Exploration & Production

Most-active explorers in Asia Pacific reduce rig count

Gas exploration activity fell by 4% month on month in July as the major explorers cut rig numbers.

By Andrew Walker 18 August 2017
Companies & Finance

Philippines looking for $235 bln to boost power generation capacity

its power generation capacity to meet growing domestic demand,

21 August 2017
Companies & Finance

Thailand’s PTT prepares to sign MOU with Myanmar

Thai company PTT aims to gain a foothold in major gas projects in Myanmar.

21 August 2017
Policy & Regulation

Bangladeshi energy minister reassures end-users on pricing

Bangladesh’s energy minister has said the government will continue to ensure the prices of electricity and gas are affordable.

21 August 2017
LNG

Malaysia recovers from fall in LNG exports

Malaysia’s LNG exports increased by 27% year on year in June following low production levels in May.

21 August 2017
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Singapore offers Indonesia LNG-for-power deal

Singapore has offered to supply LNG for power generation in several locations around Indonesia.

18 August 2017
Pipelines, Storage & Power

India to host next TAPI meeting

India will host the next steering committee meeting on building the Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India gas pipeline.

18 August 2017
Shell’s Malampaya deepwater gas-to-power project. (Shell) LNG

Philippines LNG terminal mired in politics

Government intervention into plans for an LNG terminal in the Philippines is delaying much-needed development.

17 August 2017
Exploration & Production

India fines KG-D6 partners over missed production targets

India’s federal government has issued a fine of $264 million to Reliance Industries and its partners in the KG-D6 field for producing less than the targeted amount of gas.

17 August 2017
Pipelines, Storage & Power

China offers to export 3 GW of power to Bangladesh

China has offered to export 3 GW of power to Bangladesh from Kunming, the capital of the southwest province of Yunnan.

17 August 2017
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Software error triggers shutdown at gas power plant in Taiwan

Taiwan suffered a major power outage affecting nearly half of the country after a software error at the 4.2 GW Tatam gas-fired power plant caused it to shut down.

17 August 2017
The planned Brunei Hydrogen Production and Hydrogenation plant. (Mitsubishi) Alternative Fuels

Japan looks to broaden hydrogen supply options

Japan’s commitment to hydrogen will open opportunities for gas, which offers a low-cost method of production, but will ultimately require CCS technology.

15 August 2017
LNG

LNG terminal and power plant planned for South Sulawesi

Philippines-based Atlantic Gulf & Pacific Co. has signed a heads of agreement to build an LNG terminal and power plant in South Sulawesi.

14 August 2017
LNG

Thailand receives its first Q-Max cargo

Thailand received its first Q-max LNG cargo from Qatar earlier this month.

14 August 2017
Exploration & Production

Growing offshore industry in Myanmar requires supply base

The discovery of gas in Block A6 off the coast of Southern Rakhine in Myanmar means the country will require an offshore supply base situated nearby.

14 August 2017
LNG

Philippines rejects GAI LNG terminal plans

The Philippines has rejected a proposal from GAI to build an LNG terminal, instead opening it up to proposals from interested parties.

14 August 2017
LNG

Thai gas consumption falls amid shrinking supply

Thailand faces a future increasingly reliant on imported LNG as domestic output continues to slide and imports from Myanmar show no signs of recovery.

14 August 2017
LNG

Petronas looking for shares in Indian LNG terminals

Malaysia’s Petronas is looking to purchase a stake in India’s LNG terminals.

11 August 2017
Exploration & Production

Philippine Reed Bank exploration on pause for now – Cayetano

Philippine Foreign Secretary Alan Cayetano has said oil and gas exploration in the Reed Bank in the South China Sea will remain on hold for some time.

11 August 2017
LNG

Petronet in talks to buy 16% in Ennore LNG terminal

India’s Petronet is in talks to purchase a 16% stake in the Ennore LNG terminal, which is being built by Indian Oil Corp. on India’s east coast.

11 August 2017
Tepco’s Kashiwazaki-Kariwa nuclear power plant. (Tepco) LNG

IEEJ revises up Japan’s LNG demand

The IEEJ has revised its LNG demand forecast for Japan because of the slow pace of nuclear restarts, with imports not expected to fall below 80 mtpa before FY2019.

11 August 2017

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