Thailand and Japan plan a biofuels project aimed at supporting Thailand’s energy security in the face of rising world demand for crude oil. Thailand’s National Science and Technology Development Agency and Japan's National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology will sign a memorandum of understanding in December to begin the program. A 5-year laboratory trial will launch in January, with the Japan International Cooperation Agency contributing ¥80 million ($872,000) ...
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