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PTT/BCP DATE OF CHANGESULG91UGR9591 E1095 E1095 E8595 E20HSDHSD B5Diesel PalmNGV
05 JAN 2012 05:0035.7732.7434.4921.4231.7429.398.5
07 JAN 2012 05:0036.5733.5435.2921.9232.5429.998.5
11 JAN 2012 05:0036.9733.9435.6922.1232.9429.998.5
13 JAN 2012 05:0037.4734.4436.1922.4233.4430.498.5
16 JAN 2012 00:0138.5435.5137.2622.3134.5131.139
21 JAN 2012 05:0039.0436.0137.7622.3135.0131.139
04 FEB 2012 05:0038.7435.7137.4622.0134.7130.839
11 FEB 2012 05:0039.2436.2137.9622.3135.2131.339
16 FEB 2012 00:0140.3137.2839.0323.3836.2831.339.5
21 FEB 2012 05:0040.9137.8839.6323.6836.8831.739.5
12 MAR 2012 05:0041.5138.4840.2323.9837.4832.339.5
16 MAR 2012 00:0142.5838.4840.2323.9837.4832.3310
05 APR 2012 05:0043.0838.9840.7324.2837.9832.3310
12 APR 2012 05:0042.7838.6840.4323.9837.6832.0310
16 APR 2012 00:0143.8538.6840.4323.9837.6832.0310.5
20 APR 2012 05:0043.4538.2840.0323.7837.2831.6310.5
05 MAY 2012 05:0042.9537.7839.5323.4836.7831.3310.5
09 MAY 2012 05:0042.4537.2839.0323.1836.2830.8310.5
12 MAY 2012 05:0042.0536.8838.6322.9835.8830.8310.5
13 MAY 2012 05:0041.6536.4838.2322.7835.4830.4310.5
18 MAY 2012 05:0041.3536.1837.9322.4834.9830.1310.5
21 MAY 2012 05:0041.0535.8837.6322.1834.4829.8310.5
26 MAY 2012 05:0041.0535.4837.2321.7834.0829.8310.5
06 JUN 2012 00:0140.7535.0836.8321.3833.6829.5310.5
14 JUN 2012 00:0140.4534.7836.5320.5832.8829.5310.5
20 JUN 2012 05:0040.0534.3836.1320.3832.4829.5310.5
22 JUN 2012 00:0139.7534.0835.8320.0832.1829.5310.5
23 JUN 2012 00:0139.7533.6835.4319.6831.7829.5310.5
02 JUL 2012 05:0040.0533.9835.7319.9832.0829.8310.5
05 JUL 2012 05:0040.5534.4836.2320.4832.5829.8310.5
07 JUL 2012 05:0041.0534.9836.7320.9833.0829.8310.5
13 JUL 2012 05:0041.5535.4837.2321.4833.5829.8310.5
17 JUL 2012 05:0042.0535.9837.7321.9834.0829.8310.5
19 JUL 2012 00:0142.5535.9837.7321.9834.0829.6310.5
21 JUL 2012 05:0043.0535.9837.7321.9834.0829.6310.5
02 AUG 2012 05:0043.4536.3838.1322.1834.4829.6310.5
07 AUG 2012 05:0044.0536.8838.6322.6834.9829.6310.5
10 AUG 2012 05:0044.5536.8838.6322.6834.9829.9910.5
15 AUG 2012 00:0143.0535.6838.1322.4834.6829.9910.5
01 SEP 2012 00:0143.0535.1837.6321.9834.1829.9910.5
22 SEP 2012 05:0043.0535.1837.6321.9834.1829.7910.5
30 SEP 2012 05:0043.6535.7838.2322.2834.7829.7910.5
05 OCT 2012 05:0043.0535.1837.6321.9834.1829.7910.5
11 OCT 2012 05:0043.5535.6838.1322.2834.6829.7910.5
13 OCT 2012 00:0143.5535.6838.1322.2833.6829.7910.5
18 OCT 2012 05:0043.5535.1837.6321.7833.1829.7910.5
20 OCT 2012 00:0143.5535.1837.6321.7832.1829.7910.5
25 OCT 2012 00:0143.0534.6837.1321.2831.6829.7910.5
02 NOV 2012 05:0042.6534.2836.7321.0831.2829.7910.5
07 NOV 2012 05:0042.1533.7836.2320.7830.7829.7910.5
09 NOV 2012 05:0042.6534.2836.7321.0831.2829.7910.5
17 NOV 2012 05:0043.2534.8837.3321.3831.8829.7910.5
22 NOV 2012 05:0043.7535.3837.8321.6832.3829.7910.5
07 DEC 2012 05:00 43.25 34.88 37.33 21.88 31.8829.7910.5
25 DEC 2012 05:0043.7535.3837.8321.6832.3829.7910.5
01 JAN 2013 05:0043.75 46.25 35.3837.8321.6832.3829.7910.5
04 JAN 2013 05:00 44.25 46.75 35.88 38.33 21.98 32.8829.7910.5
18 JAN 2013 05:00 43.75 46.25 35.38 37.83 21.68 32.38 29.7910.5
31 JAN 2013 05:00 44.25 46.75 35.88 38.33 21.98 32.8829.7910.5
05 FEB 2013 05:00 44.85 47.35 36.48 38.93 22.28 33.4829.7910.5
07 FEB 2013 05:00 44.85 47.35 36.48 38.93 22.28 33.48 29.99 10.5
09 FEB 2013 05:00 45.35 47.85 36.98 39.43 22.58 33.98 29.9910.5
12 FEB 2013 05:00 45.85 48.35 37.48 39.93 23.08 34.48 29.9910.5
16 FEB 2013 05:00 46.45 48.95 38.08 40.53 23.38 35.08 29.9910.5
28 FEB 2013 05:00 46.25 48.75 37.88 40.33 23.18 34.88 29.9910.5
05 MAR 2013 05:00 45.75 48.25 37.38 39.83 22.98 34.58 29.9910.5
13 MAR 2013 05:00 45.75 47.25 37.38 39.83 22.98 34.58 29.9910.5
19 MAR 2013 05:00 - 46.75 37.08 39.53 22.98 34.58 29.9910.5
04 APR 2013 05:00 - 46.65 36.98 39.43 22.88 34.48 29.9910.5
05 APR 2013 05:00 - 46.25 36.58 39.03 22.68 34.08 29.9910.5
06 APR 2013 05:00 - 45.75 36.08 38.53 22.38 33.58 29.9910.5
10 APR 2013 05:00 - 45.25 35.58 38.03 22.08 33.08 29.9910.5
12 APR 2013 05:00 - 44.85 35.18 37.63 21.88 32.68 29.9910.5
18 APR 2013 05:00 - 44.35 34.68 37.13 21.38 32.18 29.9910.5
09 MAY 2013 05:00 - 44.75 35.08 37.53 21.78 32.58 29.9910.5
21 MAY 2013 05:00 - 45.15 35.48 37.93 22.18 32.98 29.9910.5
07 JUN 2013 05:00 - 45.75 36.08 38.53 22.58 33.58 29.9910.5
15 JUN 2013 05:00 - 46.05 36.38 38.83 22.78 33.88 29.9910.5
19 JUN 2013 05:00 - 46.35 36.68 39.13 22.98 34.18 29.9910.5
27 JUN 2013 05:00 - 46.35 36.38 38.83 22.78 33.88 29.9910.5
5 JUL 2013 05:00 - 46.85 36.88 39.33 23.08 34.38 29.9910.5
10 JUL 2013 05:00 - 47.45 37.48 39.93 23.48 34.98 29.9910.5
13 JUL 2013 05:00 - 48.05 38.08 40.53 23.88 35.58 29.9910.5
17 JUL 2013 05:00 - 48.55 38.58 41.03 24.18 36.08 29.9910.5
25 JUL 2013 05:00 - 47.95 37.98 40.43 23.78 35.48 29.9910.5
1 AUG 2013 05:00 - 47.15 37.18 39.63 23.18 34.68 29.9910.5
10 AUG 2013 05:00 - 46.85 36.88 39.33 23.18 34.28 29.9910.5
31 AUG 2013 05:00 - 47.45 37.48 39.93 23.58 34.98 29.9910.5
13 SEP 2013 05:00 - 46.95 36.98 39.43 23.28 34.48 29.9910.5
18 SEP 2013 05:00 - 46.45 36.48 38.93 22.98 33.98 29.9910.5
20 SEP 2013 05:00 - 46.15 36.18 38.63 22.98 33.68 29.9910.5
22 OCT 2013 05:00 - 45.95 35.98 38.43 22.98 33.48 29.9910.5
17 NOV 2013 05:00 - 46.45 36.48 38.93 23.28 33.98 29.9910.5
24 NOV 2013 05:00 - 46.95 36.98 39.43 23.58 34.48 29.9910.5
21 DEC 2013 05:00 - 47.45 37.48 39.93 23.88 34.98 29.9910.5
25 DEC 2013 05:00 - 48.05 38.08 40.53 24.28 35.58 29.9910.5
4 JAN 2014 05:00 - 48.45 38.48 40.93 24.58 35.98 29.9910.5
17 JAN 2014 05:00 - 48.05 38.08 40.53 24.38 35.58 29.9910.5
5 MAR 2014 05:00 - 48.55 38.58 41.03 24.68 36.08 29.9910.5
10 APR 2014 05:00 - 48.45 38.48 40.93 24.58 35.98 29.9910.5
26 APR 2014 05:00 - 48.95 38.98 41.43 24.88 36.48 29.99 10.5
3 MAY 2014 05:00 - 48.95 41.03 41.03 24.68 36.08 29.99 10.5
14 MAY 2014 05:00 - 48.65 38.18 40.63 24.48 35.68 29.99 10.5
16 MAY 2014 05:00 - 49.15 38.68 41.13 24.78 36.18 29.99 10.5
5 JUN 2014 05:00 - 48.75 38.28 40.73 24.58 35.78 29.99 10.5
PTT/BCP DATE OF CHANGESULG91UGR9591 E1095 E1095 E8595 E20HSDHSD B5Diesel PalmNGV
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  • 16 March 2014 Sunday, March 16, 05:30 PM MYT +0800 Malaysia Airlines MH370 Flight Incident - MH370 disppearsed from radar of flight from Kula Lumpur to Beijing
  • 11 December 2013 - 4th Bridge betwen Thailand-Lao PDR Open today by HRH Sirindhon and Mr Boonyong Vorachit Lao Vice President at Huay Sai-Chiang Kong at 10.00 am or 10-11-12-13 with Baht 50 charges at each car crossed.
  • 5 December 2013 - Neilson Mandela died on 5 December 2013 at the age of 95 of a lung infection at his home in Houghton, Johannesburg surrounded by his family. His death was announced by President Jacob Zuma
  • 11 November 2013- Cambodia should have sovereignty over most of the disputed land around the Preah Vihear temple on the border with Thailand, the UN's top court has ruled.
    The International Court of Justice in the Hague said Thailand must withdraw troops from around the hilltop temple.
    But it did not give Cambodia all the disputed land, saying it had no jurisdiction to rule on a hill nearby.
    Both governments welcomed the ruling, with the Thai prime minister calling on her people to accept the verdict.
    In a televised address, Yingluck Shinawatra told Thais that both countries would work together to achieve peace.
    Her Cambodian counterpart, Hun Sen, also addressed his nation, repeating a promise to work with Thailand to keep the border peaceful and "not do anything that will lead to tension".
    "This is a significant step forward... towards a peaceful resolution," he said.
  • 25 October 2013 - His Holiness the Supreme Patriarch, Somdet Phra Nyanasmvara (Oct 3, 1913 - Oct 25, 2013) hospitalised for more than a decade, died on Thursday night in Chulalongkorn Hospital after failing to recover from surgery last week for an intestinal infection.
  • 24 May 2013 -A mssive power blackout hit 14 southern provinces 23 May night after a transmission failure in Prachuap Khiri Khan cut off supply from the Central Region.
    The blackout described as the buggest in the country's history by an Electricity Geneating Authority of Thailand official, hit several key business towns and popular tourist destinations including Hat Yai, Koh Samui and Phuket..
    The blackout left southerners especially those living in the three restive southermost provinces of Hat Yal, Pattani and Narathiwat, in the state of panic.
    Authorities said the power blackout was caused by a a faulty high-voltage cable from Ratchaburi in Bang Sapan district in Ptachuap Khiri Khan, the main power transmission line from the central region to the south.
  • 22 December 2012 - The last day of the earth ???
  • 1 October 2022 - Don Mueang International Airport (DMK) reopens for full operation, mainly for low cost airlines. Don Mueang is the main hub for "Nok Air", "Solar Air" and "Orient Thai Airlines". It will also be the main hub for "Thai AirAsia" again when it moves its flights back from Suvannabhumi on 1 October 2012.
  • 12 September 2012 - The iPhone5 open by Apple Company in San Francisco.
  • 25 July 2012 - Neil Armstrong, who made the "giant leap for mankind" as the first human to set foot on the moon (20 July 1969), died on Saturday (25 July 2012). He was 82.
  • 24 July 2012 - Amuay Refinery, the biggest refinery in Venezuela, exploded on Suturday killing 39 people and more than 80 injured.
  • 4 July 2012 : Fire at Bangchak Oil Refinery on Sukhumvit 64, Bangkok.
  • 4 June 2012, 60 years of Queen Elizabeth II's reign - Marking 60 years of The Queen's reign, the Diamond Jubilee celebrations will centre around an extended weekend on 2, 3, 4 and 5 June. The Queen came to the throne on 6 February 1952 and her coronation took place on 2 June 1953. She celebrated her Silver Jubilee (25 years) in 1977 and her Golden Jubilee (50 years) in 2002.
  • 4 June 2012, Buddhajanti: The Celebration of 2600 Years of the Buddha's Enlithenment. Buddha Jayanti or also known as Buddha Purnima is the most sacred festivals of Buddhist. Buddha Purnima (Buddha Birthday) is celebrated in remembrance Lord Buddha. Lord Buddha is the founder of Buddhism. This day is the birth anniversary of Lord Buddha. It falls on the full moon of the fourth lunar month (month of Vaisakh) i.e. April or May. This day commemorates three important events of Buddha's life
    - His birth in 623 BC.
    - His enlightment i.e. attainment of supreme wisdom, in 588 BC.
    - His attainment of Nirvana i.e. the complete extinction of his self at the age of 80.
    Gautam Buddha "lived and died in about the fifth century before the Christian era". Buddha means "enlightened one" - someone who is completely freefrom all faults and mental obstructions.
    Gautam Buddha was not a god and the philosophy of Buddhism does not entail any theistic world-view. The teachings of the Buddha are solely to liberate human beings from the misery and sufferings of life.
    According to the Buddhism, sorrow and desire are the main cause of all the evil and suffering of this world. Lord Buddha advocated the Eightfold Path consisting of precepts like right conduct, right motive, right speech, right effort, right resolve, right livelihood, right attention and right meditation to gain mastery over suffering. It is only after following this path one can reach the ultimate aim of Nirvana. Nirvana is the transcendental state of complete liberation. Gautama Buddha lived and taught in northern Inda in the 6th Century B.C.
    Buddha travelled far and wide teaching hundreds of followers. Even after death his disciples continued to spread his teachings.
    The Mauryan Emperor Ashoka espoused the Buddhist religion in the 3rd century B.C. and helped in spreading it far and wide. Sarnath and Bodhgaya are two of the most important pilgrimage centres for the Buddhists.
  • 3 May 2012 - Megabangna grand opening in Bangkok. A joint venture between Siam Future Development (developer of Esplanade, J Avenue, La Villa and other community malls) and Ikano ( the company behind the Swedish retail giant Ikea). Megabangna is the only co-owned foreign shopping centre in Thailand. It's also the first low-rise super regional mall in the country and the largest establishment for retail therapy in Southeast Asia.
  • 6 March 2002 - Donmuang Airport, Bangkok resumed its duty after 4 months closed down from heavy flood in the airport. The first three flight began at 6:00 AM serviced by NokAir to Udonthani, Ubon Ratchathani, Nakhon Si Thammarat.
  • 14 February 2012 - Blasts in Bangkok. Four Iranian suspects were detained by the Thai police.
  • 11 February 2012 - Whitney Houston, top of the pop music world, died at age 48 in Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles. Police said there were no obvious signs of criminal intent.
  • 14 January 2012 : Fire at Bangchak OIl Refinery in Bangkok.
  • 29 December 2011 - At the end of 29 December 2011, Samoa, which used UTC-11 (UTC-10 during the summer), advanced to UTC+13 (UTC+14 during the summer), by skipping 30 December, reversing the change made in 1892. This leaves American Samoa in the UTC-11 time zone.
  • 19 December 2011 - Kim Jong-il, also written as Kim Jong Il, birth name Yuri Irsenovich Kim (16 February 1941/2 - 17 December 2011), was the supreme Leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea). He was the General Secretary of the Workers' Party of Korea, the ruling party since 1948, Chairman of the the National Defence Commission of North Korea , and the Supreme Commander of the Korean People's Army, the fourth-largest standing army in the world.
    In April 2009, North Korea's constitution was amended to refer to him implicitly as the "Supreme Leader". He was also referred to as the "Dear Leader", "our Father", "the General" and "Generalissimo". His son Kim Jong-un was promoted to a senior position in the ruling Workers' Party and is heir apparent. In 2010, he was ranked 31st in Forbes Magazine's List of The World's Most Powerful People . The North Korean government announced his death on 19 December 2011.
  • 11 November 2011 - the 3rd Thai-Laos Friendship Bridge - Nakhon Phanom - Khammouan opened on 11-11-11
  • 5 October 2011 - Apple 'genius' Steve Jobs dies from cancer (1955-2011)

    "Bangkok Post" Published Online : 6/10/2011 at 07:32 AM

    Apple founder and visionary Steve Jobs died Wednesday from cancer aged just 56, a premature end for a man who revolutionized modern culture and changed forever the world's relationship to technology through inventions such as the iPad and iPhone.

