Author: Simon Ferrie
ExxonMobil confirms Mozambique LNG halt
2 August 2021
Oil major confirms another Mozambican LNG project is on hold for security reasons
China starts Huizhou LNG terminal construction
30 July 2021
Asian LNG importer continues to expand its import infrastructure for the fuel
Malaysia awards another offshore block to Shell
29 July 2021
The major has been awarded another block by NOC Petronas, but government involvement remains vital
Bay of Bengal gas project advances
27 July 2021
Reliance continues to progress its KGD6 development, but the scheme has experienced some delays
Indonesia OKs Madura strait gas project
27 July 2021
Jakarta has greenlit plans for a gas project in the Madura strait, off the coast of eastern Java
Japan considers scaling back LNG use
22 July 2021
Global LNG demand might not reach previously forecast heights this decade as Tokyo mulls an increased role for renewables
Tullow to resume Gabon expansion
20 July 2021
The debt-burdened firm’s fortunes appear to be turning
Jadestone advances Malaysian acquisitions
19 July 2021
The Singapore-based firm is the latest independent to expand its upstream portfolio through the purchase of divested assets, this time in Malaysia
TotalEnergies sells Gladstone LNG facilities
14 July 2021
The French major continues to trim its portfolio
Letter from London: Shipping GHG targets not all plain sailing
8 July 2021
The IMO’s ambitious emission goals are still reliant on as-yet unproven technology
Nigeria’s PIB inches towards law
8 July 2021
The Petroleum Industry Bill reached an important milestone at the start of July
South Sudan struggles with refinery ambitions
6 July 2021
The country’s various refining projects appear to have stalled, with the exception of one South African-backed scheme
South Africa's gas-fired plans suffer blow
30 June 2021
Different segments of the South African state are in dispute over plans to employ more gas-fired generation capacity, in the form of powerships
Iranian storage poses shipping headache
29 June 2021
Iran may face crude transportation bottlenecks if and when sanctions are lifted
Australia to subsidise remaining refineries
24 June 2021
Concerned about supply security, Australia plans to fund its last two refineries standing for at least the next six years.
Nigeria LNG Train 7 advances
22 June 2021
The expansion to Nigeria’s liquefaction capacity will face growing global competition
Tullow sees progress in Kenya
21 June 2021
The company might not have given up on its Kenyan ambitions
Indonesia’s upstream shifts as IOCs exit
17 June 2021
State-owned Pertamina may see further expansion of its role if more international firms exit without finding alternative buyers
Indebted KrisEnergy set for liquidation
15 June 2021
Disappointing Cambodian exploration results seal Singaporean independent’s fate
India needs tax and regulatory consistency – Cairn
15 June 2021
Rules for new prospects should be extended to mature fields, according to the domestic producer
Total targets 2025 for first Uganda oil
14 June 2021
The French major plans to produce 190,000bl/d from six fields at the Tilenga development
BP and Singapore’s Pavilion ink LNG supply deal
11 June 2021
BP and a Temasek subsidiary sign a long-term LNG supply deal with a full-cycle emissions ambition
Limited role for gas in India's energy mix
8 June 2021
Gas is caught between present reliance on coal and future growth for renewables
Indian oil and gas less disrupted by second Covid wave
4 June 2021
The greater human toll of the latest spike in coronavirus cases is not mirrored in India’s hydrocarbons markets
ExxonMobil considers Chad divestment
3 June 2021
Savannah is the latest independent to see opportunity in mature African assets, as another major seeks an out
Japan sees long-term role for LNG
1 June 2021
Natural gas will be an essential part of Japan’s plan to be carbon-neutral by 2050 and beyond
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