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2Do Netherlands

89 Laan van Meerdervoort,
2517 AT, The Hague,
The Netherlands

T: +31.70.388 59 65

F: +31.70.388 59 64

E: 2do@2Dobiz.co

W: http://www.2dobiz.co/

2Do Vietnam

No. 26/55 Do Quang str., 
Cau Giay dist., Hanoi

T: +84.24.3.553 54 86

F: +84.24.3.553 94 24

E: hanoi@2dobiz.co

W: www.2dobiz.co

Energy

In the morning of September 9, Vung Ro Refinery and Petrochemical Plant – A large industrial project with  the latest in state-of-the-art technologies in the world has been officially broken...More...
In October Howden Thomassen Compressors (HTC) received an order for the delivery of six compressors - four C-85.4 hydrogen make-up units with motor power of 8,100 kW and two C-45.2...More...
Thai energy company PTT has joined with Saudi Aramco, the world's biggest oil producer, to submit a proposal to the Vietnamese government to build a $22 billion refinery and petrochemical...More...
Ten investors are seeking approval for biomass power projects with an average capacity of 10 MW each, according to the Vietnam Institute of Energy under the Ministry of Industry and...More...
Vietnam Oil & Gas Group Chief Executive Do Van Hau said the company may reach an agreement by next year with Exxon Mobil Corp. (XOM:US) on a $10 billion natural...More...
The first phase of PetroVietnam’s biggest project yet, Nam Con Son 2 Gas Pipeline in Ba Ria-Vung Tau province, is set to come on-line by mid next year, the Vietnam...More...
Vietnam and the Netherlands signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on energy, in the Hague in 2011, creating a firm legal framework for bilateral cooperation in this field. Effective implementation...More...
A Vietnam-Netherlands energy forum was held in Hanoi on June 17 as part of Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte’s visit to Vietnam. Addressing the event, Deputy Minister of Industry and...More...
HANOI – On June 17, 2014, the Netherlands-Vietnam energy forum was held in Hanoi.  The forum discussed the effective implementation of a 2011 memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed between the...More...
RANGOON — Burma’s Ministry of Energy on Wednesday announced that it has awarded international firms, mostly from Western nations, 20 areas in its waters to explore for oil and gas....More...