Ministry of Energy helped flood victims in the southern part of Thailand by distributing survival kits and setting up a maintenance group for electric appliances checking and fixing, emphasis on fast service and safety measure.
Ministry of Energy, in association with Chantaburi province, launched a mangrove forest project “global warming reduction for the King”, which covers total area of 9,781 Rais. Mr.Suwat Lippatapanlop, former Deputy Prime Minister, as a advisor to the president of the committees for a project initiated to celebrating the 60th anniversary of His Majesty the King's coronation, chaired the opening ceremony of a project “global warming reduction for the King” at the Mangrove Development Station 2, Ban Tha S
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November 18, 2010 at the Ministry of Energy
Ministry of Energy gathered up 14 CEOs from major automobile companies around the world to declare the use of only one grade of B5 diesel, starting at the beginning of 2011. The ministry insisted that there is no problem concerning the raw material for B5 diesel production and the quality.
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October 26, 2010 Ministry of Energy
Dr. Wannarat Charnnukul, MD., Energy Minister, chaired the ceremony of the giving of 100,000 liters of fuel to the First Army Area for the use in assisting flood victims. The fuel was contributed, through the flood victim help center of Ministry of Energy, by the oil companies under the supervision of Ministry of Energy, including the Petroleum Authority of Thailand Company Limited (PPT) and the Bangchak Petroleum Public Company Limited.
October 27th, 2010, Intercontinental Hotel, Bangkok Ministry of Energy and Asia-Pacific Energy Research Center (APERC) jointly organized an international seminar on “Energy and Climate Change in APEC 2010”. About 200 representatives from government agencies, embassies, business and academic sectors participated in the event.
The Deputy Permanent Secretary of Energy, Mr.Norkhun Sitthipong, received 2,000,000 Baht- flood donation from Mrs.Pornthipa Chinvetkitvanit , Executive Vice President and Ms. Yupapin Wangviwat , Chief Financial Officer of the Gulf JP Company Limited for helping the flood victims through the flood victims help center of Ministry of Energy.
by Staff WritersCollege Park MD (SPX) Mar 04, 2010
Gas money for your tank doesn't grow on trees, but one day you might be filling up with fuel that does. A team of researchers at the University of Maryland, College Park, and Bowie State University is working on ways to turn poplar trees into high-yield crops for biofuels including ethanol, the renewable biofuel used in gasoline blends and flex-fuel vehicles.
ScienceDaily (Mar. 4, 2010) — Yields of biodiesel from oilseed crops such as safflower could be increased by up to 24 percent using a new process developed by chemists at UC Davis.