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Russian plans for second gas pipe to China take shape

26 October 2021

The two countries are closer than ever to a deal on a second gas pipeline, but certain obstacles still need to be overcome.

AsianOil: Australia unveils net zero roadmap, remains committed to coal, gas

26 October 2021

The Australian government has not only laid out its plan to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050 but has also thrown its support behind the country’s coal and natural gas producers and exporters.

Japanese LNG inventories hit highest level in five years

22 October 2021

Japanese inventories of LNG have hit their highest level in five years as the country seeks to avert energy shortages over the coming winter.

China seeks more US LNG

21 October 2021

Chinese natural gas importers are once more ramping up their purchases from US suppliers as the country battles an energy crunch in the run-up to the peak winter demand season.

Indonesia slashes 2021 production targets

21 October 2021

The Indonesian government has cut the country’s oil and gas production targets for this year after several upstream projects were affected by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Indian PM plugs upstream to investors

21 October 2021

India’s efforts to drum up investment in its upstream continued this week with Prime Minister Narendra Modi calling on both foreign and private players to help boost the country’s production.

China’s teapot refineries garner unwelcome attention

21 October 2021

In its efforts to rein in an oftentimes unrestrained refining industry Beijing is accused of overseeing investigations into tax irregularities at two of its independent refiners, while at the same time giving a tacit nod to operations continuing.

Asian refiners ramp up run rates

21 October 2021

Refiners across Asia are ramping up their operations in order to meet an uptick in oil product demand, according to market observers.

NSW court rejects Narrabri CBM challenge

21 October 2021

A New South Wales court has rejected a group of farmers’ legal challenge to the state government’s decision to approve the Narrabri coal-bed methane (CBM) project.

Petronas to boost upstream capex

21 October 2021

Malaysia’s state-owned Petronas has earmarked around MYR20bn ($4.81bn) per year for upstream operations over the next seven years, CEO Adif Zulkifli has revealed.

AsianOil: Senex attracts multiple takeover bids from POSCO

19 October 2021

Australian independent Senex Energy’s continued success in boosting production has attracted an all-cash takeover bid from South Korea’s POSCO International.

India bid round fails to woo private investors

15 October 2021

India’s ongoing efforts to reinvent itself as a destination of choice for upstream investors continue to yield minimal results, with the government’s latest bid round failing to garner much interest.

PNG government wants bigger stake in PNG LNG

14 October 2021

The government of Papua New Guinea (PNG) has said that it would want to up its stake in the PNG LNG project if the proposed takeover of Oil Search by Santos goes ahead.

China’s gas imports soar amid oil delivery slump

14 October 2021

China’s imports of natural gas climbed in September to their highest point since the start of the year even as shipments of crude oil plummeted.

Beach picks Wood to handle Trefoil gas field’s FEED

14 October 2021

Australian independent Beach Energy has awarded two front-end engineering and design (FEED) contracts for its offshore Trefoil natural gas field to international services provider Wood.

Indonesia counts on higher prices to stimulate oil production

14 October 2021

The Indonesia government is counting on surging international oil prices to help boost production, increase state revenue and lay the foundations for the country’s long-term production goals.

Petronas’ Sudanese woes grow

14 October 2021

Malaysian state major Petronas’ legal woes in Sudan grew this week following the issue of an arrest warrant for some of its former executives.

GLNG: PNG government wants bigger stake in PNG LNG

12 October 2021

The government of Papua New Guinea (PNG) has said that it would want to up its stake in the PNG LNG project if the proposed takeover of Oil Search by Santos goes ahead.

AsianOil: ENN seals long-term LNG supply deal with Cheniere

12 October 2021

Chinese utility ENN Natural Gas has signed a new long-term liquefied natural gas (LNG) supply agreement with the US’ Cheniere Energy.

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