First Gen has reported that its delayed liquified natural gas (LNG) import project in the Philippines will finish construction by the end of Q1 2023.
Australia says it’s doing what it can to ensure supplies of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Asian customers will remain reliable, in response to concerns producers could be forced to redirect to relieve domestic shortfalls.
Newly elected President Ferdinand Marcos Jr reiterated his support for more renewable energy, as well as nuclear power, and natural gas, in the Philippines, one of Southeast Asia’s fastest growing economies. The news comes as plans to import maiden liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargoes into the country have stuttered due to surging global prices.
AG&P aims to commission the Philippines' first liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal this December as part of the company’s strategy to operate five LNG regasification facilities across Asia by 2025.
India is set to get more channels to buy cheap Russian oil, with a new wave of smaller, international traders muscling into its vast market by offering barrels shunned by rivals after the invasion of Ukraine.
China’s LNG imports are set to fall over 14% year-on-year to 69 million tonnes (Mt) in 2022, the largest decline since it started importing LNG, reported Wood Mackenzie.
China continued to snap up Russian energy products last month, including a record quantity of crude oil, lifting purchases to $7.47 billion -- about $1 billion more than April and double the amount of a year ago.
European Union leaders agreed to pursue a partial ban on Russian oil, paving the way for a sixth package of sanctions to punish Russia and its president, Vladimir Putin, for the invasion of Ukraine.
The UK Government expects Britain can stop importing Russian natural gas before the end of the year, sooner than expected, a person familiar with the matter said.
Almost two million barrels of Russian oil has landed in the UK since the invasion of Ukraine, Greenpeace has claimed.
US president Joe Biden has told Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi that increasing oil imports from Russia is not in India’s interest.
China is slashing liquefied natural gas (LNG) purchases as soaring global prices deepen import losses and pandemic lockdowns throttle domestic demand.
For price-sensitive liquefied natural gas (LNG) buyers in Asia, now is not the time to build new LNG import terminals, according to the latest study from the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA).
The Biden administration will impose a ban on US imports of Russian energy on Tuesday without the participation of its European allies, according to people familiar with the matter.
The Biden administration is considering whether to prohibit Russian oil imports into the US without the participation of allies in Europe, at least initially, according to two people familiar with the matter.
Local utility First Gen Corporation is on track to start importing the Philippines’ first-ever cargoes of liquefied natural gas (LNG) later this year as its receiving terminal nears completion.
China, the world’s biggest buyer of crude, is set to start 2022 with a subdued appetite for oil. For that, you can blame -- or thank -- Beijing’s increasingly tough line on the virus, pollution, and rule-breakers.
French power company EDF Group (EPA:EDF) has signed a memorandum of understanding with Singapore government-owned utilities company SP Group to jointly develop a subsea transmission cable to enable renewable energy imports from Indonesia to Singapore.
China’s energy crunch pulled in more coal and gas imports in September, as buyers scrambled to ensure adequate supplies to counter a deepening power shortage ahead of peak winter demand.
Estimates from OilX show China’s crude oil imports fell 8.6% month-on-month to average 9.62 million barrels per day (b/d) in September. This would imply a year-on-year fall of 18.7%, or 2.2 million b/d, the latest data from the analytics firm showed.
Vietnam's state-run PetroVietnam Power Corp (HM:POW.) has signed a deal to allow a consortium of two local banks to arrange a $1.4 billion syndicated loan for two liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects, the government said yesterday.
China is urging its liquefied natural gas (LNG) importers to procure more supply to fix its energy crisis, while providing little financial support for firms paying record-high rates for the super-chilled fuel.
You do not have to look far to find arguments that the UK is more polarised than it has been for decades.
While most gas suppliers look set to benefit from a global spike in gas prices, PetroChina (HK:857) is one of the few exceptions, as regulated prices and rising gas import losses are set to squeeze China’s largest gas producer.
China’s energy crisis is shaping up as the latest shock to global supply chains as factories in the world’s biggest exporter are forced to conserve energy by curbing production in part due to gas shortages. Significantly, China the world’s top buyer of natural gas, has not filled stockpiles fast enough, even though imports have surged in the last year. This could spark a global bidding war for gas supplies.