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PTT Public Company Limited or former the state-owned Petroleum Authority of Thailand was established on December 29, 1978, under the Petroleum Authority of Thailand Act B.E. 1978 to operate petroleum and other related businesses.
In a wake of intensified market competition, the government envisioned a need of increasing role of privatization in energy industry. On September 25, 2001, the cabinet gave consent to transform assets of the Petroleum Authority of Thailand into equity capital. Upon its resolution, PTT Public Company Limited or simply PTT Plc (Thai: ปตท.) was founded whilst the Ministry of Finance have a share of 51 percent as the largest shareholder.
Later, PTT was corporatized into a public company limited under the Corporation Act B.E. 1999 via the establishment of PTT Plc. On October 1,2001, maintaining the status as a state enterprise under the supervision of Ministry of Energy.
PTT Public Company Limited, a Thai Premier multinational energy company, has conducted integrated energy and petrochemical business as the nation’s energy company with a balanced mission to equally respond to all stakeholders; country, community and society, shareholders, customers, business partners, and employees. PTT strives to provide various energy forms to serve the growing demand in every Thailand sector whereas the company operates its business in alignment with a sustainability by leading its business ideal of social, community, and environmental responsivity through fair treatment.
As a result, PTT has successfully strengthened the national energy security of Thailand for 40 years and remains committed to creating sustainable growth for all.
Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) is Thailand’s leading state-owned power utility under the Ministry of Energy, responsible for electricity generation and transmission as well as bulk electric energy sales. We own and operate different types of power plants that are located across the country with a total installed capacity of 15,763.83 MW (as of September 2018). We also control a high voltage transmission network whose length is 34,127.462 circuit-kilometers long (as of September 2018), covering all parts of the country.
Under Thailand’s electricity supply industry, EGAT purchases bulk electricity from private power producers and neighboring countries and sells wholesale electric energy to two distributing authorities, namely Metropolitan Electricity Authority (MEA) and Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA), a small number of direct industrial customers as well as neighboring utilities.
EGAT also engages in energy-related services businesses and expands, through the EGAT Group, our business and investment in electricity and other energy-related businesses at home and abroad.
EGAT’s vision is to “Innovate Power Solutions for a Better Life.” We also commit ourselves to be the country’s main organization to secure the power reliability and enhance competitiveness of the nation through innovation for Thai happiness.
For almost 50 years since the date of EGAT’s establishment on May 1, 1969, we have continued strengthening the energy system to meet the rising power demand in parallel with environmental management. Modern innovation has been applied in the development of electricity business of Thailand to bring the country to stability for the happiness of all Thais.
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The Centre for Energy Environment Resources Development (CEERD) was created under a Thai Foundation with an international orientation aiming to develop, promote and disseminate sustainable energy-environment concepts, international experiences and recommended practices.
The “2017 Global Go To Think Tank Index Report” by the University of Pennsylvania, United States, ranks CEERD twenty first over fifty-five global “Top Energy and Resource Policy Think Tanks”.
The Energy Research Institute (ERI) was established as an institute under Chulalongkorn University on April 18th, 1991 based on policy of the university to emphasize on research as equal to teaching and learning and also on addressing the energy issues after the world energy crisis in 1973 and 1979. At the beginning a committee on energy research was set up to identify and promote the research concerning energy issues. Later on it was developed to be the Energy and Training Center in 1982 and finally became the Energy Research Institute (ERI) in 1991.
Role of Thai society of boiler and pressure vessel engineers can describe as follows:
- Assess and analyze problems about boiler and pressure vessel in industry such as
- Design and build boiler and pressure vessel
- Operation, maintenance, and remaining life assessment of boiler and pressure vessel
- Combustion turning
- Steam system optimization
- Knowledge sharing for industry such as
- Boiler's laws which it is followed with department of industrial works
- Boiler and pressure vessel standard
- Seminar/training for engineer of interested people
- Encourage organization in field of boiler and pressure vessel
Moreover, we can also advice and solve problems about safety and environment.
The Thai Sugar and Bio-Energy Producers Association (TSEA) formally known as the Thai Sugar Manufacturing Association (TSMA) was established on September 6, 1971 by a group of sugar millers.
Our goals are to support producing and selling of sugar, assisting members to overcome their obstacles. Forging a close cooperation and strong tie among members are also our priority. Working closely with other private and public organizations to enhance our roles is one of our missions. Throughout 40 years of operation, the association has been representing members in working with government agencies to develop cane and sugar industries. Thailand is now the world second biggest sugar exporting nation after Brazil. TSEA won an Outstanding Trade Association award given by the Ministry of Commerce on 2006, 2014,2015 and 2016.
Amid current international businesses dynamism, Association’s members have extended their product lines to others including particle board, bio-fertilizer and more importantly electricity and ethanol. The move to substitute energy is in response to government’s policy of promoting the use of substitute energy to ease the country’s dependent on imported oil. Switching to ethanol, blending with gasoline, saves enormous amount of foreign reserve as well as generated income to rural families. To cope with challenges in the changing business environment, the association, on August 31, 2007, has changed the name to the Thai Sugar and Bio-Energy Producers Association (TSEA).
TSEA has 37 members.
Vision : Enhance services quality, Encourage competitiveness, Ensure sustainable growth and fairness to society.
1) Create understanding and good relations among members.
2) Develop services quality and efficiency to enhance competitiveness on the basis of sustainability and fairness.
3) Provide training on necessary subjects to members, staffs to raise their knowledge and efficiency.
4) Promote the practices of good governance among members.
5) Promote cooperation with other organizations both public and private to enhance their understanding of members’ lines of businesses.
6) Perform international trade activities as well as inform members on developments in this area.
7) Educate the public about cane and sugar industries, bio-energy and other related businesses.
The Association of Private Power Producers is a leading organization in the power industry that represent a group of good governance private power producers who have expertise and knowledge in power and energy business and share the same vision of driving for adequacy of energy supply, efficient use of energy and sustainable economy and social development.