The Ministry of Commerce, the Ministry of Economy and Finance, and the Ministry of Mines and Energy, issued an Inter-ministerial Prakas on the Formula to Determine the Retail Price of Gasoline in Cambodia, dated March 22, 2022. (Source: Ministry of Commerce, Ministry of Economy and Finance, and Ministry of Mines and Energy)
The Royal Government of Cambodia issued a Sub-decree on the Organization and Functioning of the Ministry of Mines and Energy, dated October 31, 2018. (Source: Royal Government of Cambodia, Ministry of Mines and Energy)
The Ministry of Mines and Energy issued Prakas No. 0126 on the Control of Import and Use of Radioactive Substance and Radioactive Source (0126/0421) dated on 01 April 2021 (Source: Ministry of Mines and Energy).
The ministry has entrusted the responsibility of managing and collecting revenue from granting license and transactional fine to the municipal and provincial department of mines and energy.
The ministry aims to maximize the price of mineral exports in order to improve the economy by setting basic principles in product evaluation before exporting, and determining conditions of the authorization to export mineral products. Mineral products can be exported under such conditions as: The long and short-term socio-economic benefits are greater than local treatment […]
As one of the reform agendas in Extractive Industry, Ministry of Mine and Energy officially launched Extractive Industry Governance Forum (EIGF) on January 31, 2017. EIGF is a platform aims at promoting a multi-stakeholder dialogue in policy and governance of the extractive sector in Cambodia. Multi-stakeholders including government, industry and civil society are allowed to […]
Cambodia’s new mining law is on track for adoption by the end of this year and will introduce a raft of reforms to the sector although the country’s mining tax will likely remain the same. It will add on to the existing Law on Mineral Resource Management and Exploitation from 2001. The law aims to […]
In response to a series of petrol fires and explosions that damaged property and claimed lives, as part of a new safety initiative, MME will require all petrol station owners to present a certificate acknowledging that their businesses follow risk-prevention protocols. Large fuel stations that handle more than 200 liters of petrol are required to […]
The Ministry of Mines and Energy began studying and preparing regulations relevant to oil price management in Cambodia as a mean to set changing prices of gasoline in accordance with that on the international markets. Phnom Penh Post, 28 January 2015
Cambodia’s first formal artisanal mining community has been established in Mondulkiri province as part of ongoing government efforts to legalize the activities of small-scale miners. Phnom Penh Post, 28 April 2015