Thailand

Thailand Oil Plan 2015-2036

Executive
Plan
Passed in 2015
The Thailand Oil Plan 2015 -2036 is a long-term plan to support fossil fuel management in line with the goals of the Energy efficiency plan and Alternative energy development plan (AEDP 2015), while taking into account the environment and potential risks to the country's energy security.

The Plan, which also covers natural gas management, sets five key management principles and details each with proposed measures:
 
  1. Support measures to save fuel in the transportation sector


  1. Promote optimal type of fuel according to uses


  1. Restructuring prices of fuel to reflect cost of pollution, road damage and other externalities


  1. Enhance ethanol and biodiesel consumption


  1. Encourage investment in the fuel infrastructure



 
 
 
 


Documents
from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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