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ExxonMobil could be considering a major investment in Vietnam’s gas-fired generating sector
Australian independent Senex Energy has announced the completion of its drilling programme at its Surat Basin natural gas projects.
Indonesia’s state-owned Pertamina has said it is looking for new partners to help it develop two major downstream projects after Saudi Aramco and Oman’s Overseas Oil and Gas (OOG) exited the projects.
Pakistan’s investigation into allegations that the country’s oil marketing companies (OMCs) have orchestrated a national shortage of gasoline could lead to the prosecution of two company heads.
The Chinese government has reportedly ordered the country’s three largest state-owned oil and gas companies to hand over control of 10 liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals to newly created China Oil & Gas Piping Network (PipeChina).
China’s oil imports soared to a new record of 47.97mn tonnes (11.34mn barrels per day) in May, General Administration of Customs (GAC) data showed on June 7. The volume outstrips the previous record of 11.18mn bpd set in November 2019.
Australia’s Queensland State has unveiled a new natural gas royalty model that will adopt a volume based approaching to calculating payments rather being index-based.
Malaysia's Sarawak State has fired a warning shot across the bow of national oil company (NOC) Petronas, saying that it would resume legal action unless the two sides come to a final understanding over unpaid taxes.