    Apple on Wednesday announced the death of its visionary co-founder Steve Jobs, pictured in June 2011. Apple fans were invited to share their thoughts, memories and condolences by sending messages to rememberingsteve@apple.com.

    "We are deeply saddened to announce that Steve Jobs passed away today," the California-based gadget-maker said in a statement from its board of directors.

    "Steve's brilliance, passion and energy were the source of countless innovations that enrich and improve all of our lives. The world is immeasurably better because of Steve."

    Tributes flowed in from around the world for Jobs, while Apple fans flooded the Twitter and Facebook to voice their sorrow at the passing of the man who helped put mini computers in the shape of phones in millions of pockets.

    Jobs was just 21 when he founded Apple Computer in 1976 with his 26-year-old friend Steve Wozniak in his family garage.

    From such humble beginnings the company, with its ubiquitous trademark of an apple with a bite taken out of it, grew to eventually become one of the world's most valuable companies.

    In July Apple's second quarter profit hit $7.31 billion on revenue of $28.57 billion.

    US President Barack Obama paid tribute late Wednesday to one of America's "greatest inventors."

    "He transformed our lives, redefined entire industries, and achieved one of the rarest feats in human history: he changed the way each of us sees the world," Obama said in a written statement.

    Microsoft boss Bill Gates agreed.

    "The world rarely sees someone who has had the profound impact Steve has had, the effects of which will be felt for many generations to come," Gates said in statement, cited on the Wall Street Journal website.

    The two men were rivals in the race to dominate the market at the start of the personal computer era.

    But while personal computers powered by Microsoft software ruled work places, Jobs envisioned people-friendly machines with mouse controllers and icons to click on to activate programs or open files.

    Tim Cook -- who had been handling Apple's day-to-day operations since Jobs went on medical leave in January, and was made CEO in August after his resignation -- led the praise for the Silicon Valley legend.

    "Apple has lost a visionary and creative genius, and the world has lost an amazing human being. Those of us who have been fortunate enough to know and work with Steve have lost a dear friend and an inspiring mentor," he said.

    "Steve leaves behind a company that only he could have built, and his spirit will forever be the foundation of Apple."

    Apple turned its home page into a tribute to Jobs, posting a large black-and-white photo of the bearded high-tech maestro in his trademark black turtleneck and small round glasses. The only caption: "Steve Jobs, 1955-2011."

    Jobs' family also issued a statement, saying he had lost his long battle with pancreatic cancer surrounded by his relatives.

    "In his public life, Steve was known as a visionary; in his private life, he cherished his family," it said.

    Born on February 24, 1955 in San Francisco to a single mother and adopted by a couple in nearby Mountain View at barely a week old, Jobs grew up among the orchards that would one day become the technology hub known as Silicon Valley.

    Under Jobs, Apple introduced its first Apple computers and then the Macintosh, which became wildly popular in the 1980s.

    He was elevated to idol status by ranks of Macintosh computer devotees, many of whom saw themselves as a sort of rebel alliance opposing the powerful empire Microsoft built with its Windows operating systems.

    Jobs left Apple in 1985 after an internal power struggle and started NeXT Computer company specializing in sophisticated workstations for businesses.

    He co-founded Academy-Award-winning Pixar in 1986 from a former Lucasfilm computer graphics unit that he bought from movie industry titan George Lucas.

    Apple's luster faded after Jobs left the company, but they reconciled in 1996 with Apple buying NeXT for $429 million and Jobs ascending once again to the Apple throne.

    Apple went from strength to strength as Jobs revamped the Macintosh line, revolutionizing modern culture and launching a "post-PC era" in which personal computers give way to smart mobile gadgets -- the iPod, iPhone and the iPad.

    His passing will raise doubts over whether the Cupertino, California-based company can continue its dominance in the hugely competitive technology sector.

    His death comes only a day after Cook presided over the launch of the new iPhone 4S in a move that failed to dazzle investors. Apple shares dropped more than four percent on Wall Street on Tuesday after the company doused analysts expectations that they would unveil a new iPhone model.

    Jobs is survived by his wife Laurene, with whom he had three children. He also had a daughter with a woman he dated prior to marrying.

