Shandong Marine Group has shipped a batch of LNG containers from PetroChina’s Dalian terminal to the port city of Weihai in Shandong province
The Sakura LNG carrier has left Dominion Energy’s Cove Point LNG plant in the United States carrying the facility’s first commercial cargo to be sold to Japan
Japan’s Jera, a joint venture between Tokyo Electric and Chubu Electric, plans to invest $935 million in power generation projects in the United States
China National Offshore Oil Corp.’s LNG terminal in Putian sold 236,000 tons of LNG by tanker truck in the first three months of 2018
China National Offshore Oil Corp.’s LNG terminal in Ningbo has received 11.43 mt of the fuel since going online in September 2012
Vietnam’s PV Power has received government approval to build two gas-fired power plants in the south of the country
Sinopec’s LNG terminal in Tianjin has received 245,500 tons and sold 54,500 tons since startup, as of 17 April
Ocean Floor Geophysics has completed a third high-resolution survey of near-surface gas hydrates in Japanese waters
South Korea’s Kogas is aiming to diversify its gas imports as the fuel is expected to play a “bridging role” under the country’s new energy roadmap
The prime ministers of Singapore and Vietnam have signed a memorandum of understanding to collaborate on LNG projects
New LNG importers are emerging to help export projects get off the ground – assuming the role historically held by Japanese and South Korean firms.
FLNGs are being seen as a temporary alternative to much larger onshore gas projects, which are waiting for buyers and investors to return to the LNG market.
Lebanese energy projects are running out of time if they hope to secure approval before the country’s upcoming elections
United States-based oil and gas company Hess reduced its losses by two-thirds in Q1 2018 year on year.
A shift away from coal and nuclear power in Europe could brighten the prospects for future LNG demand in the region.
Norway’s Statoil recorded adjusted earnings of $4.4 billion in Q1 2018, up from $3.3 billion during the same period the previous year
France’s Total has signed an agreement with Google Cloud to jointly develop artificial intelligence technology to speed up oil and gas exploration.
China National Petroleum Corp.’s Liuzhuang underground gas storage depot in Jiangsu province began gas injections on 18 April.
The Prelude FLNG and Ichthys LNG projects in Australia are both expected to start up soon.
Singaporean shipbuilder Keppel Offshore & Marine is on track to deliver Southeast Asia’s first dual-fuel LNG tug to Keppel Smit Towage in May
The Thai government announced the auction details for the Erawan and Bongkot offshore gas fields on Tuesday
Bangladesh has received its first cargo of LNG on board the Excellence FSRU, which arrived at the port of Moheshkhali on Monday
Algeria’s Skikda LNG plant has not shipped a single cargo since early March, according to media reports
Canada’s Oryx Petroleum has farmed out its 30% stake in the Haute Mer B exploration licence offshore Congo-Brazzaville to a local subsidiary of Total for $8 million
The South Sudanese government has made official overtures to invite Russian petroleum companies to invest in the country’s oil and gas sector
Algeria has opened a 530-km gas pipeline to supply the southern city of Tamanrasset with 700,000 cubic metres per day of gas.
Lebanon is looking at what can be learnt from its previous licensing experience as it prepares for a second round.
Stakeholders at a gas conference in Berlin attempted to portray an optimistic outlook for Russian gas exports to Europe despite political tensions.
Algeria has recently talked up its plans to increase its renewable power capacity, but there are signs its interest is starting to wane.
Santos has reached an agreement with ConocoPhillips and South Korea’s SK Group to start FEED work on the Barossa project to backfill Darwin LNG
Petronas delivered its first LNG cargo to South Korea’s S-Oil on Sunday.
McDermott International has rebuffed an unsolicited attempt by UK-listed Subsea 7 to acquire its listed capital.
Cheniere plans to take FID on the third train at its Corpus Christi LNG plant in the United States in the first half of this year
Japan’s JGC and United States-based Fluor have won an EPC contract to build the LNG Canada project in British Columbia
The Chinese government and industry have learned their lessons from last winter, the president of Sinopec subsidiary Unipec has said.
China’s Shuangliu UGS depot has supplied 1.4 bcm of gas since going online in December 2016
Sinopec is ready to start building the first phase of the Ordos-Anping-Cangzhou gas pipeline.
Analysts have dismissed reports that Total and Quadrant Energy will place a rival bid for Australia’s Santos to compete with Harbour Energy.
CNOOC) saw its sales revenues rise by 10.8% year on year in Q1 2018
Indonesia’s Ministry of State-owned Enterprises has removed Pertamina’s chief executive in a management shake-up after a series of problems at the state-owned company
Indonesian NOC Pertamina has signed deals to take over the rights to eight expiring oil and gas blocks.
Jiangsu province in eastern China used a total of 21.7 billion cubic metres of gas last year, making it the biggest gas consumer of all of China’s provinces
An association of four Japanese companies will start the world’s first international supply of hydrogen from Brunei to Japan in January 2020.
PetroChina’s gas sales branch for eastern China sold 40 billion cubic metres of gas in 2017
Japan’s Inpex and its partners have bought a cargo of LNG to cool down the tanks of the Ichthys LNG export plant in Australia
Shell’s chief executive has held a meeting with Pakistan’s prime minister to discuss the company’s further investment in oil and gas projects in the country.
Oilfield services company Schlumberger has announced a 16% decline in its pre-tax operating income in Q1 2018.
As Egypt liberalises its gas sector, grid operator GASCO is seeing a growing need for storage facilities.
Hubei province’s energy company is investing in LNG infrastructure on the Yangtze River, in the expectation that inland LNG bunkering will grow.
SDX Energy has discovered gas at its LNB-1 exploration well in the Lalla Mimouna permit in Morocco.
Three LNG carriers sailed through the Panama Canal in a single day this week for the first time in the waterway’s history.
Russia withdrew 48.7 bcm of gas from underground storage depots in the 2017/2018 winter, the second-highest volume on record
Brazilian state-run giant Petrobras has received three binding proposals for its TAG gas pipeline company.
Golar Power has reached financial close on the 1.5 GW Porto de Sergipe LNG-to-power project in northeast Brazil.
PetroChina’s Qinghai Oilfield unit sold 3.3 million cubic metres of LNG in Q1 2018, up by 230% year on year.
Pakistan’s Economic Coordination Committee has deferred a decision on reforming the country’s tax on LNG imports following opposition from the Ministry of Finance.