to say about ‘Oil and Gas in a Net-Zero World’ in Dubai this week. They appeared newly confident in the central role they will play in an energy transition.

    17 March 2022 | Source: Reuters
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​Greece will extend financial aid to relieve consumers suffering from soaring energy costs exacerbated by sanctions against Moscow since its invasion of Ukraine, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said on Wednesday.

    16 March 2022 | Source: Industrial Guide Asia
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​Taking the lead to address energy transition and accelerate collaborations in net zero solutions for Southeast Asia, PETRONAS is partnering with premier energy conference CERAWeek by S&P Global to co-create Energy Asia 2023 in Kuala Lumpur.

    08 March 2022 | Source: Nikkei Asian Review
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​An advanced nuclear reactor developed by China has started up in Pakistan, making it the second unit of its kind in operation in the country and fourth overall.

    03 March 2022 | Source: Reuters
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​Oil surged relentlessly beyond $110 a barrel on Wednesday, extending its rally since Russia invaded Ukraine seven days ago, on expectations that the market will remain short of supply for months to comefollowing sanctions on Moscow and a flood of divestment from Russian oil assets by major companies.

    02 March 2022 | Source: Reuters
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​U.S. traders in the nation’s largest oil hubs have cautiously put imports from Russian companies on hold, even though the White House has said oil sales are not the target of sanctions.

    01 March 2022 | Source: Nikkei Asian Review
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​Shell will exit all oil and gas projects involving Russian state-owned energy giant Gazprom in response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, including a landmark LNG plant that has served as a symbol of cooperation between Tokyo and Moscow.

    28 February 2022 | Source: Reuters
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​Greece will propose setting up a European Union energy solidarity fund to mitigate the energy crisis impact on households, businesses and consumers, its energy minister said on Sunday, before EU ministers meet on Monday. 

    28 February 2022 | Source: Reuters
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​Russian exports of all commodities from oil and metals to grains will be severely disrupted by fresh Western sanctions, dealing a blow to Russia's economy and hurting the West with a spike in prices and inflation, traders and analysts said.

    21 February 2022 | Source: Reuters
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​OPEC+ should stick to its current agreement to add 400,000 barrels of oil per day each month to output, ministers of Arab oil-producing countries said on Sunday as they gathered in Saudi Arabia, rejecting calls to pump more to ease pressure on prices.

    21 February 2022 | Source: Reuters
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​The Saudi energy minister said on Sunday that focusing only on renewable power sources was a mistake and that the world may not be able to produce all the energy needed for economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.

    21 February 2022 | Source: Sunday Time
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​The Energy Ministry is awaiting Finance Ministry approval to register a new entity named Lanka National Petroleum Company ( LNPC) to handle the upstream segment of the oil and gas industry which includes exploration, geological surveys and production.

    14 February 2022 | Source: Nikkei Asian Review
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​Qatar's deepening trade in natural gas with Asia is complicating global efforts to protect Europe from the threat of an energy squeeze by Russia.

    09 February 2022 | Source: The Edge Markets
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​Malaysia-based oil and gas support services provider ICE Petroleum Sdn Bhd has entered into a partnership agreement with the UK-based consulting and engineering company John Wood Group PLC (Wood) to capture and drive growth across the energy sector in Malaysia.

    08 February 2022 | Source: Forbes
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​One aspect of the narrative around the “energy transition” that seldom receives much attention is the dollar cost of trying to limit predicted global warming over the rest of this century to 1.5 degrees centigrade.

    08 February 2022 | Source: Reuters
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​The United States and the European Union pledged on Monday to work to ensure gas supplies can respond to disruptions in pipeline gas flows, as tensions rise over the massing of troops on Ukraine's borders by Russia, Europe's biggest gas supplier.

    04 February 2022 | Source: The Edge Markets
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​Based on corporate announcements and news flow on Thursday (Feb 3), companies that may be in focus on Friday include Green Packet Bhd, NWP Holdings Bhd and Straits Energy Resources Bhd.

    04 February 2022 | Source: Reuters
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​Energy prices for millions of Britons will soar from April after a 54% hike to the regulatory price cap, forcing the government to stump up 9 billion pounds ($12 billion) of fresh support for already cash-strapped households.

    28 January 2022 | Source: The Edge Markets
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​Capital spending on physical assets for energy and land-use systems in the net-zero transition between 2021 and 2050 would amount to about US$275 trillion, or US$9.2 trillion per year on average, an annual increase of as much as US$3.5 trillion from the present.

    26 January 2022 | Source: Upstream Online
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​Oslo-listed floater specialist BW Offshore has agreed to sell its BW Joko Tole floating production, storage and offloading vessel to an Indonesian consortium of Bahari Inti Tanker, Cahaya Haluan Pasifik and Buana Lintas Lautan.

    25 January 2022 | Source: Reuters
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​There is openness inside Mexico's government to addressing U.S. concerns about proposed Mexican legislation aimed at strengthening state control of the power market, U.S. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm said on Monday.

    10 January 2022 | Source: Yakima Herald
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​Pacific Power has filed its first Clean Energy Implementation Plan with state officials after a lengthy process of planning and public hearings.

    30 December 2021 | Source: Reuters
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​Gas group Snam (SRG.MI) has agreed a 14 million euro ($15.9 million) contract to build a hydrogen-ready fuel cell for Italy's Torino Airport to help it to cut its carbon footprint, the two companies said.

