ConocoPhillips' Darwin LNG plant. Projects

Bonaparte LNG in focus as Santos targets Asia

Santos has returned its focus to Australia’s Bonaparte Basin as growing Asian demand brings opportunity to the area.

By Sally Bogle 23 February 2018
Projects

Shtokman to provide project costs to shareholders in October

Shtokman Development AG will present shareholders with an evaluation of the project's costs next month, the company told Interfax on Tuesday. The shareholders plan to make a final investment decision based on these calculations in December.

20 September 2011
Unconventional Gas

China targets 8.5 bcm of shale gas output by 2015

China is targeting 8.5 billion cubic metres of annual shale gas production by 2015 as outlined in the as-yet-unreleased 2011-2015 Shale Gas Development Plan drafted by the National Energy Administration (NEA), a researcher with the Ministry of Land and Resources (MLR) said at an industry forum in Xiamen City, Fujian Province on 19 September.

20 September 2011
Projects

Beyond Shah-Deniz

The Shah-Deniz natural gas development is not the only project that Azerbaijan’s energy sector is currently focusing on. Ahmed Mehdi investigates the other fields drawing their attention.

20 September 2011
Licensing Rounds

Global jumps straight into Namibia seismic work after acquisition

Australian exploration company Global Petroleum has launched straight into seismic work offshore Namibia after completing the acquisition of Jupiter Petroleum.

19 September 2011
Unconventional Gas

PGNiG starts technical shale flows from Lubocino concession

Polish incumbent PGNiG has started flowing technical volumes of shale gas from its Lubocino concession near Wejherowo in Northern Poland, PGNiG announced on Monday.

19 September 2011
Unconventional Gas

China targets 21 bcm of CBM output by 2015 - NEA official

China’s National Energy Administration is forecasting annual production of 21 billion cubic metres (741 billion cubic feet) from coal-bed methane licences by 2015, an NEA official said at an industry forum in Xiamen City, Fujian Province on Monday.

19 September 2011
Projects

CNPC unit to lift annual natural gas production capacity to 10 bcm by 2015

Daqing Oilfield Co. Ltd. (Daqing), a subsidiary of China National Petroleum Corp. (CNPC), plans to increase gas production capacity to 10 billion cubic metres (352 billion cubic feet) by 2015, a senior manager at CNPC said in a statement on Monday.

19 September 2011
Discoveries & Reserves

Saudi non-associated gas push changes game for oil-fixated kingdom

Saudi Arabia is waking up to the reality that the volume of crude available for export may be in decline – threatening its role as OPEC’s ‘swing’ producer. Saudi policy makers are making a concerted push to bring non-associated natural gas supplies on stream.

16 September 2011
Licensing Rounds

Few downstream opportunities keeping foreign firms away from India

The lack of downstream opportunities available to foreign companies that enter India, coupled with a lasting preconception that India has poor geology for oil and gas production, may be dissuading many of the large foreign companies from investing in the country, industry representatives said on Thursday at the Offshore and Unconventional Oil and G

16 September 2011
Projects

CNPC unit’s daily natural gas output in Jilin Province hits 5 Mcm

PetroChina Jilin Oilfield, a unit of China National Petroleum Corp., is outputting 5 million cubic metres (177 million cubic feet) of natural gas per day from gas fields in northeast China’s Jilin Province, CNPC announced on Friday.

16 September 2011
Unconventional Gas

CPI breaks ground on Xinjiang CTG project

State-owned power company China Power Investment Corp. (CPI) began construction of a coal-to-gas (CTG) project in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region in early September, CPI announced yesterday.

16 September 2011
Discoveries & Reserves

Petroceltic and Sonatrach discuss Algerian gas sales

Petroceltic has entered negotiations with Sonatrach to decide how it will sell gas produced from its Algerian operations, Corporate Development Officer Tom Hickey told Interfax on Friday.

16 September 2011
Projects

INPEX plans Indonesia’s first floating LNG terminal

Japan’s INPEX Corporation is planning to build a floating LNG terminal in Indonesia’s Masela Block, Keisuke Yano, a spokesperson for INPEX, told Interfax on Friday.

16 September 2011
Projects

Statoil shuffles Americas portfolio

Norwegian state-controlled company Statoil has said it will farm out a portion of two offshore concessions in Brazil to Canadian company Gran Tierra Energy.

16 September 2011
Projects

First gas ‘pumped’ from Brazil’s pre-salt

The BNamericas news agency has reported that Brazil's state-controlled company Petrobras has started pumping gas from the Lula field, the pre-salt region of the Santos Basin that has yielded the largest oil and gas find of the past 30 years.

16 September 2011
Projects

TAP confident of Shah Deniz victory

Three rival groups are competing for the contract to deliver gas from the Shah Deniz field in Azerbaijan to Europe, although the Trans-Adriatic pipeline believes it will be awarded the contract.

16 September 2011
Projects

China gas giants to invest $3 billion in Guangyuan projects

Two of China’s gas giants, sometimes portrayed as competitors though both are state-owned entities, are aggressively pursuing natural gas projects in Guangyuan City, Sichuan Province, a local energy official said this week.

15 September 2011
Projects

TNK-BP plans to invest $45 bln in upstream projects by 2020

TNK-BP plans to invest $45 billion in upstream and $4 billion in downstream business by 2020, Stan Miroshnik, the Russian-British joint venture's executive vice-president, Strategy and Business Development, said at a forum of the company's suppliers and contractors on Thursday.

15 September 2011
Projects

Total takes equity in Talisman’s Indonesia blocks

French energy giant Total confirmed on Thursday that it would take a stake in three of Talisman Energy’s deep water blocks in in the Makassar Straight in Indonesia.

15 September 2011
Projects

Rockhopper’s $2 billion plan has no room for gas

UK-based Rockhopper Exploration, which is investing $2 billion in offshore oil production to the north of the Falkland Islands archipelago in the South Atlantic Ocean, has no current plans to drill for gas, Interfax has learned.

15 September 2011

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