  • 20 September 2011 - Ukraine/Ukrayina switched standard time from +2 GMT to +3 GMT or daylight saving time permanently. This change is in line with Russia and Belalus which made changes permanently from the beginning of 2011.
  • 12 August 2011 - The sky train, BTS extension On-nut - Bearing open free to public till 1 January 2012. The fare will be normally charged from 2 January 2012.
  • 8 August 2011 - HE the King endorses Miss Yingluck Shinawatra as the country's first female prime minister.
  • 28 July 2011 - HRH Princess Bejaratana (Petcharat Ratchasuda Sirisophaphannawadi ), the only daughter of King Rama VI (HM King Vajiravudh), passed away at the age of 85 (24 November 1925 - 28 July 2011) due to blood infection.
  • 9 July 2011 - "South Sudan" emerged as a new country, separated from Sudan with very poor population but rich in natural resources.
  • 3 July 2011 - General election in Thailand. Pheu Thai Party's likely prime ministerial candidate Yingluck Shinawatra will form a 299-seat government. [Pheu Thai 265, Charthaipattana 19, Chart Pattana Puea Pandin 7, Phalang Chon 7, Mahachon 1.]
  • 30 May 2011 - BERLIN - The German government on Monday announced plans to shut all of the nation's nuclear power plants within the next 11 years, a sharp reversal for Chancellor Angela Merkel after the Japanese disaster at Fukushima caused an electoral backlash by voters opposed to reliance on nuclear energy. The plan calls for phasing out all of Germany's 17 nuclear reactors - eight of which are offline - and expanding the use of renewable resources. The decision was based on recommendations of an expert commission appointed after the Japanese disaster to study an industry that generates 23 percent of Germany's electricity.
  • 29 April 2011 - The Wedding of Prince William of Wales and Catherine Middleton.
  • 26 April 2011 - An explosion on 26 April 1986 at the USSR Chernobyl nuclear reactor in Ukraine released radioactivity 400 times greater than Hiroshima. Today, Chernobyl's legacy remains as damaging as it was 25 years ago.
  • 11 March 2011 - A massive 8.9 magnitude earthquate hit nearby Northeastern Japan at around 2:46 pm.
  • 29 January 2011 - Revered abbot Luangta Maha Bua Yannasampanno (1913-2011) , Wat Pa Ban Tad in Udon Thani's Muang District has passed away at 3.53 am. He was 98. His official title in the clesiastical is Phra Dhamma Visuthimongkol.
  • 23 August 2010 - Airport Rail Link opens today between Suvarnabhumi Airport to Makkasan Station in Bangkok.
    History of Airport Link :
    September 2003 : Cabinet approves feasibility study
    February 2004 : Budget approved for design and engineering
    June 2004 : Construction starts with completion date set for May 2009 for launch in August 2009
    May 2008 : State Railway of Thailand agrees to allow contractor another year
    May 2010 : Another delay due to power supply problems
    June 2010 : Free trips available on Airport Link test runs
    August 2010 : Aiport Link opens for business.
  • 6 August 2010 - The "Bangkok Post" becomes the first daily in Thailand to be published with 3D Photographic effects as a special 3D edition celebrates the Bangkok Post's 64th anniversary.
  • 11 June - 11 July 2010 - "2010 FIFA World Cup South AfricaTM"
  • 29 May 2010 - First official day of Bangkok BRT (Bus Rapid Transit) service in Kaset - Nawamin Rd.
  • 25 May 2010 - Additional curfew in Bangkok and 24 provinces from 00:00-04:00 hrs on Tu 25 - F 28 May 2010.
  • 23 May 2010 - Additional curfew in Bangkok and 24 provinces from 23:00-04:00 hrs on Sun 23 - M 24 May 2010.
  • 19 May 2010 - Curfew in Bangkok and 24 provinces from 20:00-06:00 hrs on W 19 May 2010, and 21:00-05:00 hrs on Th 20 - Sat 22 May 2010 due to "Red-Shirts" riot in the country. Most oil pumps, LPG stations, and NGV Stations in inner Bangkok closed down.
  • 15 May 2010 - 75th Anniversary of Moscow Metro, (operation began 15 May 1935) - Track gauge 1,520 mm.
  • 1 May - 31 October 2010 - Expo 2010 Shanghai China - Thailand Pavilion : The World Exposition Shanghai China 2010
  • 26 February 2010 - The following are the rulings by the Supreme Court's Criminal Division for Political Office Holders in the cases involving abuse of power by former premier Thaksin Shinawatra to benefit Shin Corp:
    1. Holding shares of Shin Corp through nominees - The nine judges ruled unanimously that the defendant concealed his holding of 1.41 million shares in Shin Corp through nominees, such as his children and other relatives. The court ruled that Thaksin was actually holding the shares during his two terms as prime minister. After becoming prime minister in 2001, the defendant still maintained his authority in implementing policies and appointing board members of the company.
    2. Conversion of telecom concession fees into excise tax - The majority of judges ruled that the defendant used his authority through the Cabinet to pass laws that converted telecom concession fees into excise tax, which benefited Shin Corp, the owner of Advanced Info Service (AIS). The move cost the state Bt60 billion in lost revenue. The court said the Cabinet resolution severely weakened state agency TOT, which had awarded AIS the mobile-phone concession. The resolution also made it more difficult for new operators to compete fairly with original operators like AIS.
    3. Reduction of revenue paid to TOT for prepaid mobile-phone services - The judges ruled by a majority that mobile-phone operator AIS benefited from the reduction of revenue it had to share with TOT for offering prepaid phone services.
    4. Amendment to the mobile-phone roaming contract - The majority of judges ruled that AIS benefited from an amendment to its roaming contract with TOT. The amendment allowed AIS to share any available network with other companies instead of investing more to set up a new network. The court said AIS obtained Bt6.9 billion in benefits from the changes to the original contract while Thaksin was still a shareholder. However, the majority of the judges ruled that the defendant did not benefit from the changes to the roaming contract because when it took effect, he had already sold his shares in Shin Corp to Singapore's Temasek Holdings, the present owner of AIS.
    5. iPSTAR satellite - The court ruled by a majority that Thaksin had exercised his authority for the benefit of Shin Corp and Shin Satellite (now called Thaicom). Members of his Cabinet had allowed the company to change the terms of the concession contract to launch iPSTAR as the main satellite rather than launching a back-up satellite for Thaicom3 as promised in the contract.
      Thaksin had promised in 1991 as the president of Shin Satellite and Shin Corp to launch a satellite with C-band and KU-band transponders as back-up for Thaicom3. However, iPSTAR - launched in 2005 - had a different technology for high-speed Internet with a KU-band transponder, rather than the C-band. Moreover only 6 per cent of iPSTAR's transponders were used for domestic service, and the rest for the international market. The newly launched satellite was contrary to the original concession contract, which was to be meant mainly for domestic communication.
    6. Amendment of the concession contract to reduce Shin Corp's share proportion in Shin Satellite - The court ruled that the amendment of the concession contract to allow Shin Corp to cut its share holding in Shin Satellite reduced Shin Corp's financial burden. Surapong Suebwonglee , then information and communication technology minister, granted permission to Shin Corp to reduce its share proportion in Shin Satellite from a maximum of 51 per cent to 40 per cent. The reduction of the share proportion also affected national communications security.
    7. Loan to Burma - The court ruled by a majority that Thaksin had abused his power by providing Bt4 billion to Burma to buy broadband Internet to benefit Shin Corp and Shin Satellite. The move also caused damage to the national budget. Thaksin had instructed the Export-Import Bank to open a credit line to Burma at a low interest rate. The Finance Ministry had to allocate funds from the national budget to subsidise such a low rate for the bank, which cost the exchequer Bt14 million in the 2006/2007 fiscal year. The court said it was unnecessary for Thailand to grant the loan to Burma.
  • 3 December 2009 - TOT officially launched 3G service in Thailand, after much delay due to legal complications. Bangkok Post Database [Wed 6 Jan 2010] said "TOT Corporation claimed it had launched a 3G phone service, making Thailand once again as advanced as Laos and as technologically capable as Cambodia."
  • 7 September 2009 - Sirens wailed in Samoa early today to give drivers the signal to strat driving on the left-hand side of the road, as the Pacific island nation became the first country t switch sides since the 1970s. Around 6am radio stations carried the order for drivers in the nation of about 180,000 people to stop their cars on the roadsides. Then the Prime Minister gave instructions over the radio for drivers to shift their cars to the other sides of the road.
  • 22 July 2009 - Sky gazers in Bangkok and the South were disappointed when a cloudy sky prevented them from seeing the longest solar eclipse of the 21st century on Wednesday morning - but Chiang Rai had a clear view.
    The partial eclipse occured from 7.06 to 9.08 am in Bangkok.
    A total eclipse cast a shadow over many countries in Asia, including India, Nepal and China, where HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn experienced the blackout.
    The path of the moon's umbral, or total eclipse, shadow began in India and crossed through Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Burma and China. After leaving mainland Asia, its path crossed Japan's Ryukyu Islands and curved southeast through the Pacific Ocean, according to America's National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The cone-shaped shadow created by the total eclipse first made landfall on the western Indian state of Gujarat shortly before 6.30am (0100 GMT).
    It then raced across India, blacking out the holy city of Varanasi on the banks of the Ganges, squeezing between the northern and southern tips of Bangladesh and Nepal before engulfing most of Bhutan, traversing the Chinese mainland and slipping back out to sea off Shanghai.
  • 25 June 2009 - Michael Jackson, (August 29, 1958 - June 25, 2009) the show-stopping singer whose best-selling albums -- including "Off the Wall," "Thriller" and "Bad" -- and electrifying stage presence made him one of the most popular artists of all time, died Thursday, 25 Jun 09 at 17.30 hrs. Michael Jackson, was one of the biggest pop stars in history. He was 50. He collapsed at his residence in the Holmby Hills section of Los Angeles, California, about noon Pacific time, suffering cardiac arrest. He died at UCLA Medical Center.
    - Farrah Fawcett, the blonde-maned actress whose best-selling poster and "Charlie's Angels" stardom made her one of the most famous faces in the world, died Thursday, June 25, 2009 with anal cancer. She was 62.
  • 18 June 2009 - Dr.Piyasvasti Amranand, former Thailand's Energy Minister was approved by the the Thai Airways International board as the new President. It is expected that he will turn THAI around as it struggles through its worst crisis in its 49-year history.
  • 1 June 2009 - Suvarnabhumi Airport greets the first commercial flight by an Airbus A380 to Thailand. More than 400 passengers travelled on Emirates' super-jumbo aircraft flight EK372 from Dubai which touch down at 18:50 hrs.
  • 31 May 2009 - It was 150 years ago on Sunday that the four-faced Great Clock "Big Ben" on the Houses of Parliament along the River Thames, London, England, started keeping time, and on July 11, 1859, Big Ben first struck time.
  • Red revolt - Timeline: How the Thai "red-shirt" protest developed and ended,
    By: BangkokPost.com, AFP ,
    Published in Bangkok Post: 14/04/2009 at 07:44 PM
    • March 26: Thousands of Thaksin supporters in trademark red shirts begin rallying in Bangkok, calling on Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva and his government to resign and allow fresh elections. They are spurred on by Thaksin Shinawatra, who starts a series of almost nightly addresses to the crowd by telephone and video link.
    • March 27: Thaksin accuses Privy Council president Prem Tinsulanonda, privy councillors Surayud Chulanond and Charnchai Likitjitta of being behind the 2006 military coup that toppled him.
    • March 28: Gen Surayud rejects Thaksin's claim, saying privy councillors are not involved in politics.
    • April 2: Red-shirt leader Jatuporn Prompan says a mass rally planned for April 8 is aimed at pressuring Mr Abhisit, Gen Prem and the privy councillors to resign.
    • April 3: Thaksin refuses an invitation by Deputy Prime Minister Suthep Thaugsuban to negotiate with the government, and calls on his supporters to come out in force for a mass rally on April 8.
    • April 7: Mr Abhisit's car is attacked by red-shirts in Pattaya as he heads back to Bangkok after a cabinet meeting. Thaksin's three children and ex-wife leave Thailand.
    • April 8: More than 30,000 red-shirts rally at Government House, their main protest site.
    • April 9: Taxi drivers block main roads and Victory Monument, bringing the city to a halt. Mr Abhisit vows tough action against red-shirts who break the law, but no action is taken.
    • April 10: Thaksin's supporters, already spread out across Bangkok, launch a separate protest in the beach resort of Pattaya, where 16 Asian leaders are to meet for a major Asean-sponsored summit, with Asean chairman Thailand as the host.
    • April 11: Thousands of protesters storm the venue of the summit, forcing its cancellation. A state of emergency is declared as foreign leaders are evacuated - some by helicopter from the hotel roof.
    • April 12: A state of emergency is declared in Bangkok and surrounding areas as new anti-government demonstrations spring up. Pattaya protest leader Arisman Pongruangrong arrested in Bangkok. About 50 protesters force their way into the Interior Ministry grounds while Mr Abhisit is inside. He escapes. Thaksin says he will lead an uprising if there is a coup.
    • April 13: Army cracks down on protesters in Bangkok. Two people die and 123 treated for injuries in army assaults on groups of protesters and several ugly confrontations between red shirts and local people who formed neighbourhood militias.
    • April 14: Thousands of demonstrators who had retreated to their main camp outside Government House agree to disperse in the face of an overwhelming military operation to close down days of protests. Government extends the three-day Songkran holiday for two more days.
  • 28 March 2009 - Saturday, globally turn off power for one hour at 20.30 - 21.30 hrs (local time) in the effort to reduce global warming worldwide (datails at Earth Hour)
  • 5 March 2009 - The first railway line connecting Thailand and Laos was officially opened, aiming to boost tourism and trade. HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn presided over the opening ceremony of the 3.5 km track connecting Nong Khai station in Thailand and Thanaleng Station in Laos. After the ceremony, she boarded a Laos-bound service at 9.30 am across the Thai-Lao Friendship Bridge over the Mekong river as the first passenger, arriving at Thanaleng in Laos at 10am. Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva of Thailand and Mr. Bounngang Vorachit, Vice President of Lao PDR also attended the ceremony.
  • 20 January 2009 - Democrat Barack Obama was sworn in as the 44th president of the United States and the nation's first African-American president.
  • 8 - 24 August 2008 - 2008.8.8 - 8.24 Beijing 2008 Olympic Games - Games of the XXIX Olympiad
  • 30 April 2008 - Last day of telegraph service in Thailand after 133 years of service (1875-2008).
  • 2 January 2008 - Her Royal Highness Princess Galyani Vadhana Krom Luang Naradhiwas Rajanagarindra (age 84, born 6 May 1923), the elder sister of His Majesty King Bhumibol died after a length illness at Siriraj Hospital. The princess passed away at 02:54 Wednesday morning.
  • 27 December 2007 - Benazir Bhutto (former Prime Minister of Pakistan) was gunned down as she waved to supporters from the sunroof of her armored vehicle in Rawalpindi just 12 days before elections.
  • 23 December 2007 - General election in Thailand under the new constitution, with 31 political parties competing.
  • 5 December 2007 - Thailand celebrated "The Celebrations on the Auspicious Occasion of His Majesty the King's 80th Birthday Anniversary 5th December 2007"
  • 10 October 2007 - One of the greatest and most revered Thai Buddhist monks, Phra Panyanandha Bhikkhu (Phra Phrom Mankalajan, born 11 May B.E.2454), passed away today (at 9.09 AM) at the age of 96 at Siriraj hospital. The venerable Phra Panya was abbot of Cholpratan Rangsarait Temple in Nonthaburi.
  • 15 August 2007 - Myanmar government increased retail oil and natural gas prices by 100-500% causing the bus fares as well as other goods and services to increase sharply.
  • 21 July 2007 - J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter, Volume 7, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows", the last volume in the series, was released worldwide.
  • 18 July 2007 - One person has been killed and at least 20 others injured when a steam pipe exploded underneath a street in central New York during the evening rush hour. The explosion in midtown Manhattan sent clouds of steam, mud and rocks into the air and forced the evacuation of nearby streets and Grand Central Station. Millions of pounds of steam are pumped beneath the streets of New York to help heat and cool thousands of buildings. The 83-year-old pipe exploded just before 1800 (2200 GMT), sending people running from the scene as steam billowed up from the ground. The blast left a crater in the middle of Lexington Avenue and sent clouds of steam, mud and rocks into the air.
  • 7 July 2007 - "The New 7 Wonders of the World" was announced during the Official Declaration ceremony in Lisbon, Portugal on Saturday, July 7, 2007 05:00 - 07.07.07 : The Great Wall, China / Petra, Jordan / Christ Redeemer, Brazil / Machu Picchu, Peru / Chichen Itza, Mexico / The Roman Colosseum, Italy / The Taj Mahal, India. The Official New7Wonders Finalists : The Acropolis, Greece / Alhambra, Spain / Angkor, Cambodia / Statues of Easter Island, Chile / Eiffel Tower, France / Hagia Sophia, Turkey / Kiyomizu Temple, Japan / Kremlin/St. Basil, Russia / Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany / Pyramids of Giza, Egypt / Statue of Liberty, USA / Stonehenge, United Kingdom / Sydney Opera House, Australia / Timbuktu, Mali.
  • 7 July 2007 - 7.7.07 Live Earth used the global reach of music to engage people on a mass scale to combat our climate crisis. Live Earth will stage official concerts at Giants Stadium in New York; Wembley Stadium in London; Aussie Stadium in Sydney; Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro; the Coca-Cola Dome in Johannesburg; Makuhari Messe in Tokyo; the Oriental Pearl Tower in Shanghai; and HSH Nordbank Arena in Hamburg. Live Earth concerts was broadcasted to a live worldwide audience by MSN at www.LiveEarth.MSN.com.
  • 27 June 2007 - The New York power failure began at 3:42 p.m. and was restored by 4:30 p.m. darkened a large swath of Manhattan and the Bronx as a storm blew through, knocking out traffic lights, cutting subway service and forcing the evacuation of the Metropolitan Museum of Art on one of the hottest days of the year. The blackout affected approximately 385,000 people. Power was restored in about an hour, but that did not stop the city from experiencing some of the confusion it endured during blackouts last year and in 2003.
  • 27 June 2007 - Tony Blair, British Prime Minister stepped down this afternoon, serving as Prime Minister for 10 years. Gordon Brown was appointed Prime Minister and invited by the Queen to form a government.
  • 27 June 2007 - Iranians smashed shop windows and set fire to a dozen gas stations in the capital Wednesday, angered by the sudden start of a fuel rationing system that threatens to further increase the unpopularity of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Iran is one of the world's biggest oil producers, but it doesn't have enough refineries, so it must import more than 50 percent of the gasoline its people use. The government says money saved from subsidies can go to building refineries, improving public transit and creating jobs.
  • 23 April 2007 - Former Russian President Boris Yeltsin died at the age of 76 (1931-2007 05:00)
  • 4 January 2007 - On November 16, 2006, Nancy Pelosi (age 66), who was then the House Democratic leader, was selected by her party to be the speaker during the 110th Congress. When the 110th Congress convened on January 4 , 2007 05:00 she was formally nominated by Representative Rahm Emanuel, the incoming Chairman of the Democratic Caucus and was formally elected as 60th Speaker of the House of Representatives by a vote of 233-202 over the Republican challenger Rep. John Boehner. Polosi was the first woman to hold this position.
  • 1 January 2007 - New 18th United Nations Secretary-General Mr. Ban Ki-Moon (former Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Republic of Korea) entered his first day of office. Mr Ban was born on 13 June 1944.
  • 31 December 2006 - 6 bomb blasts in Bangkok at 18.00 hrs and 2 after midnight
  • 30 December 2006 - Saturday morning, the execution of former president of Iraq, Saddam Hussein (Saddam Hussein Abd al-Majid al-Tikriti) by hanging.
  • 20 December 2006 - Second bridge over Mekong River between Thailand and Lao PDR was officially opened. The 3.2-billion-baht (US$74.4 million) construction of the bridge in Thailand's Mukdahan province in the northeast opposite Savannakhet province in Laos began in 2002 and completed in 2005. The cost was born equally by Thailand and Laos, and the construction was financed by a loan from the Japan Bank for International Cooperation. The first Thai-Lao Friendship Bridge was opened on 8 April 1994, linking Thailand's Nong Khai in northeast and Lao's capital Vientiane
  • 19 December 2006 - The Stock Exchange of Thailand's benchmark SET Index tumbled 14.8 percent to close at 622.14, after plunging as much as 19.5 percent earlier. It was the market's biggest one-day drop ever, and brought the benchmark index to its lowest since October 2004. The hardest-hit sectors were banking, energy and telecommunications. The plunge came after the Bank of Thailand late Monday announced its toughest measures yet to clamp down on speculative inflows that have lifted the Thai currency, the baht, to a nine-year high of 35.09 to the dollar. The measures said that starting Tuesday, all banks were required to hold in reserve for one year 30 percent of capital inflows that aren't trade- or services-related, or repatriation of Thai residents' investments abroad. Also, foreign investors must pay a 10 percent penalty unless they keep funds in the country for a year. Effectively, the central bank's new rules meant that if a foreign investor allocated the equivalent of 100 million baht to the Thai bond market, the investor could only buy 70 million baht of bonds, while the remainder would be withheld by the central bank, earning no interest. If the investor wanted to withdraw the money in less than a year, only two-thirds of the amount withheld would be returned, an effective 10 percent tax on the initial investment amount. The moves seemed to have some effect on the currency: on Tuesday, the baht weakened to 35.93 per dollar. But they spooked international investors, who punished the market by dumping shares.
  • 6 November 2005 - Naypyidaw (also spelt Nay Pyi Taw) is the national capital of Myanmar, located in Pyinmana Township of Mandalay Division. The administrative capital of Myanmar was officially moved to a militarised greenfield site two miles west of Pyinmana on 6 November 2005. Naypyidaw is approximately 320 kilometres north of Yangon. The capital's official name was revealed on Armed Forces Day in 2006.
