Operational rigs in Asia Pacific targeting gas in December 2017. Global Markets

Number of rigs in Asia Pacific falls in December

The number of countries exploring for gas in the Asia Pacific region dropped to five in December as both China and Indonesia saw their counts fall to zero.

By Andrew Walker 19 January 2018
Global Markets

2014 in pictures

A look at the most interesting stories that shaped 2014.

15 December 2014
Global Markets

After bad luck comes good fortune – hopefully

Australia’s CBM-to-LNG projects are finally coming online following years of problems, only to find that the one thing they all took for granted – a high oil price – has moved against them.

11 December 2014
Global Markets

Talk of the barrio: Argentina’s extra gasp of oxygen

Argentina will benefit from falling oil prices in 2015, but it’s not all good news for the indebted Latin American country, a Buenos Aires-based analyst tells Wildcat.

11 December 2014
Global Markets

China and Russia reshape world energy dynamics

Dong Xiucheng, deputy dean of the School of Business Administration at the China University of Petroleum, speaks to Interfax about Sino-Russian energy cooperation and China’s gas price reforms.

9 December 2014
Global Markets

Wildcat’s Pick of the Week

Wildcat gives you a headstart on the coming week and a round-up of what mattered last week.

8 December 2014
Global Markets

LNG market set to rebalance as glut looms

A new wave of liquefaction capacity could soon rebalance the LNG market at lower prices, pushing Asian prices back down to post-Fukushima lows.

5 December 2014
Global Markets

Indian price hike will fail to kickstart power plants

India’s long-awaited gas price revision has not raised the price high enough to encourage new domestic production or make LNG prices more competitive, according to Goldman Sachs.

4 December 2014
Global Markets

China energy strategy key to Russian cooperation

Pragmatism will dominate China’s thinking as it considers the extent of possible energy cooperation with Russia in the years ahead.

3 December 2014
Global Markets

Russian Finance Ministry predicts $60-80/bbl oil price for next 3 years

The average price of oil will fluctuate between $60 and $80/bbl over the next three years, but will likely be closer to $80/bbl, the head of long-term strategic planning at Russia’s Finance Ministry, Maxim Oreshkin, told journalists

3 December 2014
Global Markets

Russia resumes partial coal supply to Ukraine

Russia has partially resumed the supply of coal to Ukraine, Yuriy Prodan, Ukraine's energy and mining minister, told reporters in Kiev on Monday.

1 December 2014
Global Markets

France’s Total to retain Russia focus – new chief executive

France’s largest oil and gas company, Total, is keen to retain close ties with Moscow following the death of the company’s pro-Russia chief executive, Christophe de Margerie

1 December 2014
Global Markets

OPEC decision casts shadow over LNG developments

Greenfield LNG projects due for sanction in the next couple of years and further US developments could be at risk now oil prices look likely to remain lower for longer, analysts say.

28 November 2014
Global Markets

Wildcat’s Pick of the Week

Wildcat gives you a headstart on the coming week and a round-up of what mattered last week.

24 November 2014
Global Markets

The Brazil Brief: Operation Carwash

It is early days in the probe into corruption at state-run Petrobras. But can Brazil emerge stronger from the scandal?

20 November 2014
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Polar vortex shows weakness in US PJM grid

Extreme cold last winter caused capacity outages in the northeast United States and revealed problems with the grid, the operator’s chief executive says.

19 November 2014
Global Markets

Kurdish gas prospects looking up as IS wavers

As allied forces begin to push back the Islamic State insurgency from Kurdistan, investors in the region are beginning to see a glimmer of hope.

18 November 2014
Global Markets

Wildcat’s Pick of the Week

Wildcat gives you a headstart on the coming week and a round-up of what mattered last week.

17 November 2014
Global Markets

European Parliament adopts resolution condemning Turkey’s actions in Cyprus’ EEZ

The European Parliament adopted a resolution strongly condemning Turkey’s illegal and provocative actions in Cyprus’ EEZ on Thursday.

14 November 2014
Global Markets

Egypt to repay all its debt to IOCs in six months – Petroleum Ministry

Egypt plans to pay off its $4.9 billion debt to foreign oil and gas producers within six months, the Oil Ministry said on Thursday.

14 November 2014
Global Markets

Wildcat’s Pick of the Week

Wildcat gives you a headstart on the coming week and a round-up of what mattered last week.

11 November 2014

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