The onshore terminal for the KG-D6 block. Output from the block has been lower than expected. (Niko Resources) Pipelines, Storage & Power

End of gas power subsidies will hit Indian demand

The end of a subsidy for LNG used by the power sector could reduce India’s demand for gas as a whole, industry players and experts say.

By Garima Chitkara 21 April 2017
Companies & Finance

Petronas hoping to gain from Malaysian liberalisation

Malaysia’s Petronas hopes to gain from leasing agreements once contracts under the new Gas Supply Act 2016 come into force later this year.

19 April 2017
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Philippines brings power unit back online following quake

The 500 MW San Lorenzo gas-fired power plant in the Philippines has brought one unit back online following the earthquake that struck the region earlier this month.

19 April 2017
Supply & Demand

India’s oil buyers to cut Iranian imports over Farzad B dispute

India’s oil buyers have said they will cut their imports from Iran in a bid to exert pressure on Tehran over a dispute concerning the development of the Farzad B gas field.

19 April 2017
Companies & Finance

Petronas Dagangan still set on exiting Vietnam

Malaysian company Petronas Dagangan will proceed with its plans to exit the Vietnamese market.

19 April 2017
Exploration & Production

Iran signs with GWL for 2D seismic survey of Caspian acreage

Iran has selected Geology Without Limits to acquire about 4,800 km of 2D seismic, marine gravity and magnetic data in the Iranian sector of the Caspian Sea.

19 April 2017
Alternative Fuels

Total completes work on Japanese solar power project

Total, ISE Group and SunPower have started up a 27 MW photovoltaic power plant in the Japanese city of Nanao.

19 April 2017
Pipelines, Storage & Power

India building gas and diesel pipelines to Bangladesh

India will build two pipelines to deliver gas and diesel to Bangladesh and its northeastern states.

18 April 2017
Alternative Fuels

Karadeniz powership starts supplying Maluku islands

Karadeniz Holdings has started supplying electricity to Indonesia from a powership anchored at the island of Ambon in the Maluku archipelago.

13 April 2017
LNG

Tokyo Gas and Kyushu Electric to cooperate on buying LNG

Tokyo Gas and Kyushu Electric Power have decided to cooperate on procuring LNG to cut costs.

13 April 2017
Exploration & Production

India’s Reliance starts producing CBM

India’s Reliance has started the commercial production of CBM from two gas blocks in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh.

13 April 2017
LNG

Essar Group to develop LNG terminal at Haldia

India’s Essar Group has entered the LNG business, having won a bid tendered by the Kolkata Port Trust to develop a terminal at the port of Haldia on the country’s northeast coast.

13 April 2017
An LNG bunkering station in Chongqing, China. (China Gas Holdings) LNG

Low prices make LNG attractive for bunkering

Incoming low-sulphur regulations will come at a favourable time for the LNG industry, which needs to boost demand as prices are low.

12 April 2017
LNG

Phinma Energy studying prospects for Philippine LNG terminal

Philippines-based Trans-Asia Petroleum, a subsidiary of Phinma Energy, is interested in developing an LNG terminal in the Philippine province of Pangasinan.

12 April 2017
A production platform at the Bongkot field. Thailand is inviting IOCs to bid for concessions. (BG Group) Exploration & Production

Thai gas fields on offer after legislative changes

Thailand is opening its huge Erawan and Bongkot fields to competitive bidding, although many of the finer details are still sketchy.

12 April 2017
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Japanese gas demand puts Gazprom export plan in doubt

Uncertainty about Japan’s future gas demand is a concern for Gazprom’s future export projects.

11 April 2017
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Larsen commissioning two gas power plants in Bangladesh

India’s Larsen & Toubro has started commissioning two gas-fired power plants in the Chittagong and Kushtia regions of Bangladesh.

11 April 2017
LNG

Pakistani cabinet committee OKs LNG infrastructure links

Pakistan’s cabinet energy committee has approved connections to LNG infrastructure for domestic, industrial and commercial consumers.

11 April 2017
Exploration & Production

Pertamina looks for overseas oil and gas blocks

Indonesia’s NOC is expected to acquire more oil and gas blocks abroad to meet its government-set production targets.

11 April 2017
Exploration & Production

Petronas approaches buyers for $1 bln stake in SK316

Malaysia’s Petronas has approached around a dozen prospective buyers to take a $1 billion stake in the SK316 offshore gas block.

11 April 2017
A rig at the Mahakam Block. Pertamina will become the operator next January. (SKKMigas) Companies & Finance

Pertamina starts afresh under new CEO

The new CEO of Indonesia’s NOC has a huge task on his hands as the company needs to be restructured while making big investments.

11 April 2017

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