Oman’s state gas transmission system operator is reported to be set to award an engineering contract for work to install new pipelines and link them to existing infrastructure.
A first meeting between the Turkish and Israeli leaders in New York during the course of the UNGA brought comments from Turkish President Erdogan that the two East Mediterranean countries would soon begin joint energy exploration in the region.
With drivers in Brazil turning to a more stable, domestic fuel, sales of hydrous ethanol at gas stations increased by nearly 11% in August, year on year. Biofuel consumption recovered in all of Brazil’s five main regions.
Norwegian oil-and-gas company Equinor, in collaboration with Repsol Sinopec Brasil and Petrobras, has submitted declarations of commerciality and development plans for two gas fields within the BM-C-33 concession in the Campos Basin.
Peru’s national oil company, Petroperu, reported that a fire broke out at the fluidised catalytic cracking unit of the New Talara refinery. In a September 22 statement, Petroperu described the fire as minor.
Mexico’s gasoline imports fell in July, year on year, and hit a 17-month low, according to the ministry of energy. Pemex, the state-owned energy major, was the main buyer of gasoline entering the country.
Hoping to strengthen its foothold in the global oil market, Guyana has invited companies to submit bids to market the country’s share of profit oil from three FPSOs working the Stabroek Block.
Money raised to be used by Energy Efficiency Fund to finance projects focused on environmental protection.
Shell (UK) has agreed to deliver a portion of future output from Manatee, an offshore natural gas field, to Trinidad and Tobago’s domestic market.
Chinese-owned Zimbabwean mine Prospect exports 100,000 tonnes of spodumene concentrate in six months
India’s KPI Green Energy secures letter of intent for 145.20 MW wind-solar hybrid project in Gujarat
KPI Green Energy Limited has been granted a letter of intent by Ayana Renewable Power Four Private Limited for a 145.20-MW wind-solar hybrid power project.
The Assam government in India has given the green light to a project worth INR51.97mn ($624,000) aimed at upgrading the state's power distribution infrastructure.
The Provincial Government of Davao Oriental has officially entered into a memorandum of agreement (MoA) with Dy Green Energy to spearhead the construction of a groundbreaking 50-MW solar power plant.
Drought and melted glaciers mean a lack of water for hydro-electricity generation and the last-resort use of more dirty coal to provide power.