Philippines Shortlists Six Countries for $2 Billion LNG Hub, to Pick One Partner

  The Philippines has shortlisted six countries and will choose one from them as a partner for its planned $2-billion receiving and distribution facility for...

Thailand’s PTT Considers Taking Stake in Malaysia Gas Facility

  Thailand's state-owned oil and gas giant PTT is considering taking a stake in a natural gas liquefaction plant to be built in Malaysia, a...

Australia Joins International Solar Alliance Led By India And France

  The International Solar Alliance was launched by India during the COP 21 in Paris, and received support from over 100 countries with substantial solar potential. Australia...

Vietnam’s Nghi Son Refinery to Import Its First Kuwaiti Crude Cargo

  Vietnam's Nghi Son Refinery and Petrochemical LLC (NSRP), the owner of the country's second oil refinery, has chartered a supertanker to carry crude from...

In Coal-Focused Pakistan, a Wind Power Breeze is Blowing

  Pakistan is beginning to reap the benefits of Chinese investment in renewable energy infrastructure, with the opening of the first wind power project constructed...

ExxonMobil Says Will Drop Discussions Over Indonesia’s East Natuna Gas Field

  The Indonesian unit of ExxonMobil on Tuesday (18/07) said it "no longer wishes to continue further discussions or activity" involving the country's East Natuna...

Oil Prices Stable As Strong Demand Meets Ongoing Supply Glut

  Oil prices were stable on Tuesday, supported by strong consumption but weighed by ongoing high supplies from producer club OPEC and also the United...

Cold Storage: Traders Shift Oil Products Out of Tanks as Short-Term Demand Soars

  Some energy traders in Southeast Asia are cutting their use of storage tanks as short-term demand for oil products soars, hitting companies that rent...

BP Ships Diesel From the US to Australia in Unusual Move

  Oil major BP Plc is shipping diesel from the United States to Australia in an unusual shipping flow, several industry sources told Reuters on...

Drilling for Oil in Disputed Sea May Resume This Year: Philippine Official

  Drilling for oil and natural gas on the Reed Bank in the South China Sea may resume before the end of the year, a...
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