The People’s Committee of Quang Ngai province has approved the excavation of a wrecked ancient ship that was recently discovered in the central province’s Dung Quat Economic Zone.
ExxonMobil Corporation from the US is completing the geological survey and build the design of the pipeline installation, aiming to conduct the construction of the onshore infrastructure of the Blue Whale (Ca Voi Xanh) gas-to-power complex located in Quang Nam and Quang Ngai.
VOV.VN - Located in an important position in the central region’s economic hub, Quang Nam has many potentials and advantages in natural and human resources for economic development, especially tourism services.
The Vietnam National Petroleum Group (Petrolimex) signed an agreement with the Binh Son Refinery and Petrochemical Co Ltd (BSR) on August 10 on cooperation in boosting sales of petrol products produced by Dung Quat Refinery.
VOV.VN - Postal and logistics companies have set their sights on the growing middle class of Vietnam, a market they view as the next e-commerce battleground in Southeast Asia, experts have said.
Due to a shortage in supply of a new eco-friendly fuel, drivers in Vietnam are finding it hard to follow a new rule requiring them to refill their cars with petrol that meets the Euro 4 exhaust emission standard.
The State-owned Binh Son Refinery and Petrochemical Company Limited (BSR) has completed the overall plan for the upgrade and expansion of the Dung Quat Oil Refinery.
The Vietnam National Oil and Gas Group (PVN) has exported 355 million tonnes of crude oil, worth US$145 billion, since the shipment of its first barrel from Bach Ho field in April 1987.
Binh Son Refining and Petrochemical Company Limited (BSR), which owns the $3-billion Dung Quat Oil Refinery, reported positive business results in the first half of 2017 and revealed its plans for an IPO.
Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Hoang Quoc Vuong said the government might allow the Vietnam Oil and Gas Group (PVN) to agree to bankruptcy proceedings for some of its projects during a meeting on July 7.
The Binh Son Refinery and Petrochemical Company Limited (BSR),which runs the Dung Quat oil refinery, has received the certifications of top 10 Quality Assurance System 2017 and the Quality Brands Outstanding 2017.
The Binh Son Oil Refinery Co Ltd (BSR) was honoured with the National Environment Award 2017 by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment for applying effective solutions in production and business activities, and in environmental protection.
Vietnam’s first oil refinery operator Binh Son Refinery and Petrochemical Co Ltd (BSR) has planned its domestic initial public offering (IPO) with 5-6 percent of its capital in the fourth quarter of the year.
Dung Quat College of Technology in the central coastal province of Quang Ngai launched high-quality vocational training courses at European standards in 2016 to meet demand in the labour market and for international integration.
With the fish death disaster caused by wastewater dumped by a steel plant into the waters off central Vietnam still fresh in the minds of citizens, administrators in a province housing a paper mill are worried about giving history the opportunity to repeat itself.
Higher fuel quality requirements have perplexed Vietnam’s major oil refineries.
VOV.VN - The Japanese Electric Power Development Co (J-Power) has submitted Quang Ngai provincial leaders its plan to construct a 4,400MW thermal power plant at Dung Quat Economic Zone in the central province.
Investment firm Sovico Holdings is in talks with the Binh Son Refining and Petrochemical Company (BSR Co Ltd) on exploiting opportunities arising out of the latter’s equitisation process.
The Vietnam National Oil and Gas Group (PetroVietnam) and the Long Son Petrochemical Complex (LSP) on March 29, signed a joint venture contract and a capital transfer contract between LSP’s foreign partners – Qatar’s Petroleum International Vietnam (QPIV) and Siam Cement Group of Thailand.
The proposal on the application of Euro 4 emission standards as of March 31, 2017 made by the Ministry of Transport (MoT) may become a barrier to domestic automakers, while promoting imported products.