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Visayas Director

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DOE 7 Director Antonio ..., 11 June 2014 [cached]
DOE 7 Director Antonio Labios hopes each LGU would do its part in disseminating information against refilling tin canisters with butane.
Labios said buyers cannot entirely be blamed because they are only after what's cheap.
DOE Visayas Director Antonio ..., 25 May 2014 [cached]
DOE Visayas Director Antonio Labios said that all the power plants from Leyte, Cebu and Panay that underwent emergency maintenance last week have already resumed operation over the weekend.
He said that starting yesterday, only Unit 2 of the Cebu Energy Development Corp. in Toledo City, with a capacity of 82 megawatt (mw), is under emergency maintenance operation.
However, Labios said the reduction of 82mw in the CNP grid cannot affect power supply in Cebu because any shortage can be replaced by a supply from the Luzon grid.
During the power summit organized by ..., 9 June 2012 [cached]
During the power summit organized by the Freedom from Debt Coalition (FDC) Cebu on Friday, DOE Regional Director Antonio Labios said the Visayas grid needs a total additional capacity of 2,000 megawatts (MW) starting 2015 and in the next 15 years.
For 2015 alone, Labios said Visayas needs an additional 100 MW based on DOE's power supply and demand outlook.
Labios said there is a strong demand for power in the Visayas considering the increasing number of malls, business establishments and residential areas.
"Now until 2014, we still have ample supply of power but 2015 and onwards is really critical," he said.
In the Visayas, Labios said Friday, the projected growth in the demand for power is 4.55 percent each year, that's why new power generation sources are needed to prevent rotating brownouts.
From January to May this year alone, the maximum power demand in the Visayas grid, Labios said, was 1,437 MW.
This reflected an increase of nearly four percent compared to the maximum power demand recorded in the same period last year, which was 1,386 MW.
Speaking during the summit Friday, Labios said the existing power plants are already expanding their operations but can only cover the additional power needed starting from last year until 2014, or about 232 MW.
Labios said they are running energy investment forums to encourage stakeholders, particularly in the private sector, to pour in more investments to the energy sector and establish more power plants.
Labios said there is already a private entity based in Korea that has expressed interest to invest in a solar power plant that has a capacity of 70 MW.
But Labios said everything is still at the proposal stage.
There are other entities, whom he did not name, who have expressed intent to build power plants. "However, these are not committed yet, meaning there are no financial closures. They are indicative projects that we really hope nga madayon (these will push through)," he said.
"We are hoping that these projects will proceed to satisfy the additional power requirements," he added.
The Bohol Standard Online Edition, 26 Jan 2014 [cached]
This is the question that DOE-7 Regional Director Antonio Labios is trying to find out during his visit to Gov.
Labios and DOE Team are currently conducting a survey in Bohol following reports that fuel prices are again in its all-time high. Gov. Chatto said that he and Cong.
TO VALIDATE REPORTS that fuel prices in Bohol have risen to intolerable levels, Department of Energy (DOE) Region-7 Director Antonio Labios paid a visit to the office of Gov.
Labios said that his office has been receiving reports from several sources that oil prices in Bohol have reached an all-time high of being P12 per liter higher than those in other provinces in the region.
Department of Energy (DOE) ..., 3 Mar 2014 [cached]
Department of Energy (DOE) Visayas Director Antonio Labios sat in on both meetings.
Labios said the test flow will determine the commercial viability of the discovered oil.
Before the firm receives a service contract from DOE, Labios said it has to comply with the technical and financial requirement.
He said Gas2Grid was issued a service contract in 2004. The contract expired in January, and the firm received a one-year extension to conduct the test flow, Labios said.
He said the Australian firm can probably finish the test flow in a span of three months.
Labios said both firms assured the governor that both activities (oil drilling and test flow) will have no harmful effect on the environment.
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