  • 1 November 2006 - 31 January 2007 05:00 - The Royal Flora Ratchaphruck 2006 (International Horticultural Exposition for His Majesty the King) in Chiang Mai opened.
  • 28 September 2006 - Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi Airport was officially opened at 3:00 AM and ended the 92 years of commercial service of the Don Muang Airport. The last scheduled flight departed from Don Muang Airport was Kuwait Airways flight KU414 took off for Kuwait at 2.50 AM. The lastest delayed flight departed Don Muang Airport was Qantas Airways, QF 302 for Sydney (dalayed from 27 Sept 06, 18:15 PM). The first flight arrived at Suvarnabhumi Airport was the Lufthansa German Airlines, Cargo flight from Frankfurt at 3:05 AM. The first passenger flight was AeroSvit Airlines, VV171, from Kiev, Ukraine at 4.10 AM and was the first that departed Suvarnabhumi at 5:40 AM.
  • 19 September 2006 - Troops loyal to the Royal Thai Army Commander General Sonthi Boonyaratglin staged a coup d'etat to oust caretaker Prime Minister Pol. Lt. Col. Dr. Thaksin Shinawatra who was in New York and due to address the United Nations General Assembly. The coup makers called themselves "The Council for Democratic Reform under Constitutional Monarchy", led by Gen Sonthi. In an announcement flashed across national television, they said they comprised the commanders of the three armed forces and the national police chief.
  • 22 August 2006 - The 38th ASEAN Economic Ministers Meeting in Kuala Lumpur on 22 August 2006 reiterated ASEAN's decision to accelerate the creation of a single "ASEAN Economic Community" by 2015 - five years ahead of the schedule
  • 29 July 2006 - 6 Thai airlines (Thai Inter Airways, NokAir, One-to-Go by Orient Thai Airlines, Thai Air Asia, Bangkok Airways, PB Air) for 22 flights (11 in-bound & 11 Out-bound) arrived and departed Suvarnabhumi Airport on confident flights. On 28 September 2006 at 3:00 AM, the Suvarnabhumi Airport will be officially open for commercial airliners replacing Bangkok International Airport at Don Muang.
  • 9 June 2006 - Thailand celebrated "The Sixtieth Anniversary Celebration of His Majesty the King's Accession to the Throne B.E. 2549 (A.D. 2006)". King Bhumibol Adulyadet , aged 79, is on the throne of Thailand for 60 years now, the longest in the world. Monarches from 25 countries around the world attended the ceremony in Bangkok.
  • 8 May 2006 - The Constitution Court of Thailand ordered a new general election, ruling the April 2 poll was unconstitutional because it was held too soon after the House dissolution and polling booths were improperly positioned.
  • 1 May 2006 - Bolivia announced that it would take control of all concessions and installations operated by foreign companies in the country. Hydrocarbons companies including Petrobras of Brazil, Repsol of Spain, Total of France and BG and BP of the UK have invested about $3.5bn in Bolivia and Petrobras has spent an additional $2bn on a pipeline delivering Bolivian gas to Brazil and Argentina. The companies have been given 180 days to negotiate new contracts.
  • 4 April 2006 - Caretaker Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra bowed out of the political battle, decaring in a nationwide telecast that he would not form the next government. The Thai Rak Thai Party won the general election on 2 April 2006. The People's Alliance for Democracy (PAD) announced its victory over the long 34 days demonstration but citing that they would regroup and reasume demonstration if Thaksin will still be caretaker.
  • 23 March 2006 - The Supreme Administrative Court of Thailand revoked two Royal Decrees that led to the corporatisation of EGAT in 2005. The court ruled that the two Royal Decrees [that supported the process] were revoked and all the past preparations [for privatisation] were nullified. The EGAT Public Company Limited will return to be The Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand.
  • 22 March 2006 - A man described to be mentally-deranged (Thanakorn Pakdeepol, 27,) hammered the much-revered statue of Pra Prom or Brahma creator god at the Hyatt Erawan Hotel, Bangkok and reduced it into pieces before he was killed by bystanders.
  • 24 February 2006 - Thailand's House of Representatives was dissolved. General election will be on 2 April 2006
  • 13 January 2006 - Last day of broadcast of BBC Thai Service from London, after 64 years of service (27 April 1941 - 13 January 2006)
  • 3 January 2006 - Russia restored European gas deliveries. Russia's Gazprom halted deliveries to Ukraine on 1 Jan 2006 after Kiev refused to meet its demand for a fourfold price increase (from US$50 to US$230 per 1000 cu.m.). Russia currently sold natural gas to European customers at US$240 per 1000 cu.m.
  • 1 October 2005 - Two explosions at Jimbaran beach and Matahari shopping area in Kuta, Bali, within a space of 10 minutes at 8 pm
  • 12 September 2005 - Black out in Los Angeles at noon
  • 12 September 2005 - Grand Opening of Hong Kong Disneyland
  • 1 August 2005 - King Fahd bin Abdul Aziz al-Saud of Saudi Arabia (1923-1982-2005) died. The new King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz has chosen Prince Sultan bin Abdul Aziz as Crown Prince
  • 7 July 2005 - A series of 4 coordinated bombings on London's transport system (3 subways and 1 bus) killed at least 37 people and wounded 700 people
  • 19 April 2005 - German Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger became the 265th pope, taking the name Benedict XVI, aged 78 years (oldest) - Vatican : the Holy See
  • 2 April 2005 - Pope John Paul II, 264th Pope, the third longest-serving pontiff in history, died at the age of 84 (1920 born Krakow, Poland - 1978 Elected first non-Italian Pope for 455 years - 2005). The Pope died in his private apartment at the Vatican at 2137 local time (1937 GMT) on Saturday.
  • 28 March 2005 - 11:09 pm (1609 GMT) An earthquake measuring a magnitude of 8.7 struck off the coast of Sumatra, Indonesia - on the same fault line that originated a December 26 earthquake that launched a deadly tsunami. However, no tsunami was reported.
  • 16 February 2005 - Kyoto Protocol was effective but US & Australia declined to participate
  • 6 February 2005 - General election in Thailand
  • 1 February 2005 - Bangkok subway resumed operation after shut down for two weeks due to two trains collided
  • 20 January 2005 - Inauguration ceremony of re-elected U.S. President George W. Bush in Washington DC
  • 13 January 2005 - Blackout in Kuala Lumpur and Klang Valley for 2 hours at midday
  • 26 December 2004 - Earthquake,a 9.0-magnitude, first struck at 7:59 a.m (0059 GMT) off the coast of Aceh province on the northern Indonesian island of Sumatra and appeared to swing north into the Andaman islands in the Indian Ocean. It triggered a tsunami that killed at least 175,000 people in 12 countries including Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Sri Lanka and India
  • 11 November 2004 - Yasser Arafat (1929-2004), President of Palestine died
  • 2 November 2004 - US Election Day - President George W. Bush won his second term
  • 29 October 2004 - Sdech Krom Khun Norodom Sihamoni, age 51, son of King Sihanouk and Queen Monineath (formerly Paule Monique Izzi), became new king of Cambodia
  • 22 October 2004 - Tesco Lotus Supercenter Rama I grand opening. First Lotus Center intensively utilized solar cells installed on 60% of rooftop area (7,000 sq.m.) with capital investment of 70 Mil Baht
  • 20 October 2004 - Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, first directly elected president, sworned in as the new President of the Republic of Indonesia, replacing Megawati Soekarnoputri
  • 19 October 2004 - Prime Minister of Myanmar, Lt-Gen Khin Nyunt was removed from post. Lt-Gen Soe Win became new Prime Minister
  • 8 October 2004 - King Norodom Sihanouk of Cambodia abdicated while he resided in Beijing via his letter to the Cambodian government (since April 1941)
  • 9 September 2004 - A massive blast in front of Australian Embassy in Jakarta at 10.15 a.m. killed 7 people and injured 100 others.
  • 13-29 August 2004 - Athens 2004 Olympic Games - Games of the XXVIII Olympiad
  • 12 August 2004 - Singapore has sworn in the son of founding father and architect Lee Kuan Yew as the state's new prime minister replacing Goh Chok Tong in a succession put in place 14 years ago. Lee Hsien Loong is Singapore's third prime minister since it became independent from Malaysia in 1965
  • 3 August 2004 - Statue of Liberty in New York reopened to tourists after long closing from 911 tragedy (11 September 2001)
  • 31 July 2004 - 1st BIMST-EC Summit Meeting in Bangkok
  • 12 July 2004 - Black out almost half the country in Greece
  • 5 July 2004 - Thailand - Australia Free Trade Area (FTA) Agreement signed in Joint Cabinet Meeting in Canberra
  • 3 July 2004 - HM King Bhumibol & HM Queen Sirikit presided over the royal commencement of the MRTA's Bangkok subway (First stone laid by HRH Crown Prince Vajiralongkorn on 19 Nov 1996)
  • 28 June 2004 - Iraq's interim government sworn in after the United States returned sovereignty to the nation two days ahead of schedule
  • 13 April 2004 - First public test run of the MRTA's Bangkok subway
  • 20-21 March 2004 - Thai-Lao Joint Cabinet Retreat, in Pakse & Ubon Ratchathani
  • 1 March 2004 - Thai-Laos Free Trade Area launched
  • 20-21 February 2004 - Thai-Vietnam Joint Cabinet Retreat in Danang (20 Feb) & Nakhon Phanom (21 Feb)
  • 9 February 2004 - Royal Thai Embassy in Phnom Penh reopened after 1 year of restoration
  • Mid January 2004 - Wide spread of Bird Flu (Avian Influenza) in East & South-east Asia
  • 12 January 2004 - Black out (2-3 hours) in Singapore
  • 10 January 2004 - Thai Government started oil price stabilizing measure due to excessive high oil prices in the world market. Retail prices in Bangkok were fixed at 16.99, 16.19, & 14.59 Baht/litre for ULG 95, UGR 91, & HSD respectively.
  • 13 December 2003 - At 20.26 hrs, former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein was captured by the US force in his home town of Tikrit
  • 31 October 2003 - Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad (borned July 10, 1925), Prime Minister of Malaysia retired, ending the two decades of long and stable power (1981-2003)
  • 24 October 2003 - The British Airways Concorde last flight (BA 002) was on this Friday, from New York JFK to London Heathrow (3 hours 30 minutes). (Concorde was in commercial flight for 27 years from 21 Jan 1976 - British Airways commenced commercial supersonic travel from London to Bahrain).
    Last Air France Concorde flight (AF 001) was on 31 May 2003, from New York arrived Paris at 5.45 pm. (AF first concorde flight was from Paris to Rio De Janeiro). The final AF flight was on 14 June 2003 in Paris air-show.
    (sound travels at 1,220 km/hr while concorde travels 2,179 km/hr at 60,000 ft above ground)
  • 20-21 October 2003 - APEC Summit Meeting in Bangkok
  • 12 October 2003 - Two Panda arrived in Chiang Mai Zoo from China PR, female Lin Hui and male Xuang Xuang. The government of PR China gave 1 pair of giant panda as friendship ambassador and celebration of Her Majesty the Queen's 6 cycle birthday anniversary in 2004. Under the 10-year loan program, Lin Hui and Xuang Xuang will be returned to China in 2013. The government of Thailand entrusted the Zoological Park Organization to take responsibility for these very rare giant panda. They are on display at Chiang Mai Zoo in Chiang Mai province.
  • 25 September 2003 - A surge in demand following a heatwave has led Italian electricity firms to order the first country-wide power cuts for up to one and half hours in major cities for the first time in more than 20 years
  • 28 August 2003 - 18:15 PM, for 2.30 hrs, large blackout in London
  • 14 August 2003 - From 4:00 PM, a huge power surge across high-voltage transmission lines knocked out electric service to an estimated 50 million people in eight U.S. Northeast and Midwest states and large areas of Ontario, Canada. It lasted for 30 hours
  • 5 August 2003 - J W Mariott Hotel in Jakarta was heavily damaged by car bomb
  • 1 August 2003 - Thailand celebrated country's freedom from debt to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and other creditors
    • Who did what in the IMF saga
    • 20 August 1997 - IMF approved a stand-by credit deal for Thailand at the Chavalit administration's request. The total bailout was set at US$17.2 billion, then revised to US$14.5 billion.
      However, the central bank withdrawed only US$12 billion from the package, of which US$3.4 billion in IMF lending carried a 2.55-per-cent interest rate. Of the remainder, US$3.4 billion was borrowed at 2.37-per-cent interest from the Japan Bank International Corp. Seven international central banks kicked in US$5.3 billion at 1.38-per-cent interest.
    • Prior to 2 January 2003 - The Chuan and Thaksin administrations repayed US$7.1 billion of the IMF debt on schedule.
    • 2 January 2003 - The Cabinet decided to pay back the remaining US$4.8 billion in four instalments ahead of schedule, beginning in April.
    • 31 July 2003 - The final US$1.6-billion payment was handed over, two years ahead of schedule.
  • 5 June 2003 - The Constitution Court ruled out with immediate effect that all women in Thailand may choose to retain their maiden names after marriage or adopt the family name of their husbands if they wish.
  • 31 May 2003 - Thai-Cambodian Joint Cabinet Retreat, in Siem Riep, Cambodia for the morning session and in Ubon Ratchathani, Thailand for the afternoon session
  • 26 May 2003 - 3rd Cabinet Retreat in Phuket acknowledged the defeat of illegal oil smuggling in Thai waters
  • 19 May 2003 - 2nd Cabinet Retreat in Pattaya terminated the oil price subsidy program and lowered ULG 95 & UGR 91 retail prices by 1.10 Baht/litre and HSD by 1.20 Baht/litre from 20 May 2003
  • 29 April 2003 - ASEAN SARS Summit in Bangkok
  • 9 April 2003 - Day Twenty-One - Coalition forces were in the center of Baghdad with no resistance but with residents' support.
  • 5 April 2003 - Day Seventeen - Coalition forces reached Baghdad with slight resistance.
  • Mid March 2003 - Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome - SARS was warned by WHO with affected areas in China, Taiwan, Hanoi, Singapore, and Toronto.
  • 20 March 2003 - 10.20 AM (Bangkok Time), US President gave order to attack Iraq
  • 18 March 2003 - 8.00 AM (Bangkok Time), US President placed ultimatum for Iraq President to leave position within 48 hours or faced war
  • 8 Feb 2003 - Thai Government's Oil Fund started price stabilizing program due to excessive high oil prices caused by US-Iraq conflict. Retail oil prices in Bangkok were fixed at 16.99, 15.99, & 14.79 Baht/litre for ULG 95, UGR 91, & HSD respectively.
  • 29 Jan 2003 - Royal Thai Embassy in Phnom Phen, Cambodia was stormed and torched.
  • 22 December 2002 - Thai-Malaysian Joint Cabinet Retreat in Hat Yai, Thailand.
    The Prime Minister of Thailand and The Prime Minister of Malaysia and the Cabinet member of Thailand and Malaysia attended a ceremony on the launch of the Thai - Malaysian High-Voltage Direct Current Project in Hat Yai
  • 21 December 2002 - The 5th Thai Cabinet Retreat in Hat Yai.
    The Prime Minister of Thailand and the Prime Minister of Malaysia presided over the launch of the Thai-Malaysian High-Voltage Direct Current Project & the Hari Raya Celebrations in Alor Setar, Kedah, Malaysia
  • 12 Oct 2002 - Big bombs in Bali, Indonesia.
  • 3 October 2002 - Thailand new government administration reform, with 6 new ministries (from 14 to 20 ministries)
  • 15 September - 1 October 2000 - Sydney 2000 Games - Games of the XXVII Olympiad
  • 20 May 2002 - "East Timor" became the 192nd independent country.
  • 1 Jan 2002 - "Euro" launched as the common currency in 12 out of 15 Member States of the European Union (Austria, Belgium, Germany, Greece, Finland, France, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Portugal, Spain - while England, Denmark, Sweden are not participating.)
  • 1 Jan 2002 - "Asean Free Trade Area : AFTA" officially launched in 6 ASEAN member countries with tariffs of 0 - 5% (CLMV countries will consider joining later).
  • 7 Oct 2001 - US & UK launched bombing against terrorism in Afganistan.
  • 11 Sep 2001 - World Trade Center in New York City collasped.
    At approximately 8:50 a.m., terrorists hijacked American Airlines flight 11 and flew it into One World Trade Center, the northern tower in New York City, NY. Eighty-seven innocent passengers and crew aboard the airliner (not counting the terrorists involved) were killed. Moments later, at approximately 9:04 a.m., terrorists flew United Airlines flight 175 into Two World Trade Center, the southern tower. Again, 60 innocent passengers and crew lost their lives.
    At approximately 10:00 a.m., the southern tower collapsed, enveloping lower Manhattan in a cloud of dust, ash, and debris. Thirty minutes later, the northern tower fell. The collapse of the buildings caused a cloud of dust so large that it was seen from space.
    Tragically, more than 2,800 innocent people lost their lives at the site of the World Trade Centers, including the brave firefighters, police officers, and other emergency personnel who responded to the attacks.
  • 1 June 2001 - Nepal's Crown Prince killed nine members of his family before turning the gun on himself. Crown Prince Dipendra, 29, killed King Birendra (55) and Queen Aiswarya, his brother, Prince Nirajan, 22, and sister, 24-year-old Princess Shruti. Also killed were King Birendra's sisters Princesses Shrada and Shanti and his brother-in-law Kumar Khadga. King Birendra's brother, Prince Gyanendra was expected to succeed the throne.
  • 5 December 1999 - Thailand celebrated "The Celebrations on the Auspicious Occasion of His Majesty the King's 6th Cycle Birthday Anniversary 5th December 1999"
  • 5 December 1999 - Bangkok Mass Transit System Public Company Limited, BTS Skytrain in Commemoration of H.M. the King's 6th Cycle Birthday, started operation with 2 main lines, Sukhumvit and Silom lines
  • 2 December 1999 - 4 oil tanks of Thai Oil Refinery in Siracha were burned, causing 7 dead
  • 31 August 1997 - Princess Diana (1961-1997) died in a tragic car accident in Paris
  • 11 July 1997 - Royal Jomthien Resort (17 floors building) in Pattaya was burned down, caused 91 dead
  • 2 July 1997 - Thailand has adopted the managed-float exchange rate regime, of which the value of the Baht is determined by market forces. The Bank of Thailand would intervene in the market only when necessary, in order to prevent excessive volatilities and achieve economic policy targets. The floating regime enhances flexibility and efficiency in monetary policy implementation and increases confidence of domestic and international investors. This is the begining of the Tomyumkung disease which caused Thai economy to collasped.
  • 1 July 1997 - Hong Kong turnovered from Britain to PR China.
  • 8 April 1994 - Frist bridge over Mae Khong River between Thailand - Laos at Nong Khai & Vientiane
  • 13 August 1993 - Royal Plaza Hotel in Nakhon Ratchasima collapsed
  • 13 August 1991 - Lauda Air exploded mid-air in Suphanburi, causing 223 dead
  • 24 September 1990 - LPG truck exploded at Phetchsburi Road, causing 102 dead
  • 1 June 1989 - First 7-Eleven convenience store opened its flagship store at the corner of Patpong Road, invested by Charoen Pokapan Group
  • 19 Oct 1987 - Black Monday in New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)
  • 13 June 1986 - Tantalum factory in Phuket was burned down before open for opetation
  • 2 November 1984 - General Prem government lowered Thai Baht again from 23 Baht/US$ to 27 Baht/US$
  • 22 May 1984 - Queen Rambaibarhni of King Rama 7 passed away
  • 1984 - KFC opened 1st restaurant in Thailand
  • 20 March 1982 - Bomb blasted at Surat Thani City Hall destroyed the entire building
  • April 1982 - 200 years celebration of Bangkok or "Rattanakosin Bicentennial Celebration"
  • 29 July 1981 - Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer married at St.Paul Cathedral in London
  • 15 July 1981 - General Prem Government lowered Thai Baht currency from 21 Baht/US$ to 23 Baht/US$ (8.7% lowered)
  • 8 December 1980 - John Lennon, (9 October 1940 - 8 December 1980, aged 40), was shot dead at around 10:49 p.m., Mark David Chapman shot Lennon in the back four times in the entrance of the Dakota Building where he lived. He was one of the founding members of "The Beatles".
  • 15 April 1980 - General Prem Tinnasulanonda government started strict measures on energy saving, eg. closed TV during 18.30 - 20.00 hrs, stores turned off air-conditioners from 18.00 hrs
  • 21 July 1969 - First man on the moon. American Neil Armstrong has become the first man to walk on the Moon. The astronaut stepped onto the Moon's surface, in the Sea of Tranquility, at 0256 GMT, nearly 20 minutes after first opening the hatch on the Eagle landing craft.
    Armstrong had earlier reported the lunar module's safe landing at 2017 GMT with the words: "Houston, Tranquility Base here. The Eagle has landed."
    As he put his left foot down first Armstrong declared: "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind."
    He described the surface as being like powdered charcoal and the landing craft left a crater about a foot deep.
    He was joined by colleague Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin at 0315 GMT and the two collected data and performed various exercises - including jumping across the landscape - before planting the Stars and Stripes flag at 0341 GMT.
    They also unveiled a plaque bearing President Nixon's signature and an inscription reading: "Here men from the planet Earth first set foot upon the Moon July 1969 AD. We came in peace for all mankind."
  • 22 Nov 1903John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States , was assassinated at 12:30 p.m. Central Standard Time (18:30 UTC ) on Friday, November 22, 1963, in Dealey Plaza, Dallas , Texas Kennedy was fatally shot by a sniper while traveling with his wife Jacqueline, Texas Governor John Connally, and Connally's wife Nellie, in a presidential motorcade. A ten-month investigation from November 1963 to September 1964 by the Warren Commission concluded that Kennedy was assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald , acting alone, and that Jack Ruby also acted alone when he killed Oswald before he could stand trial. Although the Commission's conclusions were initially supported by a majority of the American public,[3] polls conducted between 1966 and 2003 found that as many as 80 percent of Americans have suspected that there was a plot or cover-up . A 1998 CBS News poll showed that 76% of Americans believed Kennedy had been killed as the result of a conspiracy. A 2013 AP poll showed, that although the percentage had fallen, more than 59% of those polled still believed that more than one person was involved in the President's murder. A Gallup Poll in mid-November 2013 showed 61% believed in a conspiracy and 30% thought Oswald did it alone. In contrast to the conclusions of the Warren Commission, the United States House Select Committee on Assassinations (HSCA) concluded in 1978 that Kennedy was probably assassinated as a result of a conspiracy. The HSCA found the original FBI investigation and the Warren Commission Report to be seriously flawed. While agreeing with the Commission that Oswald fired all the shots which caused the wounds to Kennedy and Connally, the HSCA stated that there were at least four shots fired (only three of which could be linked to Oswald) and that there was "...a high probability that two gunmen fired at [the] President." The HSCA did not identify any other person or group involved in the assassination besides Oswald, but they did specifically say the CIA , the Soviet Union , organized crime, and several other groups were not involved, although they could not rule out the involvement of individual members of those groups. Kennedy's assassination is still the subject of widespread debate and has spawned numerous conspiracy theories and alternative scenarios.
  •  

