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Australia-listed LNG Ltd has struck a deal to supply gas to a province in Vietnam from its Magnolia export terminal in Louisiana, on the US Gulf Coast.
Japanese developer Inpex has revealed that it is looking at ways to expand its $45bn Ichthys LNG project offshore north-western Australia as it approaches full capacity.
China’s crude oil production inched up 1% year on year in August to 16.18mn tonnes (3.83mn barrels per day), according to data from the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS).
The Philippine government has retreated from President Rodrigo Duterte’s comments that he is willing to set aside an international tribunal’s ruling on the South China Sea in order to explore the area jointly with China.
India’s state-run Oil and Natural Gas Corp. (ONGC) may buy out its partners in polymer manufacturer ONGC Petro Additions Ltd (OPaL) in order to list the company.
The Indian government is reportedly leaning towards selling its controlling stake in refiner Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd (BPCL) to either a private company or an international major.
Asia’s oil importers have been left nervously watching the US beat the war drum in response to attacks over the weekend that knocked out 5.7mn barrels per day of Saudi Arabian crude oil production.
Western Gas has appointed Goldman Sachs to help it find a partner for the Equus LNG project offshore Western Australia.
China’s continuing efforts to expand its influence throughout the Asia-Pacific region have unnerved India for many years, with New Delhi striving to counter Beijing’s influence wherever it can.
Buru Energy has welcomed Western Australia’s decision to lift its state-wide moratorium on hydraulic fracturing.
Japanese refiner Cosmo Oil has begun stockpiling low-sulphur fuel oil (LSFO) produced at its Chiba refinery ahead of a new global maritime fuel standard set to come into force in January.
Malaysia’s state-owned Petronas has agreed to buy natural gas produced from the offshore SK408 production-sharing contract (PSC), co-operator Sapura Energy has revealed.
Australian independent Strike Energy announced on September 6 that natural gas had been discovered in all of onshore Block EP 469’s three formations.
Indonesia’s state-owned Pertamina is looking for a strategic partner to help boost output from the Rokan oil block as it gears up to take over the licence in 2021.
Middle Eastern rivals Iran and Saudi Arabia have expressed their commitment to supplying India with oil and gas as they vie to deepen their relationships with the world’s third largest energy consumer.
Gunvor has reportedly emerged as the lowest bidder for most of the cargoes in Pakistan’s recent spot liquefied natural gas (LNG) supply tender.
Venezuela’s plans for expanding the production capacity of Sinovensa, a joint venture between the national oil company (NOC) PdVSA and China National Petroleum Corp. (CNPC), may be suffering a setback.
The Philippines’ Phoenix Petroleum, which is headed by businessman Dennis Uy, has denied reports that China National Offshore Oil Corp. may pull back from the two companies’ planned LNG joint venture.
The Papua New Guinea (PNG) government has said it will honour the terms of the Papua LNG gas agreement, after months of mixed messaging that had left the project’s future in doubt.