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Capturing the Wealth from Vietnam’s Energy Resources

Over the last two decades, Vietnam has emerged as an important regional producer of crude oil, natural gas, and coal. The exploration of these resources has taken place mostly since the country’s independence and reunification, when many important deposits have been discovered and exploration activities boosted. In 1987 the Law on Foreign Investment also opened the door for foreign investors in the mineral exploration sector and production of key energy resources such as crude oil, natural gas, and coal have rapidly increased overtime.

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Source: VNEP, September, 2010
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