    Dates of Changes in Oil Prices, 1996-2006



    Effective Date Unleaded Super Regular HSD
    01 Jan 1996 8.90 9.00 8.29 8.15
    03 Jan 1996 8.90 9.00 8.29 8.30
    05 Jan 1996 8.80 8.90 8.24 8.30
    09 Jan 1996 8.80 8.90 8.24 8.40
    10 Jan 1996 8.75 8.85 8.24 8.40
    12 Jan 1996 8.70 8.80 8.19 8.40
    17 Jan 1996 8.68 8.80 8.15 8.40
    18 Jan 1996 8.68 8.78 8.15 8.40
    27 Jan 1996 8.65 8.75 8.13 8.34
    03 Feb 1996 8.65 8.75 8.13 8.25
    13 Feb 1996 8.65 8.75 8.13 8.40
    21 Feb 1996 8.65 8.75 8.13 8.55
    24 Feb 1996 8.65 8.75 8.13 8.49
    27 Feb 1996 8.75 8.85 8.23 8.65
    07 Mar 1996 8.88 8.98 8.36 8.55
    19 Mar 1996 8.88 8.98 8.32 8.45
    28 Mar 1996 9.03 9.13 8.48 8.45
    02 Apr 1996 9.18 9.28 8.63 8.40
    11 Apr 1996 9.28 9.38 8.73 8.50
    18 Apr 1996 9.43 9.53 8.88 8.50
    22 Apr 1996 9.43 9.53 8.88 8.40
    26 Apr 1996 9.58 9.68 9.03 8.40
    30 Apr 1996 9.68 9.78 9.13 8.40
    04 May 1996 9.63 9.73 9.08 8.40
    14 May 1996 9.63 9.73 9.08 8.50
    15 May 1996 9.73 9.83 9.18 8.40
    17 May 1996 9.71 9.81 9.16 8.39
    24 May 1996 9.71 9.81 9.16 8.49
    05 Jun 1996 9.61 9.71 9.06 8.44
    12 Jun 1996 9.46 9.56 8.91 8.36
    18 Jun 1996 9.44 9.54 8.89 8.34
    21 Jun 1996 9.34 9.44 8.79 8.27
    05 Jul 1996 9.24 9.34 8.69 8.37
    16 Jul 1996 9.24 9.34 8.69 8.30
    25 Jul 1996 9.16 9.26 8.61 8.30
    08 Aug 1996 9.16 9.26 8.61 8.39
    15 Aug 1996 9.06 9.16 8.61 8.39
    21 Aug 1996 9.06 9.16 8.61 8.49
    02 Sep 1996 9.21 9.31 8.76 8.59
    14 Sep 1996 9.11 9.21 8.71 8.59
    20 Sep 1996 9.11 9.21 8.71 8.69
    01 Oct 1996 9.21 9.31 8.81 8.79
    04 Oct 1996 9.26 9.36 8.86 8.84
    07 Oct 1996 9.31 9.41 8.91 8.94
    13 Oct 1996 9.41 9.51 9.01 9.04
    22 Oct 1996 9.51 9.61 9.11 9.14
    31 Oct 1996 9.50 9.61 9.11 9.11
    18 Nov 1996 9.58 9.69 9.19 9.21
    27 Nov 1996 9.58 9.69 9.19 9.31
    04 Dec 1996 9.58 9.69 9.19 9.41
    09 Dec 1996 9.65 9.76 9.26 9.56
    Effective Date Unleaded Super Regular HSD
    16 Jan 1997 9.65 9.76 9.26 9.46
    18 Jan 1997 9.65 9.76 9.26 9.36
    22 Jan 1997 9.65 9.76 9.26 9.26
    24 Jan 1997 9.60 9.71 9.21 9.06
    14 Feb 1997 9.75 9.86 9.36 8.66
    06 Mar 1997 9.85 9.96 9.46 8.71
    12 Mar 1997 9.95 10.06 9.56 8.71
    18 Mar 1997 9.95 10.06 9.56 8.81
    22 Mar 1997 9.95 9.99 9.56 8.91
    10 Apr 1997 9.83 9.89 9.46 8.86
    19 Apr 1997 9.73 9.79 9.36 8.91
    24 Apr 1997 9.63 9.71 9.26 8.91
    08 May 1997 9.63 9.71 9.26 8.81
    16 May 1997 9.58 9.66 9.21 8.76
    23 May 1997 9.53 9.61 9.16 8.75
    30 May 1997 9.53 9.61 9.16 8.68
    11 Jun 1997 9.48 9.56 9.10 8.63
    14 Jun 1997 9.43 9.51 9.05 8.53
    22 Jun 1997 9.43 9.51 9.05 8.43
    26 Jun 1997 9.43 9.51 9.05 8.30
    10 Jul 1997 9.61 9.69 9.23 8.48
    21 Jul 1997 9.76 9.84 9.38 8.63
    26 Jul 1997 9.91 9.99 9.53 8.78
    02 Aug 1997 10.11 10.19 9.73 8.98
    09 Aug 1997 10.31 10.39 9.93 9.18
    16 Aug 1997 10.60 10.68 10.21 9.44
    23 Aug 1997 10.75 10.83 10.36 9.59
    02 Sep 1997 10.95 11.03 10.56 9.79
    06 Sep 1997 11.25 11.33 10.86 10.09
    13 Sep 1997 11.22 11.30 10.83 10.06
    26 Sep 1997 11.47 11.55 11.08 10.31
    08 Oct 1997 11.67 11.75 11.28 10.46
    15 Oct 1997 12.88 12.96 12.49 11.67
    18 Oct 1997 11.67 11.75 11.28 10.46
    25 Oct 1997 11.92 12.00 11.53 10.71
    01 Nov 1997 12.17 12.25 11.78 10.96
    05 Nov 1997 12.17 12.25 11.78 11.16
    08 Nov 1997 12.37 12.45 11.98 11.16
    15 Nov 1997 12.22 12.30 11.83 11.06
    24 Nov 1997 12.42 12.50 12.03 11.26
    26 Dec 1997 12.52 12.60 12.13 12.46
    Effective Date Unleaded Super Regular HSD
    12 Jan 1998 12.82 12.90 12.43 11.36
    23 Jan 1998 13.12 13.20 12.73 11.51
    26 Jan 1998 13.10 13.18 12.71 11.50
    31 Jan 1998 13.35 13.43 12.96 11.70
    06 Feb 1998 13.05 13.13 12.66 11.40
    11 Feb 1998 12.75 12.83 12.36 11.10
    16 Feb 1998 12.45 12.53 12.06 10.80
    21 Feb 1998 12.15 12.23 11.76 10.60
    25 Feb 1998 13.36 13.44 12.98 10.60
    26 Feb 1998 12.76 12.84 12.37 10.60
    05 Mar 1998 12.46 12.54 12.07 10.40
    13 Mar 1998 12.46 12.54 11.82 10.20
    18 Mar 1998 12.16 12.24 11.52 9.90
    25 Mar 1998 11.96 12.04 11.32 9.70
    18 Apr 1998 12.16 12.24 11.52 9.70
    24 Apr 1998 12.41 12.49 11.77 9.80
    01 May 1998 12.41   11.77 9.80
    13 May 1998 12.66   12.02 9.80
    20 May 1998 12.86   12.22 9.65
    27 May 1998 12.61   11.97 9.40
    01 Jun 1998 12.31   11.67 8.70
    11 Jun 1998 12.51   11.87 8.90
    18 Jun 1998 12.31   11.67 8.80
    27 Jun 1998 12.41   11.77 9.00
    07 Jul 1998 12.16   11.42 8.70
    15 Aug 1998 11.76   11.02 8.85
    19 Aug 1998 11.56   10.87 8.60
    22 Aug 1998 11.31   10.67 8.35
    30 Aug 1998 11.09   10.45 8.19
    03 Sep 1998 10.99   10.22 7.95
    15 Sep 1998 10.99   10.22 8.30
    18 Sep 1998 10.99   10.22 8.50
    22 Sep 1998 11.19   10.47 8.79
    25 Sep 1998 11.35   10.57 8.99
    02 Oct 1998 11.35   10.57 8.89
    06 Oct 1998 11.60   10.82 8.69
    14 Oct 1998 11.35   10.67 8.45
    16 Oct 1998 11.35   10.57 8.29
    20 Oct 1998 11.25   10.37 8.09
    27 Oct 1998 11.15   10.27 7.99
    16 Nov 1998 10.79   9.95 7.89
    19 Nov 1998 10.69   9.85 7.75
    24 Nov 1998 10.49   9.65 7.55
    27 Nov 1998 10.35   9.49 7.45
    03 Dec 1998 10.09   9.24 7.19
    05 Dec 1998 9.99   9.14 7.09
    18 Dec 1998 10.14   9.29 7.24
    22 Dec 1998 10.24   9.39 7.39


