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PTT to expand into non-oil business in 2012

BANGKOK, 22 February 2012 (NNT) – Thailand’s oil and gas giant has announced a plan to expand its presence into the asphalt business both locally and overseas in 2012. PTT Senior Executive Vice President Sarun Rungkasiri said on Tuesday that the current business environment has not allowed the company to make high profit. Mr. Sarun […]Read More

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Benzene, diesel and gasohol prices to be lowered tomorrow

BANGKOK, 3 February 2012 (NNT)-PTT Plc and Bangchak Petroleum Plc are set to lower prices of benzene, diesel and Gasohol by 30 satang per liter from tomorrow onward. PTT and Bangchak, two major state-owned oil retailers, have issued their announcement to cut prices for the benzene group by 30 satang a liter as well as […]Read More

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Truck drivers block Vibhavadi Road in Bangkok

Protesters blocked the frontage road of the outbound Vibhavadi-Rangsit Monday afternoon after their demand for the government to cancel the plan to increase NGV price is not met. Yu Jiayuenyongpong, chief advisor of the Central Transport Association of Thailand, said the association decided to block the road as part of the measure to pressure the […]Read More

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Bangkok Taxi Drivers Disperse from Area in Front of Government

Taxi drivers unhappy with the government’s plan to increase the prices of natural gas have agreed to call off their protest. The government has promised to issue them 4-months’ worth of discount coupons to help alleviate the financial burden of increased prices. Meanwhile, their cargo truck counterparts are still not satisfied with the government’s answer […]Read More

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Yingluck Shinawatra defends petrol price cut policy

Thailand’s Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has defended the sharp cut in petrol and diesel prices amid worries over the effect on gasohol sales and production. The measure, which has slashed the diesel price by three baht a litre and 91 and 95 octane petrol by between seven and eight baht, is an initial step to […]Read More

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Thailand petrol, diesel prices slashed from today

Prices at the pump in Thailand will tumble by as much as eight baht a litre today after the government gave the green light for a measure slashing contributions by refineries to the State Oil Fund. Energy Minister Pichai Naripthaphan said contributions and value-added tax have been cut by three baht a litre for diesel, […]Read More

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PTT increases oil prices in Thailand

BANGKOK, 4 April 2011 (NNT) – Domestic oil retailer and refinery PTT Plc has increased retail oil prices by 50 satang per liter for all products across the board except for E85, which will be increased by 30 satang, from today at 05.00 hrs onwards. Retail oil prices in Bangkok and vicinities are as follows: […]Read More

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Thai Airways supports renewable energy instead of diesel

BANGKOK, 30 March 2011 (NNT)-President of Thai Airways International PCL Dr. Piyasawat Amaranand said the government should let the market mechanism determine the fuel prices while encouraging the use of renewable energy in the country by advising related agencies to cancel the sales of benzene 91 across Thailand. Dr. Piyasawat said the government’s efforts in […]Read More