Thailand expanding, integrating gas and electric power sectors

How Thailand is developing its gas grid [185878 bytes] The Atwood Falcon semisubmersible flares gas during testing of Carigali-Triton Operating Co.'s 1 Suriya discovery on Block A-18 in the Malaysia-Thailand Joint Development Area. Photo by Ian Lloyd, Black Star, courtesy of Triton Energy Corp. Thailand is pressing expansion and integration of its natural gas and electric power grids. The kingdom's efforts are intended to leverage its position as an energy player in Southeast Asia, broaden its horizons via privatization, and generate needed revenue. Gas from the Gulf of Thailand will be a focal point in bolstering Thailand's economy for years to come. At the same...

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