Italian energy company Eni has kicked off gas production from its Jangkrik fields offshore Indonesia.
ExxonMobil has agreed to buy a petrochemicals plant in Singapore from Jurong Aromatics Corporation.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) will provide a $500million loan to support the Shah Deniz 2 gas project in the Caspian Sea, the Azeri finance ministry said.
French energy major Total said today that it had started production from a gas field offshore Myanmar.
Chevron has announced plans to sell its Bangladesh companies. The California-based firm said its subsidiary Chevron Global Ventures had agreed to sell shares of its subsidiaries operating in Bangladesh to Himalaya Energy. Chevron Bangladesh operates the Bibiyana, Jalalabad and Moulavi Bazar fields.
Russian gas giant Gazprom's head Alexey Miller has met with the Deputy Prime Minister of Republic of Uzbekistan, in Moscow.
Canadian firm Husky Energy has inked a production sharing deal for a block off the coast of China.
Offshore engineering consultancy Aqualis Offshore has opened an office in Taiwan to help the company drum up more work in oil and gas and renewables.
Malaysian energy firm Petronas is inviting bids worth about $1billion for a near-50% stake in an offshore gas block, a news report said.
Engineering services firm EnerMech said today that it had won £40million worth of contracts in the Caspian region.
Tethys Petroleum was hit by a 47% drop in sales to $11.7million during a turmoil-hit 2016 for the London-listed company.
Amec Foster Wheeler (AFW) said today that it had clinched a contract to upgrade Shell’s installations in Brunei.
North-east energy service firm Proserv said yesterday it had won a “multi-million dollar” contract with Premier Oil for work in Asia Pacific.
Gazprom PJSC deputy head Alexander Medvedev is taking solace in old sayings by the founding father of the People’s Republic of China as the natural gas giant pushes ahead with a plan to become its biggest supplier.
Saudi Aramco will invest $7billion in an oil refinery project in Malaysia, the country’s prime minister said.
PetroChina Co., the country’s biggest listed oil and gas producer, said full-year income in 2016 fell by as much as 80 percent.
Workers employed in Gabon by Shell went on strike today amid redundancy concerns, a news report said, citing a letter from a trade union.
China’s oil demand went up by 1.1% in October compared to the same month last year, S&P Global Platts said.
An Australian oil and gas explorer has been awarded a permit for 100% of the exploration rights for a block offshore China .
Malaysian energy firm Petronas is celebrating production start-up on its first floating LNG facility, PFLNG SATU.
BP has bought a 3.06% stake in an Indonesian liquefied natural gas (LNG) project from Repsol for more than $300million, the Spanish firm has said.
General Electric (GE) has opened a digital technology centre in India that will create 1,000 jobs.
Thirteen people have been arrested after scaffolding collapsed at a power plant construction site in eastern China, killing 74 workers.
Central Asia focused Tethys Petroleum suffered a 46% slump in third quarter revenues due to a drop in production and the devaluation of the Kazakh currency.
China National Petroleum Corp. plans to spin off most non-energy assets -- a portfolio comprising roughly 10 percent of its workforce -- as low oil prices force the state-run behemoth to streamline, according to people with knowledge of the matter.