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Chinese refinery numbers up across public & private sectors
Petronas kicks off FEED competition at nearshore LNG project
Malaysia’s state-owned Petronas has awarded two front-end engineering and design (FEED) contracts its nearshore liquefied natural gas project in Sabah State.
Cooper may acquire Orbost gas processing plant
Australian independent Cooper Energy has confirmed a local report that it is considering the acquisition of the troubled Orbost natural gas processing plant from infrastructure operator APA.
Cue Energy seals NT gas supply deal
Australian independent Cue Energy has entered into a new natural gas supply agreement with the Northern Territory’s Power and Water Corp. via a back-to-back agreement with Macquarie Mereenie.
Indonesia weighs emission commitments against energy needs
Indonesia remains committed to its oil and gas production goals for 2030 and beyond even though it has also pledged to reduce its carbon emission to net zero by 2060.
Report: China demanded Indonesia end South China Sea drilling
China officially called on Indonesia earlier this year to end its exploration in disputed waters of the South China Sea, Reuters reported this week.
India intends to control national pipeline operator
The Indian government is reportedly planning to take a majority stake in a proposed new company that will operate all of the country’s common carrier natural gas pipelines.
Gorgon Train 1 back online following repairs
Train 1 at the Chevron-led Gorgon LNG terminal in Western Australia has returned to service after briefly being taken offline in mid-November following the discovery of a minor gas leak.
Aramco disputes claims about Reliance deal
AsianOil: Australia releases 20-year gas sector strategy
The Australian government released its first full National Gas Infrastructure Plan (NGIP), alongside the Future Gas Infrastructure Investment Framework, late last week.
Sinopec steps up gas supplies to northern China
China’s state-owned Sinopec has stepped up natural gas deliveries to the country’s north to meet rising demand ahead of an anticipated plunge in temperatures.
Dozens of Indonesian projects still looking for state partner
Indonesian upstream regulator SKK Migas has revealed that there are more than 60 plans of development (PoDs) that must still bring on a state partner, a key step in securing the government’s final approval.
APPEA hails Queensland’s resource roadmap
Queensland’s energy industry has hailed the state government’s 30-year road-map for its resources sector, noting that the draft plan cements natural gas’ role as the backbone of the local economy.
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