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Thailand Delays Decision on Power Purchase From Pak Beng Dam

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When:Mar 13
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The Mekong River in Laos, near the site of the Pak Beng Dam International Rivers 13 March 2018: In mid February, the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) issued a letter to the Rak [...]

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