Pichai Naripthaphan

BANGKOK, Jan 17 - Thailand's Administrative Court on Monday night rejected a request from the civil sector asking the court to issue an injunction against the Oct 4 cabinet resolution to raise the price of Natural Gas for Vehicles (NGV) and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG),...
Transport operators protesting NGV fuel price hike at PTT disperse BANGKOK, Jan 10 -- Transport operators who gathered at the PTT headquarters on Vibhavadi Road to protest the natural gas for vehicles (NGV) price hike dispersed about 7pm Monday after the government agreed to set up...
BANGKOK, Jan 9 --  Transport entrepreneurs protested at two locations in the capital on Monday against the cabinet resolution to raise the price of natural gas for vehicles (NGV) by Bt6/kg within a year.
Thailand and Cambodia are to establish a working group to facilitate cooperation for the Stung Num hydropower plant and a coal-fired power plant on Koh Kong after both countries agreed on electricity sharing.
PHNOM PENH, Dec 30 - Thailand and Cambodia are to establish a working group to facilitate cooperation for the Stung Num hydropower plant and a coal-fired power plant on Koh Kong after both countries agreed on electricity sharing.
BANGKOK, Dec 21 - PTT Exploration and Production Plc, (PTTEP) has won its bids for two onshore oil blocks in Myanmar, Thai Energy Minister Pichai Naripthaphan said Wednesday after he met his Myanmar counterpart U Than Htay on Tuesday.
Lists of prevention and rehabilitation plans have been constantly rolled out like the current flood waves flowing from the North to hit parts of Thailand. The latest one of all plans was initiated on 30 October 2011 by Yingluck Shinawatra's government at Energy Complex Building,...

NEPC pins NGV, LPG prices until next year

Saturday, 01 October 2011 15:28
BANGKOK, 30 September 2011  – The National Energy Policy Committee (NEPC) has resolved to peg the prices of natural gas for vehicle (NGV) and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) until next year while approving a 10-bn-THB loan for restoring the Oil Fund’s liquidity. 
BANGKOK, Sept 29 - Thai Energy Minister Pichai Naripthaphan on Thursday said Thailand is confident that its dispute over an oil spill at the Montara Field in the Timor Sea off Australia's northern coast in 2009 will soon be settled.
BANGKOK, 23 September 2011  – The Ministry of Energy is planning to ask the National Energy Policy Committee (NEPC) to continue pinning the prices of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) and natural gas for vehicle (NGV) until year end.
BANGKOK, 21 September 2011  - Energy Minister Pichai Naripthaphan has held a bilateral talk with Cambodia during ASEAN Ministers on Energy Meeting (AMEM) at Brunei Darussalam.
BANGKOK, 2 September 2011  – Energy Minister Pichai Naripthaphan has tasked the Energy Policy and Planning Office (EPPO) with studying the whole structure of the country’s energy prices to make sure that restructuring will be recognized by the general public.

Energy minister working on energy credit card

Thursday, 01 September 2011 10:30
BANGKOK, 31 August 2011  – Energy Minister Pichai Naripthaphan is working on energy price restructuring to reflect the global energy prices, and on energy credit cards to help shoulder the burden of low-income earners. 
BANGKOK, 30 August 2011  – The Committee on Energy Policy Administration (CEPA) has decided to adjust the Oil Fund levies on Gasohol 95, 91 and E20 with an aim to keep their prices lower than benzene. 

PM: Govt to bring living cost down further

Wednesday, 31 August 2011 08:47
BANGKOK, 30 August 2011  – Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has promised that the government will try to bring living cost down after it has cut oil prices. However, she confirms that the government will still support people to use gasohol.
BANGKOK, 26 August 2011  – The Committee on Energy Policy Administration (CEPA) has resolved to decrease the collection towards the Oil Fund from Benzene 95, Benzene 91 and diesel, causing their prices to fall tomorrow.
BANGKOK, 14 August 2011 - The Suan Dusit Poll revealed that the majority of respondents were satisfied with newly endorsed Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra while disappointed with new Foreign Minister, Surapong Tovichakchaikul, and Deputy Commerce Minister, Siriwat Kachornprasart.