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Free LNG terminal ‘a disaster’ for Sri Lanka – expert

Sri Lanka has received unsolicited bids for an LNG terminal, but analysts say the country could struggle to bring a facility online in the near future.

By Andrew Walker 23 January 2018
LNG

SLNG third phase expansion complete

The third phase of the Singapore LNG terminal expansion is complete.

23 January 2018
LNG

Petronas buys spot cargo from APLNG

The company bought the APLNG volumes to replace output lost when a domestic plant was hit by a partial outage.

23 January 2018
LNG

LNG Bharat eyes Krishnapatnam for east coast LNG terminal

India’s LNG Bharat and the port authority of Krishnapatnam are looking to build a 1 mtpa LNG terminal.

23 January 2018
Global Markets

Vietnam and Japan discuss greater energy cooperation

Trinh Dinh Dung, Vietnam’s deputy prime minister, met Tatsuo Yasunaga, Mitsui’s chief executive and president, during the latter’s visit to the country last week.

22 January 2018
LNG

Indonesia optimistic about Pakistan and Bangladesh LNG contracts

Indonesia’s Pertamina is hoping to secure LNG supply contracts with Pakistan and Bangladesh this year.

22 January 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Myanmar aiming to install 450 MW of gas-fired power by Q2 2019

Myanmar is aiming to complete five power projects in the 2018-2019 fiscal year, according to Tun Naing, deputy minister for electricity and energy.

22 January 2018
Exploration & Production

India opens bidding under Open Acreage Licensing Policy

India’s government has opened the first round of bidding for 55 blocks under the Open Acreage Licensing Policy.

22 January 2018
East Timorese President Francisco Guterres's inauguration ceremony. Exploration & Production

Politics clouds March deadline for Greater Sunrise

The impending fall of East Timor’s government is likely to push back the deal needed for the development of the Greater Sunrise gas fields.

22 January 2018
LNG

Thailand’s LNG imports grow by 32% in 2017

Thailand imported record levels of LNG in 2017 as new import agreements diversified its import mix.

22 January 2018
Companies & Finance

Tata aiming to sell Petrodyne oil and gas subsidiary

India’s Tata is looking to sell Tata Petrodyne Ltd, its oil and gas exploration and production business.

19 January 2018
LNG

Gail concludes renegotiation of Gazprom LNG supply contract

India’s Gail has successfully renegotiated the terms of its LNG purchase agreement with Russia’s Gazprom.

19 January 2018
Alternative Fuels

Jera buying up to 1 mt of US coal to convert to synthetic gas

Jera is to buy up to a million tons of coal from the United States for two power plants that will convert it into synthetic natural gas.

19 January 2018
Exploration & Production

Exxon hits more gas in Papua New Guinea

ExxonMobil has announced that it has discovered oil and gas in the P’nyang South 2 well onshore Papua New Guinea.

19 January 2018
Exploration & Production

Number of rigs in Asia Pacific falls in December

The number of countries exploring for gas in the Asia Pacific region dropped to five in December as both China and Indonesia saw their counts fall to zero.

19 January 2018
The onshore terminal for India's KG-D6 block. Exploration & Production

BP-Reliance eye FID on Indian deepwater project

The two companies are approaching a decision on the giant MJ gas field project, part of India's troubled KG-D6 block.

18 January 2018
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South Korea offers Sri Lanka ‘free’ LNG terminal

SK E&S is offering Sri Lanka an LNG terminal for free as long as it signs up to a 20-year sales-and-purchase agreement.

18 January 2018
Alternative Fuels

Japanese minister warns of coal power expansion plans

Japan’s environment minister, Masaharu Nakagawa, has expressed concern over the expansion of coal-fired power capacity in the country.

16 January 2018
Alternative Fuels

Taiwan plans ambitious increase in renewable capacity

Taiwan plans to increase the share of renewable energy in its power mix from 6% to 20% over the next seven years.

16 January 2018
Dinh La Thang, former PetroVietnam chair and politburo member, being led to court by police in Hanoi. Policy & Regulation

Vietnam’s corruption crackdown could hurt IOCs

Vietnam’s clampdown on corruption has removed senior officials from PetroVietnam, which could affect the company’s operations.

16 January 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Indonesia to open tender for three pipelines to Borneo

Indonesia plans to open a tender for the development of three pipelines to distribute gas produced from the Natuna area to the island of Borneo.

15 January 2018

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