Philippines Energy

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While the nickel rush brought about by the commodity price spike in 2006-08 has largely subsided, nickel mining remains by far the largest metallic commodity by weight and value produced in the Philippines.

How can the Philippines encourage the development of more downstream and value-added activities within its mining sector?

As attention swirls around the renewable energy push and political haymakers are thrown over the future of oil and gas deposits in the West Philippine Sea, proven and reliable coal quietly maintains its place as the country’s single-most-utilised fuel source. Cheaply and plentifully available in the Philippines, coal was responsible for generating...

Strong demand for oil and gas, particularly in rapidly growing Asian economies, means that finding and securing new sources of hydrocarbons is more important than ever. And with prices remaining strong, the stakes for countries competing for new energy supplies have never been higher. The Philippines’ efforts to boost domestic oil and gas production...

How can the Philippines further progress towards its stated aspiration of self-sufficiency in energy?

What is your outlook for the evolution of the power mix in the Philippines in the coming years?

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