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Map Ta Phut concerns refuse to fade away

By Malini Hariharan

Companies with projects at Thailand’s Map Ta Phut must have heaved a sigh of relief last week after the Administrative court ruled that 74 out of 76 suspended projects could move ahead after completing health impact assessment …

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Map Ta Phut issue drags on

By Malini Hariharan

The Thai government is doing all it can to quickly resolve the Map Ta Phut crisis but full operations at PTT Chem’s new cracker is likely only in early 2011.

Feedstock ethane for the 1m tonnes/year cracker …

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PTT merger delayed yet again and Map Ta Phut tops new minister’s agenda

By Malini Hariharan

A merger of PTT Aromatics and Refinery (PTTAR) and IRPC has once again been postponed to early next year due to concerns about legal issues and the business outlook, reports to Bangkok Post.

The legal concerns relate …

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Map Ta Phut pressure mounts

By Malini Hariharan

PTT Chem is likely to miss its revenue growth target of 20% this year because of the Map Ta Phut crisis.

The company had set a 2010 revenue target of about Baht100bn (US$3bn), up from Baht80bn in …

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Map Ta Phut impasse continues

By Malini Hariharan

There is no light yet for companies whose projects have been suspended at Map Ta Phut. Last Friday, Thailand’s Central Administrative Court rejected 30 petitions submitted by companies looking to resume work as their projects had received …

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Map Ta Phut work stops but no clarity on when crisis will be resolved.

By Malini Hariharan

Companies executing projects at Map Ta Phut in Thailand have finally received a notice from the government to stop construction work. The notice comes after the Thai Supreme court’s ruling in early December to suspend 65 projects …

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Map Ta Phut projects – work has not stopped

By Malini Hariharan

I have been trying to get some clarity on what is happening at Map Ta Phut and what companies are planning to do.

Construction activity has not yet stopped despite the Supreme Court ruling last week which …

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Thai Start-ups: What A Muddle

 

A real head scratcher……

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By John Richardson

Confused? Sorry, but so far we cannot be of much help bringing any precision to what the implications of Thailand’s Supreme Court ruling will mean for …

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Thai Start-up Delays On Court Ruling: The Details

The Thai Supreme Court’s decision to uphold a September injunction halting development of $12bn of petrochemical and power projects could affect the on-schedule start-up of capacities of a large amount of petrochemicals capacity.

Note the word could because, despite the …

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Don’t count on Thai project delays

I have been digging a little deeper into the Map Ta Phut issue and it looks like expectations of major delays to projects at the site were a little premature.

Construction has not stopped despite a ruling by Thailand’s Central …

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