GLNG: Petronet LNG first quarter net profit up 58% Posted on Friday July 31, 2015
AsiaElec: China building 1,000-MW solar power station in Pakistan Posted on Friday July 31, 2015
NorthAmOil: Conoco results beat estimates, cuts capex amid low oil price Posted on Friday July 31, 2015
REM: Green Plains in talks to boost ethanol exports to Mexico Posted on Friday July 31, 2015
GLNG: Oman, Iran close in on US$60 billion gas plan Posted on Friday July 31, 2015
AsiaElec: India mulls allocating coal mines for commercial mining Posted on Friday July 31, 2015
ChinaOil: Taiwan’s CPC seeks 70,000 tonnes naphtha for September Posted on Friday July 31, 2015
AsianOil: Petronet not buying enough Qatar gas Posted on Friday July 31, 2015
MEOG: Petronet not buying enough Qatar gas Posted on Friday July 31, 2015
AsiaElec: Marubeni to build 250-MW gas plant in Philippines Posted on Friday July 31, 2015
NorthAmOil: Senate panel passes bill lifting crude oil export ban Posted on Friday July 31, 2015
AfrOil: Subsea 7 gets Egypt contract from BP Posted on Friday July 31, 2015
GLNG: Jordan inaugurates LNG terminal, maritime services wharf in Aqaba Posted on Friday July 31, 2015
AfrOil: Rosneft, Exxon combine in Mozambique Posted on Friday July 31, 2015
REM: Large-scale solar near parity in world’s three biggest markets Posted on Friday July 31, 2015
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