The signing ceremony for the Moheshkhali FSRU Global Markets

Bangladesh prepares for first LNG imports

Bangladesh is getting ready to receive its first delivery of LNG next week as its new FSRU travels across the Indian Ocean carrying Qatari volumes.

By Andrew Walker 20 April 2018
Companies & Finance

Shell subsidiary sells down interest in Mahanagar Gas

Shell’s wholly owned subsidiary BG Asia Pacific Holdings has sold down its interest in Bombay Stock Exchange-listed Mahanagar Gas

12 April 2018
Global Markets

US energy secretary to visit India

United States Energy Secretary Rick Perry will travel to New Delhi next week to discuss the future of the US-India energy relationship

12 April 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

India and Bangladesh sign oil and gas cooperation agreements

India and Bangladesh signed a number of cooperation agreements covering the oil and gas sector and other industries on Monday

12 April 2018
A Bongkot field platform Exploration & Production

Bidders line up for Thailand’s giant gas fields

Bidding is set to open on the expiring Bongkot and Erawan contracts in late April, and the fields look set to attract a broad mix of interested parties.

12 April 2018
LNG

Pakistan’s LNG imports up but still below capacity

Pakistan imported eight LNG cargoes in March, but the country’s second terminal is still not operating at capacity.

12 April 2018
Exploration & Production

Sapura Energy takes FID on Borneo field development

Malaysia’s Sapura Energy and its partners have taken FID on the development of the Gorek, Larak and Bakong fields offshore Borneo

11 April 2018
LNG

Chinese independent LNG importer to build terminal in the Philippines

Jovo Group has signed a letter of intent to build and operate an LNG terminal in the Philippines

11 April 2018
Exploration & Production

Indian companies eye Qatari exploration and LNG project

India’s Petronet LNG wants to partner with Oil and Natural Gas Corp. to farm in to an upcoming exploration and LNG project in Qatar.

11 April 2018
LNG

Sinanju orders Singapore’s first dual-fuel bunker tanker

Singapore-based Sinanju Tankers Holdings has ordered Singapore’s first dual-fuel bunker tanker

10 April 2018
Global Markets

Shares in AAG Energy resume trading

Trading of shares in Hong Kong-listed CBM developer AAG Energy resumed on Tuesday

10 April 2018
Global Markets

Kogas domestic gas sales up 8% in March

South Korea’s state-run Kogas increased domestic gas sales by 8.0% year on year in March, to 3.48 mt of LNG equivalent

10 April 2018
The Incheon LNG terminal in South Korea Policy & Regulation

Gas demand to ebb and flow in South Korea

South Korea’s new gas forecast sees the country’s demand for the fuel rising to 40 mtpa by 2031 following dips in demand in the middle of the next decade.

10 April 2018
Exploration & Production

Thailand to propose Erawan-Bongkot auction terms on 23 April

The Thai Energy Ministry will propose the schedule of auction terms for the Erawan-Bongkot gas fields on 23 April

9 April 2018
LNG

Singapore’s Pavilion receives first LNG for domestic use

Pavilion Gas, a unit of Singapore’s Pavilion Energy, received its first LNG cargo for domestic use on Sunday.

9 April 2018
Shell’s deepwater project in the Philippines’ Malampaya field Exploration & Production

China and Philippines near upstream exploration deal

China and the Philippines are progressing talks to jointly develop resources in disputed territories in the South China Sea.

9 April 2018
LNG

Japan sees strong start to 2018 LNG imports

Japan’s LNG imports were up by 7% in February year on year as a result of low temperatures and higher demand for gas.

9 April 2018
Companies & Finance

BP planning $2 bln of upstream investment in India

BP plans to invest more than $2 billion in India’s upstream sector over the next few years, according to Sashi Mukundan, the company’s regional president

6 April 2018
Policy & Regulation

Bangladesh considering major gas price hike

Bangladesh’s Ministry of Power has recommended hiking gas prices by up to 300%.

6 April 2018
A US Navy destroyer in the South China Sea Exploration & Production

Gunboat diplomacy on the rise in South China Sea

Rising tensions between China and Vietnam could be China’s way of pushing for joint development of disputed resources in the South China Sea.

6 April 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Pertamina admits its pipeline is source of East Kalimantan oil spill

Indonesia’s Pertamina has admitted that one of its pipelines is the source of the oil spill in Balikpapan, East Kalimantan.

5 April 2018

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