LatAmOil: YPFB and GEM to explore of nature reserve Posted on Tuesday July 28, 2015
GLNG: APLNG set to start first LNG train in Curtis Island Posted on Tuesday July 28, 2015
AsiaElec: Indonesia delays plan to raise coal royalties Posted on Tuesday July 28, 2015
DMEA: Saudi Arabia’s PetroRabigh net profit nearly triples Posted on Tuesday July 28, 2015
MEOG: Iraq, Oman to buy Iranian gas Posted on Tuesday July 28, 2015
GLNG: Iraq, Oman to buy Iran gas Posted on Tuesday July 28, 2015
EurOil: Improved margins help BP Posted on Tuesday July 28, 2015
AsianOil: Philex Petroleum net loss hits 86 million pesos Posted on Tuesday July 28, 2015
AsiaElec: India to sell 5% stake in PFC Posted on Tuesday July 28, 2015
UOGM: Goodrich sells reserves from Eagle Ford Posted on Tuesday July 28, 2015
REM: TransAlta buys US wind and solar farms from Rockland Capital Posted on Tuesday July 28, 2015
NorthAmOil: Crude exports could drive fuel price rise Posted on Tuesday July 28, 2015
AsianOil: Dayang takeover offer for Perdana Petroleum becomes unconditional Posted on Tuesday July 28, 2015
AsiaElec: Chinese company to develop coal mine in Galilee Basin Posted on Tuesday July 28, 2015
DMEA: Technip Italy, EGPC to modernise Egypt’s Assiut oil refinery Posted on Tuesday July 28, 2015
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