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Gulf Energy, Hin Kong Power granted licences to import LNG
May 22. 2020
By THE NATION
Energy producer Gulf Energy Development Plc is expected to start importing liquefied natural gas (LNG) in the fourth quarter of this year, chief financial officer Yupapin Wangviwat said.
According to the company’s filing to the Stock Exchange of Thailand on Thursday (May 21), the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) has approved the company’s LNG shipping licence for up to 300,000 tonnes per year. Gulf Energy Development will supply the LNG to 19 small power producers under its group to produce electricity and steam for industrial customers.
The ERC has also given Hin Kong Power Holding Co Ltd (HKH), in which Gulf Energy Development holds a 49-per-cent stake, a licence to import up to 1.4 million tonnes of LNG per year. This shipment will be used for power production by the Hin Kong Power Project, which has a capacity of 1,400 megawatts.
The project, located in Ratchaburi province, is expected to commence commercial operation in 2024 and 2025. The HKH’s LNG shipping license will lower the cost of LNG for Hing Kong Power Project and subsequently lower the price of electricity in the country.
Meanwhile, the Energy Policy and Planning Office (EPPO) is conducting data analysis in a move to promote and restructure competition in the natural gas sector that fits with the current situation, EPPO’s director-general Wattanapong Kurovat said.
EPPO is also waiting for the ERC to evaluate the impact the import of LNG by the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (Egat) has had on the cost of electricity. The office will take this evaluation into account when drawing up a new competition structure in the gas sector.
He added that the picture of the new competition structure will become clearer in the second half of this year where there are new shippers of gas in the market apart from the current main players like PTT Plc and Egat.
Finance Ministry 'to sell 3 per cent of THAI stake to Vayupak Fund 1'
May 23. 2020
By THE NATION
The Ministry of Finance will sell a part of its stake in Thai Airways International Plc (THAI) following the Cabinet’s resolution to reduce its shareholding to less than 50 per cent and end THAI's status as a state emterprise, the State Enterprise Policy Committee (SEPC) said.
“The Ministry of Finance notified the Securities and Exchange Commission [SEC], the Ministry of Transport and THAI on Friday [May 22],” SEPC director Prapas Kong-led said on Friday. “THAI will later have to notify the Stock Exchange of Thailand of its share status and that it is no longer a state enterprise, although the SEC may not officially declare this immediately.”
27 drought-hit provinces named disaster zones
May 22. 2020
By THE NATION
The Interior Ministry’s Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation has named 27 provinces as disaster zones due to severe drought and is mobilising agencies to provide immediate relief through measures such as digging wells, pumping water, building tanks and distributing water among residents.
Monton Sudprasert, the department’s director general, said that from October 17, 2019 to May 22, 165 districts in 29 provinces were hit by drought.
“However, Uttaradit and Kalasin are no longer facing drought, which has reduced the disaster zones to 27 provinces, 160 districts and 7,444 villages,” he said.
Of the drought-hit provinces, eight are in the North, namely Chiang Rai, Phayao, Nan, Sukhothai, Phetchabun, Chiang Mai, Phitsanulok and Tak; nine in the Northeast, namely Nong Khai, Bueng Kan, Nakhon Phanom, Sakon Nakhon, Maha Sarakham, Nakhon Ratchasima, Buri Ram, Chaiyaphum and Si Sa Ket; nine are in the Central region and East, namely Nakhon Sawan, Uthai Thani, Chai Nat, Kanchanaburi, Suphanburi, Chachoengsao, Prachinburi, Chanthaburi and Chonburi, while one is in the South, namely Songkhla.
In line with the severe water shortage, the department has been campaigning for each sector to use water economically and is urging farmers to make adjustments according to the situation. People suffering from drought can call 1784 any time of the day or night for immediate assistance.
A source from the Ministry of Finance revealed that the ministry would sell 3 per cent of its shares in THAI to Vayupak Fund 1, which is jointly managed by Krungthai Asset Management Plc and MFC Asset Management Plc. This will lower the ministry’s shareholding in THAI from 51.03 per cent to 48 per cent and free THAI of state enterprise regulations which should facilitate the rehabilitation plan.
According to SET data as of April 1, the five major shareholders of THAI are:
▪︎ Ministry of Finance, holding 1,113,931,061 shares or 51.03 per cent
▪︎ Vayupak Fund 1 under MFC Asset Management Plc, holding 165,037,582 shares or 7.56 per cent.
▪︎ Vayupak Fund 1 under Krungthai Asset Management Plc, holding 165,037,582 shares or 7.56 per cent
▪︎ Thai NVDR Co Ltd, holding 71,645,528 shares or 3.28 per cent
▪︎ Government Savings Bank, holding 46,409,885 shares or 2.13 per cent
Saturday, March 23, 2020