Vietnam forecast to face net imports of crude oil

Vietnam’s self-sufficiency for crude oil could come to an end due to exploitation that could turn the country into a net importer of crude oil for the first time, experts warned.According to analysts from the Fitch Solutions Macro Research, crude oil production in Vietnam would continue to drop over the ...

PM approves planning on mineral exploration, exploitation

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has approved a planning scheme on exploring, exploiting, processing and using tin, wolfram and antimony by 2025 with a vision towards 2035. Keep reading ...

VNA Reporter

HCM City plans to reduce exploitation of groundwater

Ho Chi Minh City’s authorities plan to reduce the exploitation of groundwater from now to 2025 to prevent land subsidence and protect residents’ health.Keep reading ...

VNA Reporter

Mineral exploitation needs to protect environment

Mineral exploitation may have contributed to economic development of northern mountainous Hà Giang Province over the past years but it has also caused serious problems to the environment and social life of local people, the Vietnam News Agency reports.   Keep reading ...

VNS Reporter

VN struggling to protect water resources

Việt Nam is struggling to find solutions, especially ‘green’ solutions to address challenges in water resources management with environmental damage, climate change and unsustainable water exploitation driving the water-related crisis.Keep reading ...

VNS Reporter

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