The Philippines’ Department of Energy (Filipino: Kagawaran ng Enerhiya), abbreviated as DOE is the executive department of the Philippine Government responsible for preparing, integrating, coordinating, supervising and controlling all plans, programs, projects and activities of the Government relative to energy exploration, development, utilization, distribution and conservation.
Petrosolve Sdn-Bhd is company registered in Malaysia, the company holds the patent rights to the SurePlus technology for enhanced oil recovery.
On September 8, 1969 PHINMA established Trans-Asia Oil And Energy Development Corporation, one of the country’s pioneers in the quest for indigenous energy resources.
Over the years, RSBA has established a reputation for high-quality professional services. Driven by strong performances, RSBA has grown phenomenally despite the challenging situation in the Philippines.
SGV & Co. is currently the Philippines’ largest multidisciplinary professional services firm with eight offices across the country. The Firm employs over 4,000 professionals from various disciplines delivering value-added services to over 5,000 esteemed clients.
SyCip Salazar Hernandez & Gatmaitan (SyCipLaw), founded in 1945, is the largest law firm in the Philippines.
BDO is a full-service universal bank in the Philippines. It has the ability to provide a complete array of industry-leading products and services including Lending (corporate, middle market, SME, and consumer), Deposit-taking, Foreign Exchange, Brokering, Trust and Investments, Credit Cards, Corporate Cash Management and Remittances in the Philippines.
China Banking Corporation (China Bank, stock symbol CHIB) is the first privately-owned local commercial bank in the Philippines.
Founded in September 5, 1962, Metropolitan Bank & Trust Co. (Metrobank) has since become the premier universal bank and among the foremost financial institutions in the Philippines.
Established on June 18, 1951, Security Bank, known then as the Security Bank and Trust Company, was the first private and Filipino-controlled Bank of the post-World War II period.
LISTED HOLDING COMPANY BASIC ENERGY CORP., TOGETHER WITH ITS PARTNER SOLMAX POWER LIMITED OF HONG KONG, WILL CARRY ON WITH ITS OVERSEAS SOLAR EXPANSION BEGINNING WITH JAPAN AFTER THE FORMER SIGNED THE INVESTMENT TERM SHEET AND REMITTED A REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT WORTH JP¥50M (ROUGHLY ₱22.74 M) “TO TRIGGER THE DUE DILIGENCE WORK.” Additionally, Basic Energy is…read more
MANILA, Philippines – Basic Energy Corp. will soon start due diligence on solar farms in Japan after remitting 50 million, or roughly P22.74 million, to Solmax Power Ltd. of Hong Kong. Basic Energy told the Philippine Stock Exchange it signed the investment term sheet and has remitted a refundable earnest deposit to Solmax to trigger…read more