    23 December 2021 | Source: Reuters
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​Kosovo's energy distribution company KEDS said on Wednesday it would introduce power outages across the country as a result of low domestic production and high energy import prices.

    20 December 2021 | Source: The STAR Online
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​Sarawak Energy Bhd (SEB) aims to incorporate 300 megawatt (MW) of large-scale solar power in its electricity generation mix.

    20 December 2021 | Source: Reuters
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​Australia has raised its outlook for mining and energy export earnings to a record A$379 billion ($272 billion) for the current fiscal year as coal and gas shortages in China and Europe pump up prices, the government said on Monday.

    20 December 2021 | Source: The STAR Online
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​PMB Technology Bhd has secured an additional supply of 25-megawatt (MW) electricity from Syarikat Sesco Bhd to power the production expansion of its metallic silicon plant in Samalaju Industrial Park in Bintulu, Sarawak.

    07 December 2021 | Source: Houston Chronicle
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​The chief executives of the two largest U.S. oil companies on Monday reiterated their beliefs that the world will continue to rely on fossil fuels for years, if not decades, to come — even as society shifts toward cleaner forms of energy.

    26 November 2021 | Source: Economic Times
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​If not for the world running out of time to stop catastrophic global warming, we wouldn't be talking as much about hydrogen. And in Europe at least, the electricity used to make hydrogen through electrolysis has to compete with electricity use for power purposes.

    11 November 2021 | Source: Reuters
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​Oil major Royal Dutch Shell's clean energy unit will provide renewable energy credits (REC) to oilfield firm Baker Hughes' facilities in United States for a two-year period, the companies said on Wednesday.

    04 October 2021 | Source: The Edge Malaysia
    Post Type: PRINTED NEWS

    ​The recently tabled 12th Malaysia Plan 2021-2025 sets an ambitious goal for the country to achieve net zero carbon emission by "as early as" 2050, ahead of Singapore and Indonesia.

    01 October 2021 | Source: Reuters
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​Oil futures were little changed on Thursday as reports China was prepared to buy more oil and other energy supplies to meet growing demand offset price pressure from an unexpected rise in U.S. crude inventories and a strong dollar.

    29 September 2021 | Source: The Sun
    Post Type: PRINTED NEWS

    ​The National Energy Policy that will be introduced in the 12th Malaysia Plan (12MP) serves as an important guide for energy stakeholders to move forward, according to an academician.

    28 September 2021 | Source: The STAR Online
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​Economic instruments such as carbon pricing and a carbon tax will be introduced as Malaysia remains committed to its target of becoming a carbon-neutral nation by 2050.

    10 September 2021 | Source: The Borneo Post
    Post Type: PRINTED NEWS

    ​Climate activism by the shareholders of international oil companies amid legal suits in tandem with energy transition policies could mean national oil companies securing a larger share in global oil production over the next 10–20 years.

    09 September 2021 | Source: Reuters
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Commonwealth Fusion Systems successfully tested the world's most powerful high-temperature superconducting magnet in a step toward building a fusion power plant to generate carbon-free power.

    20 August 2021 | Source: Reuters
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​Tesla Inc will join hands with Japanese companies to build an energy storage facility using its rechargeable battery in Hokkaido in northern Japan to help stabilise the power system in the wake of rising renewable energy use.

    16 August 2021 | Source: Oil Price
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​wo-thirds of Americans are interested in electric cars. Sales of EVs hit a record of more than 300,000 in the first half of the year. Everything seems to be going well for EVs and their makers.

    11 August 2021 | Source: The STAR
    Post Type: PRINTED NEWS

    ​PETRONAS has awarded global energy consultancy Xodus the conceptual engineering design contract for its first complete carbon capture and storage (CCS) project, offshore Sarawak.

    09 August 2021 | Source: The STAR
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    Sarawak is set to export an initial 30 megawatt (MW) of electricity to Sabah for 15 years, from end-2023.




    05 August 2021 | Source: The Malaysian Reserve Online
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​Both companies will work closely on product development and mass production based on SilTerra’s BCD technology

    05 August 2021 | Source: The STAR Online
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​Solar photovoltaic system specialist Solarvest Holdings Bhd has bagged a contract worth RM66mil to develop a large-scale solar photovoltaic (LSSPV) plant in Perak from Grooveland Sdn Bhd.

    04 August 2021 | Source: New Straits Times
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​Ta Win Holdings Bhd is venturing new markets with its foray into the electric vehicle (EV) supply chain for its wire, cable and other related products.

    28 July 2021 | Source: Reuters
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    Shell would buy renewable energy retailer Inspire Energy Capital LLC, as the European major looks to expand its renewable power business in the United States.

    27 July 2021 | Source: Reuters
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​The Texas power grid operator on Monday forecast demand would reach a record high over the next week as homes and businesses crank up their air conditioners to escape a heatwave settling over the state.

    16 July 2021 | Source: The STAR Online
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​ The government will launch the National Energy Policy soon as a guide for the development of Malaysia’s energy sector.

    12 July 2021 | Source: The Malaysian Reserve Online
    Post Type: ONLINE NEWS

    ​​Sustainability awareness among Malaysian corporates is on par with other developing markets as the push for environmental, social and governance (ESG) efforts among stakeholders and investors.

    09 July 2021 | Source: The STAR
    Post Type: PRINTED NEWS

    ​PETRONAS has embarked on an initiative to deploy solar energy at the group’s assets across Malaysia to increase energy efficiency and reduce carbon emissions.