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PTTEP has announced a series of discoveries offshore Malaysia, unveiling new findings in three fields off Sarawak
Vietnam's National Electricity Development Plan predicts that domestic gas thermal power and liquefied natural gas will contribute a significant portion of the country's energy mix by 2030
Indonesia-owned gas company Pertamina is on the brink of making a crucial final investment decision for the LNG Abadi Block Masela project in the Tanimbar Islands
In the wake of escalating complexities in the global energy markets, governments worldwide are earnestly considering the shift towards cleaner and more stable energy alternatives, and Southeast Asia is no different
Adani Total Gas Ltd shares experienced a robust surge on December 7, briefly hitting the upper circuit limit during the trading session/.
A recent study conducted by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis has revealed that South Korea is undergoing a swift expansion of LNG import and storage terminals, with a significant potential for overinvestment and overcapacity
Iranian crude oil arriving in China has grown more than 110% since the two countries signed a long-term “strategic” partnership agreement in 2021.
The Indonesian Ministry of Energy has announced its approval of a revised development plan for the delayed Abadi Masela LNG/gas project. The $20bn plan, led by Japan’s Inpex, calls for a 9.5mn tonne per year onshore LNG facility.
Sultan al-Jaber, the oil executive who is leading the COP28 climate summit in Dubai, has rocked the conference with highly controversial remarks that there is “no science” that phasing out fossil fuels is necessary.
In a recent announcement at COP28, Indonesia's state-owned energy company Pertamina, led by CEO Nicke Widyawati, outlined a comprehensive strategy to address environmental concerns while maintaining a steadfast commitment to national energy security
State-owned Petronas leads exploration of 19 discoveries and two confirmed finds offshore Malaysia in 2023
In a landmark year for exploration, Petronas and its partners have achieved 19 exploration discoveries and confirmed two exploration-appraisal finds offshore Malaysia
About half of the world's oil firms, totalling almost 50 companies, have committed to achieving "near zero" methane emissions and discontinuing routine flaring in their operations by 2030, and achieving net zero by 2050.
Petrostates are currently confronted with significant challenges arising from the ongoing energy transition. The diminishing demand for oil and gas is exerting downward pressure on commodity prices, which in turn threatens future revenue streams.
Vietnam's Ministry of Transport has approved plans for a floating warehouse port to receive liquid/gas cargo ships of up to 150,000 tonnes off the coast of Tra Ly estuary in Thai Binh province
The group failed to agree on an additional cut that would apply to all members, so leading producers have once again decided to cut over and above the OPEC+ quotas
The Thailand Greenhouse Gas Management Organisation announced that PTT Exploration & Production has submitted a notification of intent to develop a Premium T-VER project to register carbon credits of 1mn tonnes.
President Joko Widodo has officially inaugurated the Tangguh Train 3 National Strategic Project in Teluk Bintuni, a move poised to catapult Tangguh's annual LNG production to 11.4mn tonnes
Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry has given the green light to an initiative proposed by JERA, the nation's leading power generator
Indonesia nominates Italy's Geng North and Malaysia's Asap Kido Merah for National Strategic Oil and Gas projects
The Special Task Force for Upstream Oil and Gas Business Activities of Indonesia has proposed the Geng North and Asap Kido Merah oil and gas blocks as national strategic projects
Bangladesh energy company Summit Group is in the final stages of negotiations with the government of Bangladesh to supply its state-run company Petrobangla with about 1.5mn tonnes per year of LNG.
Gandhar Oil Refinery India Limited's shares made a robust market debut, commanding a 76% premium over the IPO issue price
Malaysia's state energy firm, Petroliam Nasional Berhad, reported a decrease in third-quarter profit on November 29
Cambodia has scrapped plans to build a 700-MW coal-fired power plant in Koh Kong and will instead build an 800-MW LNG plant