Saudi Aramco has sent 40 tonnes of blue ammonia to Japan, for use in zero-carbon power generation.
After reporting a $5 billion loss, Malaysian national oil company (NOC) Petronas is eager to see new money flow into its domestic upstream sector, especially as the majors, such as ExxonMobil, seek to exit the Southeast Asian nation.
Mubadala Petroleum has put its Southeast Asia portfolio up for sale for $2 billion. The Abu Dhabi-based company will be following in the footsteps of ExxonMobil, Chevron, Shell, Murphy Oil, Hess, Repsol and Eni, all of which are looking to sell assets in the Asia region.
Eni’s recent gas discovery offshore Vietnam puts further pressure on ExxonMobil to reduce the value of its Blue Whale project as the U.S. major hunts buyers for what could be the country’s largest-ever gas development.
Equinor has teamed up with two of Japan’s leading energy firms as it looks to make inroads into the East Asian country’s expanding renewables sector.
East Timor is reassessing its ambitious petroleum development plans, which include the Woodside Petroleum-operated Greater Sunrise project, after discovering the economic analysis behind its proposed schemes is inaccurate.
An oil tanker loaded with two million barrels of Kuwati crude sailing toward India’s Paradip refinery caught fire Thursday morning off Sri Lanka’s coast, raising concerns about an oil spill.
Brunei Shell Petroleum has exercised a £35 million contract extension option for the Maersk Convincer jack-up rig for work offshore Brunei Darussalam.
Analysts are expecting a backlash from Beijing as Malaysian national oil company (NOC) Petronas prepares to drill in gas-rich Block SK 316 in the South China Sea off the eastern Malaysian state of Sarawak.
Houston oil field service company Halliburton landed a contract to add cloud computing technology that will improve production at offshore rigs in Thailand.
East Timor may have a second chance to see its Greater Sunrise field developed this decade as Australia’s Santos considers extending the life of the country’s Bayu-Undan project, which feeds the Darwin LNG export plant in northern Australia.
Beijing has increased pressure on Hanoi thereby derailing yet another upstream project in the South China Sea.
Saudi Arabia’s state oil company plans to cut capital expenditure to $25 billion or less next year, about half the amount it was originally planning, according to people familiar with the matter.
A joint venture between UK-headquarterd energy services firm Petrofac and Azerbaijan’s state oil company has secured a £77 million contract with BP Azerbaijan.
Adnoc Logistics & Shipping has launched a joint venture with Wanhua Chemical Group focused on the transportation of LPG and products.
Eni has confirmed the presence of a giant gas and condensate field in Block 114 in the Song Hong Basin off Vietnam.
Imported LNG looks more price competitive compared to India’s new deep-water gas production over the next two to three years
An Aberdeen-based engineering group is eyeing a boost from Russia’s Far East after Covid-19 left it “scrimping and saving”, its boss said.
Total has entered into a partnership with Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) to manufacture and market bitumen derivatives.
China’s biggest oil and gas companies finalized deals worth $56 billion to sell their pipeline networks to a new national carrier at premiums to their book value, a long-awaited step that’s being seen as a boost for investors.
Shifting political dynamics in East Timor hint at a change in direction for the petroleum sector as Woodside values the country’s proposed Greater Sunrise project at zero.
One of the world’s biggest producers of polysilicon -- a key ingredient for solar power systems -- shut a major plant in China after it suffered a series of explosions, according to a person familiar with the incident.
Scottish oil firm Cairn Energy said today that Covid-19 should not significantly delay the long-awaited outcome of its £1.1 billion ($1.4bn) arbitration claim against India.
The floating production systems (FPS) market will rebound to $13 billion annually from 2021-24 with an average oil price of $60 per barrel, analysts have said.
Saudi Aramco’s experience may offer a cautionary tale to other investors considering multi-billion-dollar refining partnerships with Indonesian NOC Pertamina