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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

South Korea offers ‘free’ LNG terminal to Sri Lanka

South Korea has offered a ‘free’ LNG terminal to Sri Lanka in return for an order of 1 mtpa of LNG for 20 years at international market prices

15 January 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Pakistan government adds 10 GW to power grid – PM

The government of Pakistan has added 10 GW of power capacity to the national grid and is striving to develop enough capacity to meet the country’s needs for the next 15 years.

15 January 2018
Exploration & Production

Bapex announces new gas discovery in southern Bangladesh

Bapex, Bangladesh’s state oil and gas exploration company, has announced the discovery of a new gas reserve in the southern coastal district of Bhola.

15 January 2018
LNG

Pakistan LNG import growth continues in December

The Pakistan GasPort resumed operations in December, taking delivery of two cargoes and helping lift Pakistani LNG imports by 12% for the month.

15 January 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

India moves to ensure gas supply for housing scheme

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has asked his government to ensure that houses built under the ‘Housing For All’ scheme in rural areas are supplied with gas.

12 January 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Indian government tells Gail to focus on pipelines

India’s central government wants Gail to focus on laying gas pipelines, Dharmendra Pradhan, the country’s oil minister, said on Tuesday.

12 January 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

CNPC subsidiary looking for new gas supply in Myanmar

A subsidiary of China National Petroleum Corp. is looking for new sources of gas in Myanmar to supply the pipeline connecting the two countries

12 January 2018
Exploration & Production

PetroChina subsidiary to invest $300 mln in Indonesian production

PetroChina’s Indonesian unit plans to invest at least $300 million in 2018 to boost production at its oil and gas blocks in Java and Sumatra

12 January 2018
LNG

Pakistan to sign more long-term LNG supply deals

Pakistan’s government is considering signing long-term sales and purchase agreements for LNG to reduce its reliance on spot purchases

12 January 2018
An offshore rig at Indonesia’s Mahakam block. Exploration & Production

Pertamina told to up its game for expiring PSCs

The government of Indonesia has told Pertamina to improve its bids for four expiring PSCs, or existing operators will be allowed to extend their contracts.

12 January 2018
Exploration & Production

Gail to set up India’s first coal-to-gas plant

India’s Gail is expected to set up the country’s first coal-to-gas conversion plant in the state of Odisha.

11 January 2018
Exploration & Production

ONGC to open India’s Kutch basin for production

ONGC is set to open Kutch, India’s eighth sedimentary basin, for commercial production.

11 January 2018
An LNG terminal in Malaysia. LNG

Malaysian newcomers hope to benefit from TPA law

Malaysia’s third-party access law will come into force at the end of January, but it could be difficult for newcomers to compete with Petronas.

11 January 2018
LNG

Southeast Asia’s LNG exports up in October

Volumes were up by 6% in October on an annual basis, with total exports exceeding 40 mt for the first 10 months of the year.

11 January 2018
Companies & Finance

Trial begins for 22 PetroVietnam executives

Vietnam began the trial of 22 executives charged over losses amounting to hundreds of millions of dollars at state oil company PetroVietnam.

10 January 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Philippines approves Malaya power plant for privatisation

The Philippine Department of Energy has said that the Malaya thermal power plant can be privatised and converted to run on LNG or coal this year.

10 January 2018
Exploration & Production

Power outage shuts Malaysia’s Ophir field production

A power outage on an FPSO has shut down production from the Ophir field offshore Malaysia.

10 January 2018
Exploration & Production

PetroChina subsidiary hopes to extend Indonesian contracts

PetroChina’s Indonesia subsidiary hopes to continue operating several blocks in the country that have contracts expiring soon.

10 January 2018
Gas for Transport

Gas-fuelled engine development under way ahead of new Indian standards

Tata Motors and WestPort Fuel Systems are working together to develop a gas-fuelled engine that can meet the Bharat Stage VI emissions.

9 January 2018
Companies & Finance

Rostec chosen to build North-South pipeline in Pakistan

Russia’s Rostec, which has been selected to build Pakistan’s North-South pipeline, has secured financing for the project.

9 January 2018

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