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Virus Lockdowns Pummel Global Gas Demand, Force LNG Output Cuts

May 07, 2020

Lockdowns to slow the coronavirus pandemic are pummelling gas demand in the world's biggest buyers of liquefied natural gas (LNG), pushing Asia's spot prices to record lows and forcing some suppliers to start cutting output. Economies worldwide…

KrisEnergy Secures Loan for Offshore Project in Cambodia

May 01, 2020

Southeast Asia-focused oil company KrisEnergy has said it has secured a loan for the development of a gas field offshore Cambodia.The company on April 30, 2020, entered into a credit facility agreement with Kepinvest Singapore Pte. Ltd. as a lender for a loan of up to $87 million…

Inpex Gets Nod for Further Subsea Installation Works at Ichthys

Apr 29, 2020

Australian offshore safety regulator NOPSEMA has approved Inpex's application to install Umbilicals, Risers and Flowlines (URF) infrastructure as part of the next stage of the development of the Ichthys gas and condensate field offshore W. Australia…

Pertamina Buys NWS Condensate at 'Deep Discount'

Apr 08, 2020

Indonesia's state oil and gas company PT Pertamina has bought a cargo of Australian North West Shelf (NWS) condensate at a deep discount of $8 a barrel to dated Brent on a cost-and-freight (CFR) basis, three trade sources told Reuters on Wednesday…

Iran's South Pars Field Tops 700 MCM/Day Output

Apr 07, 2020

Daily gas production at Iran's South Pars field reached more than 700 million cubic meters (mcm) per day in the last Iranian calendar year, the head of the Pars Oil and Gas Company (POGC) said on Sunday, according to the official IRNA news agency…

Norwegian Gas Exports to UK Fall Sharply as Demand Slumps

Apr 03, 2020

Pipeline gas flows from Norway to Britain fell 44% on Friday from the start of the week as the summer gas season starts and coronavirus lockdowns continue to hit demand, data shows.Pipeline gas flows to Britain fell to 49.7 million cubic meters (mcm) per day on Friday…

Woodside Gets OK for Scarborough Proposal

Apr 02, 2020

Australian offshore oil and gas safety regulator NOPSEMA has approved Woodside's offshore project proposal (OPP) from for the development of the Scarborough gas fields off northern Western Australia.The OPP is the primary Commonwealth environmental…

Worley, Chevron Extend Service Contract in Australia

Mar 31, 2020

Australian energy services company Worley has secured an extension to an existing services contract with Chevron Australia.Under the contract, engineering and procurement services will be provided to support Chevron's Australian assets, including the Gorgon project…

Brazil: FPSO Charter Ends 5 Years after Deadly Explosion

Mar 30, 2020

FPSO leasing company BW Offshore has informed that a charter for FPSO Cidade de Sao Mateus has expired. The FPSO was involved in an explosion in February 2015, an incident in which nine workers were killed, and 26 others injured. There were…

Australia May Need LNG Imports from 2024

Mar 27, 2020

Australia will need to import liquefied natural gas (LNG) by 2024 for its southern states to avoid shortfalls unless more gas fields are developed locally and pipelines are expanded, the country's energy market operator said on Friday.Despite…

20 Workers Isolated at Field Feeding Nord Stream Pipeline

Mar 26, 2020

Gas giant Gazprom said on Thursday 20 workers have been quarantined at Bovanenkovo gas field, which feeds the Nord Stream pipeline and is a key source of Russian gas supplies to Europe, after contact with a person who has coronavirus.The outbreak…

Sakhalin-2 LNG Plant Ships Out 1,800th LNG Cargo

Mar 26, 2020

The Port of Prigorodnoye on the Pacific coast in the Russian Far East has loaded its 1,800th LNG cargo produced at the Sakhalin-2 LNG plant, in operation since 2009, Gazprom has informed.The LNG cargo was loaded onto the Hyundai Aquapia LNG carrier…

Mozambique Army, Islamist Insurgents Battle Near Gas projects

Mar 24, 2020

Mozambican troops battled Islamist insurgents in a town in a northern town on Monday close to billion-dollar gas projects being developed by ExxonMobil and Total, police said.The General Commander of Mozambique's police, Bernardino Rafael, said…

Equinor Setting Up 'Project' to Deal with Virus, Oil Price Effects

Mar 17, 2020

Norwegian oil and gas company Equinor is set to form what it described as a 'temporary corporate project' aimed at dealing with the effects of the coronavirus and the low oil prices.'The Coronavirus, measures to limit the spread and the significant…

Oil Price Crash - Where Does Asia Go from Here?

Mar 17, 2020

Energy companies across the Asia Pacific responding to unprecedented challenges on multiple fronts 2020 has hit us like a fist. Coronavirus is already the most severe shock to hit the world economy since the financial crisis over a decade ago…

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