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Thailand sets its sights on larger LNG share

Date:
16 July 2019
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Note: This article was originally published in Petroleum Economist on 16 July 2019. ERIA’s research finding on energy was featured.

Thailand's newly elected coalition government, heading by former junta leader General Prayut Cham-o-cha, will look to significantly lift the proportion of natural gas in the country's energy mix, following the cabinet's approval of the amended Power Development Plan (PDP) at the end of April. (Read the full article by using the link above).

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