The gov’t says the extractive industry is on course to become a main economic pillar.
The NA approves the latest draft of the Law on Oil and Oil Production Management.
Supreme Consultative Council steps in over a sand dredging operation study request.
Energy Minister requests the Vietnamese government supply more electricity.
Mine and Energy Minister Suy Sem today requested the Vietnamese government supply more electricity to help address a current shortage in the Kingdom.
The local solar sector is luring an increasing number of investors every year.
Mines and Environment ministry officials yesterday inspected a Chinese mining firm in Mondolkiri province in the wake of a poisoning case that left 13 villagers dead in Kratie province.
Mines Minister Suy Sem yesterday ordered mining operators to follow the law to prevent mining waste from polluting rivers in the wake of more than 10 villagers dying from consuming tainted water in Kratie province.
Mines Minister Suy Sem has dismissed a claim by Industry Minister Cham Prasidh, who said that villagers in Kratie province were poisoned and killed by cyanide-tainted water due to run-off from gold mines.
A new exploration agreement in the Apsara oilfield is signed.
The government subsidised $51 million worth of electricity across the country in 2017 in a bid to bring down the price of electricity for low-income households, according to the Minister of Mines and Energy.
In 2017, the government spent $51 million subsidising electricity tariffs in a bid to help low-income households have affordable electricity. This subsidy was under the government’s preferential plan on electricity tariffs 2015-2020, a senior official…
A new vegetable market in Pursat city will pave the way for chemical-free vegetables to be marketed in the province.