Vietnam has always considered fostering the comprehensive relationship with Japan as one of the top priorities laid down her external policy, Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has stated.
Although Vietnam initially decided to build only three oil refineries, two are about to be built and others are under construction, while several more are awaiting licenses.
A US$3.2 billion oil refinery project of the UK Technostar Management Ltd in Vung Ro is set to get off the ground in central Phu Yen province on September 9.
PetroVietnam and Rosneft will establish a joint venture company to explore and exploit two oil wells at Pechora Sea, north-west of Russia, which have a combined geological reserve of 1 billion tonnes and a recoverable reserve of...
Central coastal provinces are, to a certain extent, trapped by underdevelopment and poverty as well as poor infrastructure and economic connections, Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc told the Central Region Economic Forum on...
Vietnamese child pianists win prizes in ThailandYoung pianists Dang Thai Vu and Nguyen Ba Duy Anh won two prizes at the 4th Mozart International Piano Competition held in Bangkok, Thailand from July 21-24.
Tran Le Dong has been a part of the nation's oil and gas industry since its inception and played a major role in its development.
Massive injections of wastewater from the oil and gas industry are likely to have triggered a sharp rise in earthquakes in the state of Oklahoma.
Executives from several leading UK companies in the oil and gas services industry will begin a five-day visit to Vietnam on June 23 to seek investment opportunities.
Representatives from American oil and gas conglomerate ExxonMobil have expressed hope that their projects in Vietnam will achieve success, bringing benefits for both countries.