Looking for more AsianOil articles? Or would you like to find out more about the publication? Keep reading.
AsianOil’s coverage ranges from established oil and gas producers such as Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam to the region’s major refining hubs of India, Singapore, South Korea and Japan and countries in between.
Our editorial team is constantly looking for stories that cannot be found elsewhere amongst our competitors. We have interviewed leading industry figures and analysts, providing a unique and exclusive insight into the issues that matter.
We also include “Country Profiles,” offering multi-dimensional analysis on individual regions, from the broad perspective of political and policy news, to on-the-ground information on projects and production via our network of journalists and contributors.
AsianOil is a fully digital publication and can be read via PDF, PageSuite or via our NewsBase App.
Want to try it out?
The majority of our premium content is ONLY available to our subscribers.
If you would like to try AsianOil we can offer you a, no obligation, free trial, giving you a chance to get to know the publication and get hooked on the quality content. No credit card required. Simply fill in the form at the bottom of this page and we will send you your first copy of AsianOil.
Need more convincing?
Read our most recent AsianOil Top Story.
Check out our client testimonial
Find out more about subscribing to AsianOil
Read a recent issue cover to cover (click the image below)
China has propped up international oil prices in recent years, but it may lose the ability to do so in the not too distant future.
Malaysia’s state-owned Petronas has reportedly been reducing the size of its team at the Yetagun offshore natural gas field in Myanmar as it prepares for its eventual shutdown in a few years.
India’s state-run Oil and Natural Gas Corp. (ONGC) has put out a fire at its natural gas processing plant in Gujurat State after the facility was rocked by three explosions.
State-owned pipeline operator PipeChina has signed an agreement with the Guangdong Provincial government to take over the local natural gas grid.
Indonesia’s upstream watchdog has announced a new agreement with the country’s oil and gas contractors that aims to ensure the country’s long and short-term production targets are met.
India’s crude oil imports shrank 23.4% year on year in August to 15.15mn tonnes (3.58mn barrels per day), according to government data published on September 21.
Australian independent Senex Energy has signed a natural gas supply contract with a refinery near Queensland’s Gladstone Port.
With officials in Khartoum failing to meet financial obligations and the amount of oil involved remaining small, India's OVL has little reason to stay in Sudan.
The Indonesian government remains confident that it can still achieve its target of producing 1mn barrels per day of oil by 2030, despite the ongoing challenges that the COVID-19 pandemic has created.
Australian junior State Gas has announced an “exponential” increase in coal-bed methane (CBM) at its wholly owned Reid’s Dome project in the Bowen Basin.
The Chinese government has reiterated its desire to see private sector oil and gas investment in the wake of its consolidation of midstream infrastructure earlier this year.
The Australian government has announced a slew of natural gas-focused measures aimed at helping the economy to recover from the COVID-19 recession.
India’s privately owned Vedanta and Videocon Industries have scored a major victory in their long-running dispute with the Indian government over the shallow-water Ravva oil and gas field.
China’s gas-fired generating sector is struggling to stay afloat as the twin pressures of lower tariffs and the ongoing trade war could push demand for feedstock down by 17% by 2025.
Demand for coal and natural gas as generating fuels in Australia has peaked and is set to be overtaken by solar PV and onshore wind by 2026.
A warning that oil demand will peak within a few years overshadows some of the positive news coming from oil producers in recent days.
Attempts to restart Prelude FLNG and the second train at Gorgon are running into obstacles and taking longer than initially expected.
Investors are widely expected to delay sanctioning new LNG export capacity on the back of depressed demand and an uncertain economic outlook.
China’s state-run Sinopec has reportedly awarded a long-term liquefied natural gas (LNG) supply contract to Qatargas for 1mn tonnes per year of the super-chilled fuel.
Indian conglomerate Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) has revealed details of its plan to spin off its oil-to-chemicals (O2C) assets, ahead of a planned stake sale.
SapuraOMV Upstream has “stabilised” production from the Bakong natural gas field offshore Malaysia, after bringing the asset on stream in June.