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CNPC and Gazprom to meet for further supply talks

Delegations from Russia’s Gazprom and China National Petroleum Corp. will meet in late December to negotiate the supply of gas from the Russian Far East to China.

3 December 2018
The BW Singapore FSRU Markets

Pakistan targets third terminal startup in 2020

Pakistan’s third LNG terminal has had to delay its planned startup by a year.

3 December 2018
Upstream

South Africa to pass new oil and gas laws after elections

South Africa’s mineral resources minister, Gwede Mantashe, has said the country aims to pass new oil and gas legislation after the elections next year

30 November 2018
Environment

Limiting global warming to 2C increasingly out of reach – Woodmac

Limiting global warming to 2C will not be possible even if the world accelerates the adoption of low-carbon technologies, Wood Mackenzie said in a report on Friday.

30 November 2018
A decommissioned  coal power plant  in Bloemfontein,  South Africa. Markets

Eskom restructure could stall SA’s LNG power plans

With debts mounting, rolling blackouts imminent and the first round of redundancies under way, the unbundling of South Africa’s power utility looks increasingly likely.

30 November 2018
Environment

Gabon’s oil and gas licensing round at risk from government inaction

Gabon’s latest oil and gas licensing round is at risk because of the ill-health of President Ali Bongo Ondimba

26 November 2018
Australian Labor Party leader Bill Shorten Environment

Labor firms up energy policy as Aussie election nears

A win for the party in the next national poll could see renewables and battery storage prioritised over gas.

26 November 2018
Markets

Oil and gas revenues bring $220 million to Senegal in 2017

Senegal earned XOF 127 billion ($220 million) in revenues from oil and gas last year.

23 November 2018
Upstream

Subsea 7 sanctioned by Equatorial Guinea government

Equatorial Guinea’s oil minister has ordered petroleum companies operating in the country to cease doing business with UK-based Subsea 7.

23 November 2018
Markets

EU reaches draft agreement on power blackouts

The EU institutions have reached a provisional deal aimed at strengthening cross-border cooperation to prevent power blackouts in Europe.

23 November 2018
Gas infrastructure belonging to Romanian state-owned Romgaz Markets

Self-serving Romania tests Brussels’ patience

Romania’s Transgaz has received an EU grant for its ambitious grid expansion. But while the EU give funds, the government takes special dividends.

23 November 2018
Caribbean FLNG will be renamed Tango FLNG. Markets

Argentina takes first step towards LNG exports

Argentina is set to start exporting its gas via an FLNG unit, but a larger liquefaction project will be needed to absorb its rising output.

23 November 2018
Markets

MEPs wants €7.68 bln for energy under CEF 2021-2027

The European Parliament's energy and transport committees have voted in favour of allocating €7.68 billion from the CEF fund to energy network projects.

22 November 2018
Markets

Algeria plans major investments in energy to 2022

Algeria will invest $75 billion in its energy sector between the end of this year and 2022.

22 November 2018
Markets

India plans to back city gas and CNG expansions

India’s minister for petroleum and natural gas has written an article promoting government efforts to make city gas and CNG more available.

22 November 2018
Markets

Minimum household gas price raised to RMB 2.77/cm in Suzhou

Residents in the city of Suzhou in Jiangsu province will pay a minimum of RMB 2.77 per cubic metre from the start of 2019

21 November 2018
ConocoPhillips’ Bayu Undan platform in the Timor Sea Markets

Shell exit from Greater Sunrise paves way for Chinese

East Timor has bought Shell's stake in the Greater Sunrise project, giving it a majority share and puting more impetus behind the project's development.

21 November 2018
Markets

Ghana could exclude gas from projected revenues

Ghana may exclude gas revenues from its finances while it chases payments from the Volta River Authority.

20 November 2018
Markets

Philippine senators urge Duterte to release draft China deal

Two senators in the Philippines have called forPresident Rodrigo Duterte to release a definitive draft of the oil and gas deals he intends to sign with China

20 November 2018
Environment

Woodside’s CEO in favour of a global carbon price

A global carbon price would be the best way to transition to a lower-carbon society and reduce the impact of climate change, Woodside Petroleum Chief Executive Peter Coleman has said

19 November 2018

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