Thailand lapses into navel gazing – Consulus comments on NewsBase

Feb 19, 2016 | English, News & Updates, Thailand

According to NewsBase, The Thai government’s decision to hire consultants to advise it on how the country’s energy sector can best weather the global oil price collapse is only likely to lead to greater industry indecision this year.

Lawrence Chong, CEO and co-founder of Consulus, told NewsBase that excessive government intervention was not good for the oil and gas sector but added that, given the global industry’s current crisis and the uncertain near-term future of the government, there seemed to be little other choice.

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