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
The UK government’s latest Energy And Climate Change Public Attitude Tracker reveals that public support for fracking is increasing.
Venezuela says a $2.04 billion award to ConocoPhillips over a decade-old nationalization was a ‘tough lesson.’
Shares of smaller independent US refiners with less complex facilities surged in the stock market in the first quarter.
CPC says its 50,000 barrel-per-day refinery completed a 35-day overhaul and renovation.
Investment into the utility space will become an increasingly favored strategy by oil majors, according to analysts at BMI Research.
Eni announces the start-up of the second production unit at its Zohr project.
ConocoPhillips posts a bigger-than-expected quarterly profit.
Ably Resources wins a contract for a joint-venture geothermal drilling project in the Netherlands.
Iraq failed to attract investment from oil majors in its oil and gas exploration/development contract auction.
Of more than 100 entry-level jobs, engineering jobs are best for recent graduates, according to WalletHub.
PTTEP says 1Q net profit rose 21% as revenue increased on higher energy prices and that it was seeking growth through the acquisition of new assets.
Valero Energy posts a better-than-expected first quarter profit as the independent US refiner benefits from higher refining margins.
An explosion at Husky Energy’s refinery in Superior, Wisconsin, has injured at least 10 people.
BP names Helge Lund, a former head of Norway’s Statoil, as its next chairman.
Shell says it would write down its reserves in the Groningen gas field.
Total reports record high quarterly oil and gas output while beating profit forecasts helped by higher prices.
The first quarter of 2018 had more deals than any first quarter since 2015. But the appetite for risk seen in 1Q 2017 wasn’t there.
An explosion at Husky Energy’s refinery in Superior, Wisconsin, has injured at least five people.
Husky Energy’s first-quarter profit beat analysts’ estimates.
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.
Christmas has come way early in Texas.
Total says it had informed Libya’s authorities of plans to acquire Marathon Oil’s stake in the Waha field.
Bharat Petroleum has issued a tender seeking four LNG cargoes.
Pipeline owners led by Enbridge Inc. and Williams Cos. could be forced to refund as much as $18.5 billion.
After losing ground and underperforming the broad market in 2017, US energy shares are climbing fast.
Oil prices rose despite data showing rising US inventories.
Chevron has evacuated executives from Venezuela after two of its workers were imprisoned over a contract dispute with PDVSA, according to sources.
Heerema Marine Contractors will discontinue its offshore pipe lay activities.
Total and Google Cloud sign an agreement to jointly develop AI solutions.
Subsea 7 is open to potentially sweetening its $2B offer for McDermott if the US company would work with it to identify additional benefits of a deal, Subsea says.