    Effective Date ULG 95 UGR 91 HSD
    07 Jan 1999 10.35 9.49 7.59
    15 Jan 1999 10.45 9.65 7.69
    21 Jan 1999 10.45 9.65 7.79
    28 Jan 1999 10.45 9.65 7.67
    02 Feb 1999 10.29 9.39 7.57
    04 Feb 1999 10.15 9.25 7.37
    09 Feb 1999 10.05 9.15 7.17
    23 Feb 1999 10.22 9.32 7.34
    04 Mar 1999 10.39 9.49 7.49
    10 Mar 1999 10.59 9.69 7.69
    17 Mar 1999 10.79 9.89 7.89
    23 Mar 1999 10.99 10.09 8.14
    30 Mar 1999 11.19 10.34 8.39
    01 Apr 1999 10.88 10.06 8.16
    06 Apr 1999 11.18 10.36 8.46
    20 Apr 1999 11.48 10.66 8.76
    06 May 1999 11.74 10.94 8.84
    12 May 1999 11.74 10.94 8.54
    14 May 1999 11.44 10.64 8.54
    20 May 1999 11.24 10.44 8.39
    21 May 1999 11.24 10.44 8.24
    04 Jun 1999 10.94 10.14 8.14
    17 Jun 1999 11.19 10.39 8.34
    23 Jun 1999 11.49 10.69 8.54
    07 Jul 1999 11.79 10.99 8.74
    16 Jul 1999 12.09 11.29 8.94
    22 Jul 1999 12.39 11.59 9.14
    03 Aug 1999 12.69 11.89 9.24
    19 Aug 1999 12.99 12.19 9.54
    08 Sep 1999 13.29 12.49 9.84
    16 Sep 1999 13.59 12.79 10.14
    25 Sep 1999 13.59 12.79 10.44
    29 Sep 1999 13.89 13.09 10.74
    02 Oct 1999 13.89 13.09 11.04
    06 Oct 1999 13.89 13.09 10.54
    08 Oct 1999 13.59 12.79 10.54
    12 Oct 1999 13.29 12.49 10.34
    15 Oct 1999 13.29 12.49 10.19
    20 Oct 1999 13.09 12.29 9.89
    22 Oct 1999 12.99 12.19 9.79
    27 Oct 1999 13.29 12.49 10.09
    03 Nov 1999 13.19 12.39 9.99
    05 Nov 1999 13.19 12.39 9.89
    12 Nov 1999 13.49 12.69 10.19
    18 Nov 1999 13.49 12.69 10.39
    24 Nov 1999 13.79 12.99 10.69
    02 Dec 1999 13.59 12.79 10.59
    21 Dec 1999 13.79 12.99 10.79
    Effective Date ULG 95 UGR 91 HSD
    06 Jan 2000 13.79 12.99 11.02
    21 Jan 2000 14.09 13.29 11.22
    26 Jan 2000 14.39 13.59 11.52
    08 Feb 2000 14.39 13.59 11.32
    15 Feb 2000 14.69 13.89 11.52
    18 Feb 2000 14.99 14.19 11.82
    03 Mar 2000 15.29 14.49 12.12
    07 Mar 2000 15.59 14.79 12.42
    09 Mar 2000 15.99 15.19 12.82
    14 Mar 2000 15.69 14.89 12.82
    17 Mar 2000 15.44 14.44 12.57
    18 Mar 2000 15.24 14.24 12.57
    23 Mar 2000 14.99 13.99 12.37
    25 Mar 2000 14.69 13.69 12.17
    01 Apr 2000 14.39 13.39 11.87
    05 Apr 2000 14.19 13.19 11.67
    12 Apr 2000 13.99 12.99 11.37
    19 Apr 2000 13.99 12.99 11.12
    25 Apr 2000 14.29 13.29 11.12
    03 May 2000 14.59 13.59 11.42
    08 May 2000 14.89 13.89 11.42
    12 May 2000 15.09 14.09 11.72
    17 May 2000 15.39 14.39 12.02
    23 May 2000 15.69 14.69 12.22
    26 May 2000 15.39 14.39 12.02
    01 Jun 2000 15.39 14.39 12.32
    14 Jun 2000 15.69 14.69 12.62
    20 Jun 2000 15.69 14.69 12.42
    27 Jun 2000 15.89 14.89 12.72
    29 Jun 2000 15.89 14.89 12.99
    21 Jul 2000 16.19 15.19 13.29
    08 Aug 2000 16.49 15.49 13.59
    16 Aug 2000 16.79 15.79 13.89
    01 Sep 2000 16.79 15.79 13.64
    07 Sep 2000 16.79 15.79 13.94
    09 Sep 2000 16.79 15.79 14.24
    20 Sep 2000 16.79 15.79 14.64
    26 Sep 2000 16.49 15.49 14.64
    29 Sep 2000 16.19 15.19 14.44
    14 Oct 2000 16.49 15.49 14.74
    17 Oct 2000 16.79 15.79 15.04
    01 Nov 2000 16.49 15.49 15.04
    04 Nov 2000 16.49 15.49 14.74
    07 Nov 2000 16.49 15.49 14.44
    09 Nov 2000 16.49 15.49 14.14
    14 Nov 2000 16.49 15.49 14.44
    17 Nov 2000 16.79 15.79 14.74
    22 Nov 2000 17.09 16.09 15.04
    01 Dec 2000 17.09 16.09 14.74
    07 Dec 2000 16.79 15.79 14.44
    08 Dec 2000 16.49 15.49 14.14
    13 Dec 2000 16.49 15.49 13.94
    16 Dec 2000 16.49 15.49 13.64
    19 Dec 2000 16.19 15.19 13.64
    21 Dec 2000 15.89 14.89 13.64
    22 Dec 2000 15.89 14.89 13.44
    26 Dec 2000 15.59 14.59 13.14
    Effective Date ULG 95 UGR 91 HSD
    09 Jan 2001 15.59 14.59 13.44
    13 Jan 2001 15.89 14.89 13.64
    17 Jan 2001 16.19 15.19 13.64
    23 Jan 2001 15.99 14.99 13.44
    02 Feb 2001 16.29 15.29 13.14
    07 Feb 2001 16.59 15.59 13.34
    15 Feb 2001 16.29 15.29 13.34
    20 Feb 2001 16.29 15.29 13.14
    27 Feb 2001 16.29 15.29 12.94
    10 Mar 2001 16.59 15.59 13.24
    16 Mar 2001 16.39 15.39 13.04
    22 Mar 2001 16.09 15.09 13.04
    28 Mar 2001 16.09 15.09 13.34
    06 Apr 2001 16.39 15.39 13.64
    12 Apr 2001 16.69 15.69 13.94
    14 Apr 2001 16.99 15.99 14.24
    19 Apr 2001 17.29 16.29 14.54
    26 Apr 2001 17.59 16.59 14.54
    01 May 2001 17.29 16.29 14.54
    19 May 2001 17.09 16.09 14.54
    29 May 2001 16.79 15.79 14.54
    02 Jun 2001 16.49 15.49 14.54
    05 Jun 2001 16.29 15.29 14.34
    09 Jun 2001 15.99 14.99 14.14
    15 Jun 2001 15.99 14.99 14.44
    22 Jun 2001 15.69 14.69 14.44
    27 Jun 2001 15.39 14.39 14.24
    29 Jun 2001 15.19 14.19 14.04
    03 Jul 2001 14.99 13.99 13.84
    10 Jul 2001 15.29 14.29 14.14
    13 Jul 2001 14.99 13.99 14.14
    18 Jul 2001 14.99 13.99 13.84
    21 Jul 2001 14.79 13.79 13.64
    07 Aug 2001 15.09 14.09 13.94
    11 Aug 2001 15.39 14.39 14.24
    15 Aug 2001 15.09 14.09 13.94
    24 Aug 2001 15.39 14.39 13.94
    31 Aug 2001 15.69 14.69 14.14
    5 Sept 2001 15.99 14.99 13.94
    8 Sept 2001 16.29 15.29 13.94
    17 Sept 2001 16.59 15.59 14.24
    19 Sept 2001 16.89 15.89 14.54
    20 Sept 2001 16.89 15.89 14.24
    21 Sept 2001 16.59 15.59 14.24
    22 Sept 2001 16.29 15.29 14.24
    25 Sept 2001 15.99 14.99 13.94
    27 Sept 2001 15.69 14.69 13.64
    2 Oct 2001 15.39 14.39 13.64
    5 Oct 2001 15.09 14.09 13.49
    6 Oct 2001 14.79 13.79 13.19
    11 Oct 2001 14.49 13.49 13.19
    18 Oct 2001 14.19 13.19 13.19
    20 Oct 2001 13.99 12.99 12.99
    31 Oct 2001 13.79 12.79 12.79
    1 Nov 2001 13.59 12.59 12.59
    10 Nov 2001 13.29 12.29 12.29
    20 Nov 2001 12.99 11.99 11.99
    22 Nov 2001 12.99 11.99 11.79
    1 Dec 2001 13.29 12.29 11.59
    4 Dec 2001 13.29 12.29 11.29
    7 Dec 2001 13.59 12.59 11.29
    13 Dec 2001 13.59 12.59 10.99
    21 Dec 2001 13.89 12.89 11.29
    Effective Date ULG 95 UGR 91 HSD
    5 Jan 2002 13.59 12.59 11.59
    18 Jan 2002 13.39 12.39 11.39
    30 Jan 2002 13.69 12.69 11.69
    12 Feb 2002 13.99 12.99 11.69
    16 Feb 2002 14.29 13.29 11.99
    7 Mar 2002 14.59 13.59 11.99
    12 Mar 2002 14.89 13.89 12.29
    19 Mar 2002 15.19 14.19 12.59
    30 Mar 2002 15.49 14.49 12.89
    3 Apr 2002 15.79 14.79 13.19
    6 Apr 2002 16.09 15.09 13.49
    29 May 2002 15.79 14.79 13.29
    1 Jun 2002 15.49 14.49 13.09
    14 Jun 2002 15.19 14.19 12.79
    11 Jul 2002 14.99 13.99 12.79
    2 Aug 2002 15.29 14.29 13.09
    10 Aug 2002 14.99 13.99 12.79
    16 Aug 2002 15.19 14.19 13.09
    22 Aug 2002 15.39 14.39 13.39
    7 Sept 2002 15.69 14.69 13.69
    21 Sept 2002 15.99 14.99 13.99
    26 Sept 2002 16.29 15.29 14.29
    9 Oct 2002 16.49 15.49 14.59
    25 Oct 2002 16.09 15.09 14.59
    30 Oct 2002 15.79 14.79 14.39
    8 Nov 2002 15.59 14.59 14.19
    12 Nov 2002 15.59 14.59 13.89
    16 Nov 2002 15.29 14.29 13.59
    5 Dec 2002 15.59 14.59 13.89
    12 Dec 2002 15.59 14.59 13.69
    20 Dec 2002 15.89 14.89 13.99
    25 Dec 2002 16.19 15.19 14.29
    28 Dec 2002 16.49 15.49 14.59
    Effective Date ULG 95 UGR 91 HSD
    7 Jan 2003 16.79 15.79 14.59
    22 Jan 2003 16.99 15.99 14.79
    1 Feb 2003 17.29 16.29 15.09
    Price Stabilizing Period, 8 Feb-19 May 2003
    8 Feb 2003 16.99 15.99 14.79
    18 Apr 2003 16.69 15.69 14.49
    Detailed Daily Price Changes 8 Feb - 19 May 2003
    20 May 2003 15.59 14.59 13.29
    31 May 2003 15.09 14.09 12.79
    11 Jun 2003 15.49 14.49 12.79
    14 Jun 2003 15.79 14.79 13.09
    19 Jun 2003 15.49 14.49 12.79
    2 Jul 2003 15.79 14.79 13.09
    8 Jul 2003 16.09 15.09 12.79
    12 Jul 2003 16.39 15.39 12.99
    18 Jul 2003 16.69 15.69 12.99
    24 Jul 2003 16.69 15.69 13.19
    2 Aug 2003 16.99 15.99 13.39
    8 Aug 2003 17.29 16.29 13.69
    30 Aug 2003 16.99 15.99 13.99
    6 Sep 2003 16.69 15.79 13.79
    12 Sep 2003 16.39 15.49 13.59
    19 Sep 2003 16.09 15.19 13.59
    24 Sep 2003 15.79 14.89 13.29
    8 Oct 2003 16.09 15.19 13.59
    15 Oct 2003 16.39 15.49 13.79
    18 Oct 2003 16.69 15.79 14.09
    1 Nov 2003 16.39 15.59 13.79
    12 Nov 2003 16.69 15.89 14.09
    21 Nov 2003 16.69 15.89 14.39
    10 Dec 2003 16.99 16.19 14.39
    16 Dec 2003 17.29 16.49 14.39
    Effective Date ULG 95 UGR 91 HSD
    8 Jan 2004 17.79 16.99 14.69
    Price Stabilizing Period, Starting 10 Jan 2004
    10 Jan 2004 16.99 16.19 14.59
    7 May 2004 17.59 16.79 14.59
    8 Jun 2004 18.19 17.39 14.59
    18 Jun 2004 18.79 17.99 14.59
    29 Jul 2004 19.39 18.59 14.59
    6 Aug 2004 19.99 19.19 14.59
    11 Aug 2004 20.59 19.79 14.59
    17 Aug 2004 21.19 20.39 14.59
    24 Aug 2004 21.79 20.99 14.59
    20 Oct 2004 22.39 21.59 14.59
    Fully Floated of ULG95 & UGR91 prices HSD price stabilized
    21 Oct 2004 22.39 21.59 14.59
    4 Nov 2004 21.99 21.19 14.59
    12 Nov 2004 21.59 20.79 14.59
    19 Nov 2004 21.19 20.39 14.59
    4 Dec 2004 20.79 19.99 14.59
    8 Dec 2004 20.39 19.59 14.59
    10 Dec 2004 19.99 19.19 14.59
    14 Dec 2004 19.59 18.79 14.59
    17 Dec 2004 19.29 18.49 14.59
    22 Dec 2004 - Esso 19.49 18.69 14.59
    24 Dec 2004 - Esso 19.29 18.49 14.59
    26 Jan 2005 19.69 18.89 14.59
    15 Feb 2005 20.09 19.29 14.59
    18 Feb 2005 20.49 19.69 14.59
    22 Feb 2005 20.49 19.69 15.19
    23 Feb 2005 20.89 20.09 15.19
    1 Mar 2005 21.29 20.49 15.19
    5 Mar 2005 21.69 20.89 15.19
    11 Mar 2005 22.09 21.29 15.19
    23 Mar 2005 22.09 21.29 18.19
    5 Apr 2005 22.49 21.69 18.19
    9 Apr 2005 - excl. PTT 22.89 22.09 18.19
    12 Apr 2005 - PTT 22.89 22.09 18.19
    23 Apr 2005 - excl. PTT 23.24 22.44 18.19
    26 Apr 2005 - PTT 23.24 22.44 18.19
    30 Apr 2005 22.94 22.14 18.19
    5 May 2005 22.54 21.74 18.19
    17 May 2005 22.14 21.34 18.19
    Managed-float of HSD from 1 June 2005
    7 Jun 2005 22.54 21.74 18.19
    8 Jun 2005 - excl. PTT 22.54 21.74 18.69
    9 Jun 2005 - PTT 22.54 21.74 18.59
    11 Jun 2005 - excl. PTT 22.54 21.74 18.99
    14 Jun 2005 22.94 22.14 18.99
    17 Jun 2005 23.34 22.54 19.39 PTT
    19.79 Others
    21 Jun 2005 23.74 22.94 19.79 PTT
    20.19 Others
    24 Jun 2005 24.14 23.34 20.19 PTT
    20.59 Others
    27 Jun 2005 24.54 23.74 20.59 PTT
    20.99 Others
    30 Ju 2005 24.94 24.14 20.99 PTT
    21.39 Others
    4 Jul 2005 24.94 24.14 21.29 PTT
    6 Jul 2005 - excl. PTT 25.34 24.54 21.79
    6 Jul 2005 - PTT 25.34 24.54 21.69 PTT
    21.79 TPI
    11 Jul 2005 - excl. PTT 25.74 24.94 22.09
    12 Jul 2005 - PTT 25.74 24.94 22.09
    Fully float of HSD from 12 July 2005
    13 Jul 2005 25.74 24.94 22.99
    16 Jul 2005 - excl. PTT 25.74 24.94 23.39
    19 Jul 2005 - excl. PTT 25.74 24.94 22.99
    30 Jul 2005 25.74 24.94 22.59
    11 Aug 2005 26.14 25.34 22.99
    29 Aug 2005 26.54 25.74 23.39
    3 Sep 2005 - excl. PTT 26.94 26.14 23.39
    4 Sep 2005 - PTT 26.94 26.14 23.39
    9 Sep 2005 - excl. PTT 27.34 26.54 23.79
    10 Sep 2005 - PTT 27.34 26.54 23.79
    17 Sep 2005 - excl. PTT 27.74 26.94 24.19
    18 Sep 2005 - PTT 27.74 26.94 24.19
    10 Oct 2005 27.34 26.54 24.19
    21 Oct 2005 26.94 26.14 23.79
    26 Oct 2005 26.54 25.74 23.79
    28 Oct 2005 26.14 25.34 23.79
    1 Nov 2005 25.64 24.84 23.39
    9 Nov 2005 25.64 24.84 23.09
    14 Nov 2005 25.64 24.84 22.69
    17 Nov 2005 25.24 24.44 22.69
    17 Nov 2005 BCP lowered Gasohol 91 = 0.20 Baht/litre so that Gasohol 91 is 1.20 Baht/litre lower than Gasoline 91 for 3 months
    30 Nov 2005 24.84 24.04 22.69
    9 Dec 2005 25.24 24.44 22.69
    15 Dec 2005 25.64 24.84 23.09
    24 Dec 2005 26.04 25.24 23.49
    24 Dec 2005 26.04 25.24 23.49



