Czech petrochemical company Unipetrol to run pilot pyrolysis testing plant with ETIA in Czech Republic
Super-major Chevron unveiled a plan this week to return up to $80bn to shareholders through dividends and share buybacks over the next five years.
Leading shale-focused independents EOG Resources and Pioneer Natural Resources beat analyst expectations for fourth-quarter profits, and are well-positioned to outperform their peers as the industry downturn continues.
Questions remain over the future of the oil sands, with some projects better positioned than others to proceed.
While India’s declining oil and gas production should spur the government to speed up effforts to attract fresh upstream investment, New Delhi has delayed the deadline for its latest licensing round by a month.
South Korea has confirmed it is to close down temporarily up to 28 of the country’s oldest coal-fired power plants in March
Australian independent Senex Energy has announced that following the completion of its Roma North drilling campaign the company is re-mobilising its rig to Project Atlas. Both projects are located in Queensland’s Surat Basin.
South Korea's KEPCO has inserted the first fuel rods into the first reactor at the UAE’s Barakah NPP
US super-major ConocoPhillips has awarded contracts for the supply and installation of subsea infrastructure at the Barossa natural gas and condensate project offshore Australia’s Northern Territory.
India’s electricity supply rose by 7.1% during February
Indonesia’s state-owned Pertamina has farmed in to a 27% stake in the Repsol-operated Southeast Jambi Block on Sumatra.
Total investment in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) offshore wind sector surpassed Europe for the first time in 2019.
Malaysian service provider Uzma has won two new contracts from Royal Dutch Shell and state-owned Petronas worth a combined MYR136mn ($32.3mn).
The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) has confirmed it is to lend $200mn to Bangladesh to increase access to power in Dhaka.
A Ugandan newspaper has faulted President Museveni and his team for taking an overly rigid approach to revenue division and getting itself mired in tax disputes.
State-owned China National Petroleum Corp. (CNPC) has said it has brought its oil and gas production levels back to 99% of capacity, following the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Singapore IPP Vena Energy has issued a $325mn green bond in a bid to raise cash to help fund its 9-GW portfolio of renewable projects under development across Asia.