Thailand and Cambodia to start talks on the energy-rich area in the Gulf of Thailand on February 7

Thailand and Cambodia are set to hold talks on 7 February regarding a disputed energy-rich area in the Gulf of Thailand. The Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Affairs Minister of Thailand, ParnpreeBahiddhaNukara, announced that discussions on the overlapping claim area (OCA) will be on the ...

Khmer Times Staff

ODA oil, gas field talks progress: report

Senior Cambodian and Thai officials are reportedly discussing a joint development area (JDA) for oil and gas exploration within the 26,000sq km Overlapping Claims Area (OCA) – estimated to hold up to 500 million barrels of oil and gas deposits under the seafloor – in ...

May Kunmakara

Calls for resolution to overlapping claims between Thailand and Cambodia gains momentum

Momentum is growing for the resumption of long delayed talks between Thailand Cambodia on joint petroleum exploration in the Gulf of Thailand, after the two countries showed interest in oushing ahead with the project. ...

Khmer Times Staff

New talks to end Overlapping Claims Area petroleum riches by Thailand and Cambodia

Thailand is scheduled to hold talks with Cambodia over a 26,000 sq kilometers overlapping claims area (OCA) estimated to hold up to 500 million barrels of oil and gas deposits under the sea floor. ...

Khmer Times Staff

Talks on disputed oil fields to resume

Negotiations on oil and gas development over the long-contested Overlapping Claims Area (OCA) in the Gulf of Thailand between Cambodia and Thailand will be resumed shortly after the viral pandemic ends, according to a Ministry of Mine and Energy’s official. ...

Sorn Sarath

Gov’t forms OCA committee

Thailand and Cambodia are edging closer to rekindling negotiations over the long-contested, and presumably lucrative, Overlapping Claims Area (OCA) in the Gulf of Thailand. State-owned media, Agence Kampuchea Presse (AKP), yesterday reported that the Cambodian government had established a committee charged with negotiating the development of ...

Eddie Morton

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