    PTT DATE OF CHANGESULG95UGR9195 E1091 E1095 E2095 E85HSDHSD B5DIESEL PALMNGV
    26 Jan 2005 06:0019.6918.8918.9414.5914.097.64
    15 Feb 2005 06:0020.0919.2918.5914.5914.097.64
    18 Feb 2005 06:0020.4919.6918.5914.5914.097.64
    22 Feb 2005 06:0020.4919.6918.9915.1914.697.96
    23 Feb 2005 06:0020.8920.0919.3915.1914.697.96
    01 Mar 2005 06:0021.2920.4919.7915.1914.697.96
    05 Mar 2005 06:0021.6920.8920.1915.1914.697.96
    11 Mar 2005 06:0022.0921.2920.5915.1914.697.96
    23 Mar 2005 06:0022.0921.2920.5918.1917.699.53
    05 Apr 2005 06:0022.4921.6920.9918.1917.699.53
    12 Apr 2005 06:0022.8922.0921.3918.1917.699.53
    26 Apr 2005 06:0023.2422.4421.7418.1917.699.53
    30 Apr 2005 06:0022.9422.1421.4418.1917.699.53
    05 May 2005 06:0022.5421.7421.0418.1917.699.53
    17 May 2005 06:0022.1421.3420.6418.1917.698.50
    07 Jun 2005 06:0022.5421.7421.0418.1917.698.50
    09 Jun 2005 06:0022.5421.7421.0418.5918.098.50
    14 Jun 2005 06:0022.9422.1421.4418.9918.498.50
    17 Jun 2005 06:0023.3422.5421.8419.3918.898.50
    21 Jun 2005 06:0023.7422.9422.2419.7919.298.50
    24 Jun 2005 06:0024.1423.3422.6420.1919.698.50
    27 Jun 2005 06:0024.5423.7423.0420.5920.098.50
    30 Jun 2005 06:0024.9424.1423.4420.9920.498.50
    04 Jul 2005 06:0024.9424.1423.4421.2920.798.50
    07 Jul 2005 06:0025.3424.5423.8421.6921.198.50
    12 Jul 2005 06:0025.7424.9424.2422.0921.598.50
    13 Jul 2005 06:0025.7424.9424.2422.9922.498.50
    30 Jul 2005 06:0025.7424.9424.2422.5922.098.50
    11 Aug 2005 06:0026.1425.3424.6422.9922.498.50
    29 Aug 2005 06:0026.5425.7425.0423.3922.898.50
    04 Sep 2005 05:0026.9426.1425.4423.3922.898.50
    10 Sep 2005 05:0027.3426.5425.8423.7923.298.50
    18 Sep 2005 05:0027.7426.9426.2424.1923.698.50
    10 Oct 2005 05:0027.3426.5425.8424.1923.698.50
    21 Oct 2005 05:0026.9426.1425.4423.7923.298.50
    26 Oct 2005 05:0026.5425.7425.0423.7923.298.50
    28 Oct 2005 05:0026.1425.3424.6423.7923.298.50
    01 Nov 2005 03:0025.6424.8424.1423.3922.898.50
    09 Nov 2005 05:0025.6424.8424.1423.0922.598.50
    14 Nov 2005 05:0025.6424.8424.1422.6922.198.50
    17 Nov 2005 05:0025.2424.4423.7422.6922.198.50
    30 Nov 2005 05:0024.8424.0423.3422.6922.198.50
    09 Dec 2005 05:0025.2424.4423.7422.6922.198.50
    15 Dec 2005 05:0025.6424.8424.1423.0922.598.50
    24 Dec 2005 05:0026.0425.2424.5423.4922.998.50
    PTT DATE OF CHANGESULG95UGR9195 E1091 E1095 E2095 E85HSDHSD B5DIESEL PALMNGV
    07 Jan 2006 05:0026.4425.6424.9423.8923.398.50
    11 Jan 2006 05:0026.8426.0425.3424.2923.798.50
    25 Jan 2006 05:0027.2426.4425.7424.6924.198.50
    03 Feb 2006 05:0026.8426.0425.3424.2923.798.50
    10 Feb 2006 05:0026.4425.6424.9424.2923.798.50
    16 Feb 2006 05:0026.0425.2424.5424.2923.798.50
    22 Feb 2006 05:0026.4425.6424.9424.6924.198.50
    04 Mar 2006 05:0026.7425.9425.2425.0924.598.50
    09 Mar 2006 05:0026.7425.9425.2425.4924.998.50
    18 Mar 2006 05:0027.1426.3425.6425.4924.998.50
    01 Apr 2006 05:0027.5426.7426.0425.8925.398.50
    09 Apr 2006 05:0027.9427.1426.4426.2925.798.50
    23 Apr 2006 05:0028.3427.5426.8426.6926.198.50
    28 Apr 2006 05:0028.3427.5426.8425.6925.198.50
    05 May 2006 05:0028.8428.0427.3426.1925.698.50
    20 May 2006 05:0029.3928.5927.8926.7426.248.50
    03 Jun 2006 05:0029.7928.9928.2927.1426.648.50
    18 Jun 2006 05:0029.7928.9928.2927.5427.048.50
    23 Jun 2006 05:0029.3928.5927.8927.5427.048.50
    02 Jul 2006 05:0029.7928.9928.2927.5427.048.50
    11 Jul 2006 05:0030.1929.3928.6927.9427.448.50
    26 Jul 2006 05:0029.7928.9928.2927.5427.048.50
    01 Aug 2006 05:0030.1929.3928.6927.5427.048.50
    16 Aug 2006 05:0029.7928.9928.2927.5427.048.50
    19 Aug 2006 05:0029.3928.5927.8927.5427.048.50
    26 Aug 2006 05:0028.9928.1927.4927.5427.048.50
    31 Aug 2006 05:0028.4927.6926.9927.5427.048.50
    05 Sep 2006 05:0028.0927.2926.5927.1426.648.50
    07 Sep 2006 05:0027.6926.8926.1927.1426.648.50
    09 Sep 2006 05:0027.1926.3925.6926.7426.248.50
    12 Sep 2006 05:0026.7925.9925.2926.7426.248.50
    14 Sep 2006 05:0026.3925.5924.8926.2425.748.50
    16 Sep 2006 05:0026.3925.5924.8925.7425.248.50
    19 Sep 2006 05:0026.3925.5924.8925.3424.848.50
    23 Sep 2006 05:0025.9925.1924.4924.9424.448.50
    27 Sep 2006 05:0025.9925.1924.4924.5424.048.50
    06 Oct 2006 05:0025.5924.7924.0924.1423.648.50
    25 Oct 2006 05:0025.2924.4923.7923.8423.348.50
    28 Oct 2006 05:0025.6924.8924.1924.2423.748.50
    03 Nov 2006 05:0025.2924.4923.7923.8423.348.50
    14 Nov 2006 05:0025.6924.8924.1923.8423.348.50
    02 Dec 2006 05:0026.0925.2924.5924.2423.748.50
    07 Dec 2006 05:0026.0925.2924.5923.7423.248.50
    16 Dec 2006 05:0026.0925.2924.5923.3422.848.50
    23 Dec 2006 05:0026.4925.6924.9923.3422.848.50
    PTT DATE OF CHANGESULG95UGR9195 E1091 E1095 E2095 E85HSDHSD B5DIESEL PALMNGV
    06 Jan 2007 05:0026.4925.6924.9922.9422.448.50
    09 Jan 2007 05:0025.9925.1924.4922.9422.448.50
    13 Jan 2007 05:0025.5924.7924.0922.5422.048.50
    19 Jan 2007 05:0025.1924.3923.6922.5422.048.50
    03 Feb 2007 05:0025.5924.7924.0922.9422.448.50
    07 Feb 2007 05:0025.5924.7923.7922.9422.448.50
    08 Feb 2007 05:0025.5924.7923.7923.3422.848.50
    21 Feb 2007 05:0025.5924.7923.7922.9422.448.50
    24 Feb 2007 05:0025.9925.1924.1922.9422.448.50
    01 Mar 2007 05:0026.3925.5924.5923.3422.848.50
    04 Mar 2007 05:0026.7925.9924.7923.3422.848.50
    07 Mar 2007 05:0026.7925.9924.7923.3422.648.50
    08 Mar 2007 05:0027.1926.3925.1923.3422.648.50
    13 Mar 2007 05:0027.5926.7925.5923.7423.048.50
    17 Mar 2007 05:0027.5926.7925.0924.7923.7423.048.50
    29 Mar 2007 04:5927.9927.1925.4925.1924.1423.448.50
    04 Apr 2007 05:0028.3927.5925.8925.5924.5423.848.50
    11 Apr 2007 05:0028.7927.9926.2925.9924.9424.248.50
    26 Apr 2007 05:0029.1928.3926.6926.3925.3424.648.50
    03 May 2007 05:0029.5928.7926.6926.3925.3424.648.50
    12 May 2007 05:0029.9929.1926.6926.3925.3424.648.50
    19 May 2007 05:0030.3929.5927.0926.7925.3424.648.50
    02 Jun 2007 05:0029.9929.1926.6926.3925.3424.648.50
    07 Jul 2007 05:0030.3929.5926.8926.3925.3424.648.50
    11 Jul 2007 05:0030.3929.5926.8926.3925.7425.048.50
    14 Jul 2007 05:0029.9929.1926.4925.6925.7425.048.50
    19 Jul 2007 05:0029.5928.7926.0925.2925.7425.048.50
    27 Jul 2007 05:0029.1928.3925.6924.8925.7425.048.50
    04 Aug 2007 05:0028.7927.9925.2924.4925.7425.048.50
    09 Aug 2007 05:0028.3927.5924.8924.0925.3424.648.50
    01 Sep 2007 05:0028.7927.9925.2924.4925.7425.048.50
    08 Sep 2007 05:0029.1928.3925.6924.8926.1425.448.50
    13 Sep 2007 05:0029.1928.3925.6924.8926.5425.848.50
    18 Sep 2007 05:0029.5928.7926.0925.2926.9426.248.50
    22 Sep 2007 05:0029.9929.1926.4925.6927.3426.648.50
    17 Oct 2007 05:0030.3929.5926.8926.0927.3426.648.50
    23 Oct 2007 05:0030.7929.9927.2926.4927.7427.048.50
    31 Oct 2007 05:0031.1930.3927.6926.8928.1427.148.50
    09 Nov 2007 05:0031.6930.8928.1927.3928.6427.648.50
    14 Nov 2007 04:5931.6930.8928.1927.3928.6427.948.50
    14 Nov 2007 05:0031.9931.1928.4927.6928.9427.948.50
    15 Nov 2007 04:5931.9931.1928.4927.6928.9427.948.50
    17 Nov 2007 05:0032.4931.1928.4927.6928.9427.948.50
    23 Nov 2007 05:0032.8931.5928.8928.0929.3428.348.50
    05 Dec 2007 05:0032.4931.1928.4927.6928.9427.948.50
    26 Dec 2007 05:0032.8931.5928.8928.0929.3428.348.50
    PTT DATE OF CHANGESULG95UGR9195 E1091 E1095 E2095 E85HSDHSD B5Diesel PalmNGV
    01 Jan 2008 05:0032.8931.5928.8928.0927.2929.3428.348.50
    03 Jan 2008 05:0033.2931.9929.2928.4927.2929.7428.748.50
    08 Jan 2008 05:0033.6932.3929.6928.8927.6929.7428.748.50
    17 Jan 2008 05:0033.2931.9929.2928.4927.2929.3428.348.50
    22 Jan 2008 05:0032.8931.5928.8928.0926.8929.3428.348.50
    24 Jan 2008 05:0032.4931.1928.4927.6926.4928.9427.948.50
    30 Jan 2008 05:0032.7931.6928.7927.9926.7929.1428.348.50
    01 Feb 2008 05:0032.7931.6928.7927.9926.7929.1428.648.50
    15 Feb 2008 05:0032.7931.6928.7927.9926.7929.1428.6428.648.50
    21 Feb 2008 05:0033.1932.0929.1928.3927.1929.5429.0429.048.50
    28 Feb 2008 05:0033.5932.4929.5928.7927.5929.9429.4429.448.50
    13 Mar 2008 05:0034.0932.9930.0929.2928.0929.9429.4429.448.50
    15 Mar 2008 05:0034.5933.4930.5929.7928.5929.9429.4429.448.50
    16 Mar 2008 05:0034.5933.4930.5929.7928.5930.4429.9429.948.50
    18 Mar 2008 05:0034.5933.4930.5929.7928.5930.9430.2430.248.50
    22 Mar 2008 05:0034.0932.9930.0929.2928.0930.9430.2430.248.50
    01 Apr 2008 05:0034.5933.4930.5929.7928.5931.4430.7430.748.50
    09 Apr 2008 05:0035.0933.9931.0930.2929.0931.4430.7430.748.50
    11 Apr 2008 05:0035.0933.9931.0930.2929.0931.9431.2431.248.50
    19 Apr 2008 05:0035.5934.4931.5930.7929.5932.4431.7431.748.50
    23 Apr 2008 05:0036.0934.9932.0931.2930.0932.4431.7431.748.50
    24 Apr 2008 05:0036.0934.9932.0931.2930.0932.9432.2432.248.50
    30 Apr 2008 05:0036.5935.4932.5931.7930.5933.4432.7432.748.50
    08 May 2008 05:0037.0935.9933.0932.2931.0933.9433.2433.248.50
    12 May 2008 05:0037.5936.4933.5932.7931.5934.4433.7433.748.50
    14 May 2008 05:0038.0936.9934.0933.2932.0934.4433.7433.748.50
    17 May 2008 05:0038.5937.4934.5933.7932.5934.9434.2434.248.50
    19 May 2008 05:0038.5937.4934.5933.7932.5935.4434.7434.748.50
    21 May 2008 05:0039.0937.9935.0934.2933.0935.4434.7434.748.50
    22 May 2008 05:0039.0937.9935.0934.2933.0935.9435.2435.248.50
    24 May 2008 05:0039.5938.4935.5934.7933.5936.6435.9435.948.50
    25 May 2008 05:0039.5938.4935.5934.7933.5937.6436.9436.948.50
    28 May 2008 05:0040.0938.9936.0935.2934.0938.3437.6437.648.50
    29 May 2008 05:0040.0938.9936.0935.2934.0939.0438.3438.348.50
    31 May 2008 05:0040.0938.9935.3934.5933.3939.0438.3438.348.50
    09 Jun 2008 05:0040.7939.6936.0935.2934.0939.7439.0439.048.50
    11 Jun 2008 05:0041.5940.4936.8936.0934.8940.5439.8439.848.50
    13 Jun 2008 05:0041.5940.4936.8936.0935.5941.3440.6440.648.50
    15 Jun 2008 05:0042.0940.9937.3936.5936.0941.8441.1441.148.50
    30 Jun 2008 05:0042.8941.7938.1937.3936.8942.6441.9441.948.50
    03 Jul 2008 05:0043.2942.1938.5937.7937.2943.4442.7442.748.50
    07 Jul 2008 05:0043.8942.7939.1938.3937.8944.2443.5443.548.50
    10 Jul 2008 05:0042.1938.5937.7937.2944.2443.5443.548.50
    11 Jul 2008 05:0041.7938.1937.3936.8944.2443.5443.548.50
    18 Jul 2008 05:0041.1937.5936.7936.2943.6442.9442.948.50
    20 Jul 2008 05:0040.3936.7935.9935.4943.0442.3442.348.50
    22 Jul 2008 05:0039.3935.7934.9934.4942.2441.5441.548.50
    25 Jul 2008 12:0138.5931.0930.2929.7938.7438.2438.248.50
    29 Jul 2008 05:0038.5931.0930.2929.7937.9437.4437.448.50
    30 Jul 2008 05:0037.9930.4929.6929.1937.9437.4437.448.50
    01 Aug 2008 05:0037.9930.4929.6929.1937.4436.9436.948.50
    02 Aug 2008 05:0037.9930.4929.6929.1937.4436.7436.748.50
    05 Aug 2008 05:0037.9930.4929.6929.1936.8436.1436.148.50
    06 Aug 2008 05:0037.4929.9929.1928.6935.8435.1435.148.50
    09 Aug 2008 05:0037.4929.9929.1928.6935.0434.3434.348.50
    12 Aug 2008 05:0036.8929.3928.5928.0934.2433.5433.548.50
    14 Aug 2008 05:0036.2928.7927.9927.4933.6432.9432.948.50
    19 Aug 2008 05:0036.2928.7927.9927.4933.0432.3432.348.50
    29 Aug 2008 05:0036.2928.7927.9927.4920.1933.0432.3432.348.50
    04 Sep 2008 05:0036.2928.7927.9927.4920.1932.4431.7431.748.50
    12 Sep 2008 05:0036.2928.7927.9927.4920.1931.8431.1431.148.50
    17 Sep 2008 05:0035.7928.2927.4926.9919.6931.3430.6430.648.50
    19 Sep 2008 05:0035.1927.6926.8926.3919.0930.7430.0430.048.50
    01 Oct 2008 05:0034.5927.0926.2925.7918.4930.1429.4429.448.50
