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Australian independent Comet Ridge has been awarded a new coal-bed methane (CBM) exploration block by the Queensland State government.
The company has outlined an ambitious investment plan for the next five years as it seeks to pivot towards liquefied natural gas (LNG) imports.
France’s Total announced this week that following talks with the government of Papua New Guinea (PNG), it was remobilising project teams and other required resources to move the proposed Papua LNG project forward.
Philippine Foreign Secretary Teodoro Locsin has lashed out at China’s continued presence within waters the Southeast Asian country claims.
Australia’s competition watchdog has said it is inclined to approve plans by Queensland’s three liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects to extend their co-ordination of maintenance schedules as long as the process remains transparent.
Malaysian service provider Tanjung Offshore Services has won a $12mn contract from state-owned Petronas for plug and abandonment integrated services for the shallow-water Pulai field.
Indonesian upstream regulator SKK Migas has said drilling nearly 200 wells at the country’s second-largest oilfield this year will be crucial to achieving the government’s long-term production targets.
An industry body representing India’s power generators is lobbying the government to make it easier for certain natural gas-fired thermal power plants (TPPs) to bid for supplies of the fuel from a new deepwater field.
Australia’s AGL Energy said this week that it was stopping development of its proposed Crib Point LNG import project. The move is not a surprising one, as it comes around a month after the State of Victoria rejected the plan.
Australia’s AGL Energy said this week that it was stopping development of its proposed Crib Point LNG import project, arounnd a month after the State of Victoria rejected the plan on concerns over its environmental impact.
State-run PetroChina has posted a first-quarter net profit of CNY27.72mn ($4.28bn), a return to the black after the previous year’s CNY16.23bn ($2.51bn) loss.
Australian independent Armour Energy has announced the independent confirmation of a resource estimate for its Northern Territory assets as it prepares to spin off the fields.
Texcal Mahato has successfully brought on stream a new oil producing well at the Mahato production-sharing contract (PSC) onshore Indonesia.
China’s state-run Sinopec Corp. has posted a first-quarter net profit of CNY17.93bn ($2.77bn), a significant turnaround from the CNY19.87bn ($3.07bn) loss it recorded in the same period of 2020.
India’s state-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corp. (ONGC) has downplayed reports of government pressure on company management to divest some of its assets as part of a wider restructuring effort.
Indonesia’s upstream regulator SKK Migas has said it hopes BP can bring the third train of its Tangguh liquefied natural gas (LNG) project on stream by the end of the year.
The energy ministry and downstream regulator are split over how the Cirebon-Semarang (Cisem) pipeline project should be executed, with each side becoming increasingly invested in its vision.
Malaysia’s state-owned Petronas has exported its first shipment of liquefied natural gas (LNG) stored in ISO tanks to China.
The government of the Philippines has approved Vires Energy’s proposed LNG-to-power project.
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has transferred licences for four oil-bearing blocks back to Addax Petroleum, a company controlled by China’s Sinopec.