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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. 

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Turkey’s Tupras reports 15% y/y decline in Q2 profit

8 August 2019

Q2 profit significantly above market average expectation mainly thanks to hefty deferred tax gain recorded by oil refiner.

Japanese utilities respond to low LNG spot prices

8 August 2019

Japanese utilities are becoming more aggressive in their price reviews for long-term LNG contracts and seeking to buy more LNG on the spot market.

PNG backs Papua LNG agreement

6 August 2019

Papua New Guinea (PNG) Petroleum Minister Kerenga Kua has said the government will stand behind the natural gas agreement it signed in April, paving the way for the development of the Papua LNG project.

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