    05 Oct 2008 05:0034.1927.0926.2925.7918.4929.5428.8428.848.50
    07 Oct 2008 05:0033.7926.8926.0925.5918.2928.7428.0428.048.50
    09 Oct 2008 05:0033.7926.8926.0925.5918.2928.1427.4427.448.50
    11 Oct 2008 05:0033.3926.4925.6925.1918.2927.5426.8426.848.50
    14 Oct 2008 05:0032.9926.4925.6925.1918.2926.7426.0426.048.50
    15 Oct 2008 05:0031.9925.4924.6924.6918.2925.7425.0425.048.50
    18 Oct 2008 05:0030.9924.4923.6923.6918.2924.7424.0424.048.50
    21 Oct 2008 05:0030.3923.8923.0923.0918.2923.9423.2423.248.50
    25 Oct 2008 05:0029.3923.8923.0922.5918.2923.4422.4422.448.50
    29 Oct 2008 05:0028.5923.2922.4921.9918.2923.4422.4422.448.50
    30 Oct 2008 05:0028.5923.2922.4921.9918.2922.8421.8421.848.50
    05 Nov 2008 05:0027.7922.6921.8921.3918.2922.8421.8421.848.50
    08 Nov 2008 05:0026.9921.8921.0920.5918.2922.8421.8421.848.50
    11 Nov 2008 05:0026.1921.0920.2919.7918.2922.8421.8421.848.50
    15 Nov 2008 05:0025.3920.2919.4918.9918.2922.2421.2421.248.50
    19 Nov 2008 05:0024.5919.8919.0918.5918.2922.2420.7420.748.50
    22 Nov 2008 05:0023.7919.0918.2917.7918.2921.6420.1420.148.50
    25 Nov 2008 05:0022.9918.2917.4916.9918.2921.0419.5419.548.50
    02 Dec 2008 05:0022.5917.8917.0916.5918.2921.0419.5419.548.50
    05 Dec 2008 05:0022.1917.4916.6916.1918.2920.4418.9418.948.50
    09 Dec 2008 05:0021.3916.8916.0915.5918.2919.8418.3418.348.50
    16 Dec 2008 05:0021.3916.8916.0915.5918.2919.3417.8417.848.50
    26 Dec 2008 05:0020.7916.2915.4914.9918.2918.7417.2417.248.50
    31 Dec 2008 05:0020.7916.2915.4914.9918.2918.3416.8416.848.50
    PTT DATE OF CHANGESULG95UGR9195 E1091 E1095 E2095 E85HSDHSD B5Diesel PalmNGV
    08 Jan 2009 05:0021.3916.8916.0915.5918.2918.9417.4417.448.50
    18 Jan 2009 05:0022.1917.6916.8916.3918.2918.9417.4417.448.50
    22 Jan 2009 05:0022.7918.2917.4916.9918.2918.3416.8416.848.50
    25 Jan 2009 05:0023.5918.8918.0917.5918.2918.3416.8416.848.50
    01 Feb 2009 00:0125.1420.4419.6419.1414.2919.8918.3918.398.50
    05 Feb 2009 05:0025.9421.0420.2419.7414.2919.3917.8917.898.50
    13 Feb 2009 00:0125.9421.6420.8420.3414.2919.9918.4918.498.50
    14 Feb 2009 05:0025.9421.6420.8420.3414.2919.5918.0918.098.50
    15 Feb 2009 05:0026.7422.4421.6421.1415.0919.5918.0918.098.50
    03 Mar 2009 05:0026.7422.4421.6421.1415.0920.0918.0918.098.50
    11 Mar 2009 05:0026.7422.9422.1421.1415.0920.5918.0918.098.50
    19 Mar 2009 05:0027.2423.4422.6421.1415.0921.0918.0918.098.50
    22 Mar 2009 05:0028.0424.2423.4421.9415.8921.8918.8918.898.50
    27 Mar 2009 05:0028.8425.0424.2422.7416.6922.6919.6919.698.50
    09 Apr 2009 05:0029.4425.6424.8423.3421.2923.2920.2920.298.50
    21 Apr 2009 05:0030.0426.2425.4423.9421.2923.2920.2920.298.50
    26 Apr 2009 05:0030.0426.2425.4423.9421.2922.7919.7919.798.50
    29 Apr 2009 05:0029.5425.7424.9423.4421.2922.7919.7919.798.50
    01 May 2009 05:0029.5425.7424.9423.4418.0222.7919.7919.798.50
    08 May 2009 05:0030.1426.3425.5424.0418.0223.3920.3920.398.50
    14 May 2009 05:0030.7426.9426.1424.6418.0223.9920.9920.998.50
    21 May 2009 05:0031.5427.7426.9425.4418.8224.5921.5921.598.50
    31 May 2009 05:0032.3428.5427.7426.2419.6225.3922.3922.398.50
    05 Jun 2009 05:0032.3428.5427.7426.2419.6226.1923.1923.198.50
    12 Jun 2009 05:0032.9429.1428.3426.8419.6226.7923.9923.998.50
    20 Jun 2009 05:0032.9429.1428.3426.8419.6227.3924.5924.598.50
    02 Jul 2009 05:0033.4429.8429.0427.5420.3227.3924.5924.598.50
    04 Jul 2009 05:0032.9429.3428.5427.0420.3226.8924.0924.098.50
    10 Jul 2009 05:0032.5428.9428.1426.6420.3226.4923.6923.698.50
    23 Jul 2009 05:0033.3429.7428.9427.4421.1227.2924.4924.498.50
    29 Jul 2009 05:0034.1430.5429.7428.2421.9228.0925.2925.298.50
    06 Aug 2009 05:0034.9431.3430.5429.0421.9228.8926.0926.098.50
    10 Aug 2009 05:0035.7432.1431.3429.8422.7229.6926.8926.898.50
    14 Aug 2009 00:0135.7432.1431.3429.8422.7227.6926.4926.498.50
    03 Sep 2009 05:0035.1431.5430.7429.2422.7227.1925.9925.998.50
    05 Sep 2009 05:0035.1431.5430.7429.2422.7227.1925.3925.398.50
    09 Sep 2009 05:0034.6431.0430.2428.7422.7226.7925.3925.398.50
    25 Sep 2009 05:0034.6431.0430.2428.7418.7226.7925.3925.398.50
    26 Sep 2009 05:0034.0430.4429.6428.1418.7226.2924.8924.898.50
    30 Sep 2009 05:0033.5429.9429.1427.6418.7225.7924.3924.398.50
    15 Oct 2009 05:0033.5429.9429.1427.6418.7226.3924.9924.998.50
    17 Oct 2009 05:0034.1430.5429.7428.2418.7226.9925.5925.598.50
    22 Oct 2009 05:0034.7431.1430.3428.8418.7227.5926.1926.198.50
    27 Oct 2009 05:0035.3431.7430.9429.4418.7228.1926.7926.798.50
    12 Dec 2009 05:0034.8431.2430.4428.9418.7227.6926.2926.298.50
    17 Dec 2009 05:0034.8431.2430.4428.9418.7227.1925.7925.798.50
    PTT DATE OF CHANGESULG91UGR9591 E1095 E1095 E8595 E20HSDHSD B5Diesel PalmNGV
    05 JAN 2010 05:0035.6431.2432.0418.7229.7427.9926.598.50
    09 JAN 2010 05:0036.2431.8432.6418.7230.3428.5927.198.50
    23 JAN 2010 05:0036.2431.8432.6418.7230.3427.9926.798.50
    27 JAN 2010 05:0035.8431.4432.2418.7229.9427.5926.398.50
    05 FEB 2010 05:0036.3431.9432.7418.7230.4428.0926.898.50
    09 FEB 2010 05:0036.3431.2432.7418.7230.4427.5926.398.50
    20 FEB 2010 05:0036.3431.2432.7418.7230.4428.0926.898.50
    24 FEB 2010 05:0036.9431.8433.3418.7231.0428.6927.498.50
    10 MAR 2010 05:0037.4432.3433.8419.2231.5429.1927.998.50
    24 MAR 2010 05:0037.0431.9433.4419.2231.1428.7927.598.50
    28 MAR 2010 05:0036.7431.6433.1419.2230.8428.7927.598.50
    06 APR 2010 05:0037.3432.2433.7419.8231.4429.3928.198.50
    10 APR 2010 05:0037.8432.7434.2420.3231.9429.8928.698.50
    22 APR 2010 05:0037.6432.3433.8420.3231.5429.8928.698.50
    10 MAY 2010 05:0036.8431.5433.0420.3230.7429.8928.698.50
    13 MAY 2010 05:0036.4431.1432.6420.3230.3429.4928.298.50
    19 MAY 2010 05:0036.0430.7432.2419.9229.9429.0927.898.50
    22 MAY 2010 05:0035.5430.2431.7419.9229.4428.5927.398.50
    26 MAY 2010 05:0035.0429.7431.2419.4228.9427.9926.798.50
    01 JUN 2010 00:0135.0429.7431.2419.4228.9427.6926.798.50
    19 JUN 2010 05:0035.6430.3431.8419.4229.5428.2927.398.50
    24 JUN 2010 05:0036.2430.9432.4419.4230.1428.8927.998.50
    03 JUL 2010 05:0035.6430.3431.8419.4229.5428.2927.398.50
    09 JUL 2010 05:0035.0429.7431.2418.8228.9427.9926.798.50
    25 JUL 2010 05:0035.6430.3431.8419.4229.5428.5927.398.50
    05 AUG 2010 05:0036.2430.9432.4419.4230.1429.1927.998.50
    15 AUG 2010 05:0035.6430.3431.8418.8229.5428.5927.398.50
    22 AUG 2010 05:0035.0429.7431.2418.8228.9428.1926.998.50
    26 AUG 2010 05:0034.4429.1430.6418.4228.3427.7926.598.50
    05 OCT 2010 05:0035.0429.7431.2418.7228.9428.3927.198.50
    13 OCT 2010 05:0035.6430.3431.8419.0229.5428.7927.598.50
    10 NOV 2010 05:0036.2430.9432.4419.3230.1429.3928.198.50
    27 NOV 2010 05:0036.2430.9432.4419.3230.1429.7928.598.50
    02 DEC 2010 05:0036.6431.3432.8419.5230.5429.7928.598.50
    03 DEC 2010 00:0136.6430.3432.8419.5229.4429.7928.598.50
    07 DEC 2010 05:0037.1430.8433.3419.8229.9430.2929.098.50
    09 DEC 2010 00:0137.1430.8433.3419.8229.9429.9929.098.50
    14 DEC 2010 05:0037.6431.3433.8419.8230.4429.9929.398.50
    17 DEC 2010 00:0137.6431.3433.8419.8230.4429.6929.098.50
    25 DEC 2010 05:0038.1431.8434.3420.1230.9429.9929.598.50
    31 DEC 2010 05:0038.6431.8434.3420.1230.9429.9929.598.50
    PTT DATE OF CHANGESULG91UGR9591 E1095 E1095 E8595 E20HSDHSD B5Diesel PalmNGV
    06 JAN 2011 05:0038.6431.8434.3420.1230.9429.9929.398.5
    14 JAN 2011 05:0039.1432.3434.8420.6231.4429.9929.398.5
    19 JAN 2011 05:0039.4432.6435.1420.9231.7429.9929.698.5
    29 JAN 2011 05:0039.4432.6435.1420.9231.7429.9929.998.5
    03 FEB 2011 05:0039.7432.9435.4420.9232.0429.9929.998.5
    12 FEB 2011 05:0040.2433.3435.8421.1232.4429.9929.998.5
    25 FEB 2011 05:0040.7433.8436.3421.4232.9429.9929.998.5
    27 FEB 2011 05:0041.2434.3436.8421.7233.4429.9929.998.5
    01 MAR 2011 06:0041.2434.3436.8421.7233.4429.998.5
    04 MAR 2011 05:0042.0434.8437.3422.0233.9429.998.5
    09 MAR 2011 05:0042.5435.3437.8422.3234.4429.998.5
    10 MAR 2011 05:0042.2434.8437.3422.0233.9429.998.5
    12 MAR 2011 05:0042.2434.8437.3422.0233.9429.898.5
    17 MAR 2011 05:0041.8434.4436.9421.8233.5429.898.5
    20 MAR 2011 05:0042.3434.9437.4422.1234.0429.998.5
    04 APR 2011 05:0042.8435.4437.9422.4234.5429.998.5
    08 APR 2011 05:0043.2435.8438.3422.6234.9429.998.5
    12 APR 2011 05:0043.7436.3438.8422.9235.4429.998.5
    21 APR 2011 05:0043.3435.9438.4422.7235.0429.998.5
    23 APR 2011 05:0043.7436.3438.8422.7235.4429.998.5
    30 APR 2011 05:0044.3436.9439.4423.0236.0429.998.5
    07 MAY 2011 05:0043.5436.1438.6422.6235.2429.998.5
    10 MAY 2011 05:0042.9435.5438.0422.3234.6429.998.5
    12 MAY 2011 05:0043.5436.1438.6422.6235.2429.998.5
    14 MAY 2011 05:0043.1435.7438.2422.4234.8429.998.5
    18 MAY 2011 05:0042.8435.4437.9422.4234.5429.998.5
    20 MAY 2011 05:0042.4435.0437.5422.2234.1429.998.5
    25 MAY 2011 05:0042.0434.6437.1422.0233.7429.998.5
    28 MAY 2011 05:0042.4435.0437.5422.2234.1429.998.5
    11 JUN 2011 05:0042.9435.5438.0422.5234.6429.998.5
    19 JUN 2011 05:0042.4435.0437.5422.2234.1429.998.5
    25 JUN 2011 05:0041.8434.4436.9421.9233.5429.998.5
    28 JUN 2011 05:0041.4434.0436.5421.7233.1429.998.5
    01 JUL 2011 05:0042.0434.6437.1422.0233.7429.998.5
    04 JUL 2011 05:0042.6435.2437.7422.3234.3429.998.5
    08 JUL 2011 05:0043.0435.6438.1422.5234.7429.998.5
    12 JUL 2011 05:0043.5436.1438.6422.8235.2429.998.5
    20 JUL 2011 05:0043.0435.6438.1422.5234.7429.998.5
    30 JUL 2011 05:0043.0435.6438.1422.5234.1429.998.5
    06 AUG 2011 05:0042.4435.0437.5422.2233.5429.998.5
    09 AUG 2011 05:0041.8434.4436.9421.9232.9429.998.5
    12 AUG 2011 05:0041.3433.9436.4421.6232.4429.998.5
    18 AUG 2011 05:0041.9434.5437.0421.9233.0429.998.5
    27 AUG 2011 00:0134.7734.5437.0421.9233.0426.998.5
    30 AUG 2011 05:0035.3733.9436.4421.3232.4426.998.5
    31 AUG 2011 00:0135.3732.3435.3721.3230.8426.998.5
    02 SEP 2011 05:0035.9732.9435.9721.6231.4427.598.5
    05 SEP 2011 05:0036.5733.5436.5721.9232.0427.998.5
    10 SEP 2011 05:0037.1734.1437.1722.2232.6428.498.5
    13 SEP 2011 05:0036.6733.8436.6722.2232.6428.498.5
    14 SEP 2011 05:0036.2733.2436.2721.8232.2427.998.5
    20 SEP 2011 05:0036.6733.6436.6722.0232.6428.398.5
    24 SEP 2011 05:0036.2733.2436.2721.8232.2427.998.5
    25 SEP 2011 05:0035.8732.8435.8721.6231.8427.998.5
    28 SEP 2011 05:0035.3732.3435.3721.3231.3427.498.5
    01 OCT 2011 05:0035.3732.3435.3721.3231.3427.998.5
    06 OCT 2011 05:0035.3732.3435.3721.3231.3427.498.5
    11 OCT 2011 05:0035.8732.8435.8721.6231.8427.498.5
    16 OCT 2011 05:0036.3733.3436.3721.9232.3427.998.5
    03 NOV 2011 05:0035.8732.8435.8721.6231.8427.998.5
    04 NOV 2011 00:0135.8732.8434.5921.6231.8427.998.5
    10 NOV 2011 05:0035.8732.8434.5921.6231.8428.598.5
    12 NOV 2011 05:0035.5732.5434.2921.3231.5428.598.5
    13 NOV 2011 05:0035.5732.5434.2921.3231.5429.198.5
    16 NOV 2011 05:0035.0732.0433.7921.0231.0429.198.5
    19 NOV 2011 05:0034.5731.5433.2920.7230.5429.198.5
    20 NOV 2011 05:0034.5731.5433.2920.7230.5429.498.5
    11 DEC 2011 05:0034.5731.5433.2920.7230.5429.198.5
    17 DEC 2011 05:0034.5731.5433.2920.7230.5428.898.5
    21 DEC 2011 05:0034.5731.5433.2920.7230.5428.598.5
    23 DEC 2011 05:0034.9731.9433.6920.9230.9428.898.5
    PTT DATE OF CHANGESULG91UGR9591 E1095 E1095 E8595 E20HSDHSD B5Diesel PalmNGV
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    Petroleum and Petrochemical Policy Bureau
    Energy Policy and Planning Office
    Ministry of Energy, Thailand