India’s top energy companies, Petronet LNG Ltd. and ONGC Videsh Ltd., are having discussions about buying a stake in Russia’s planned liquefied natural gas project Arctic LNG 2, as their government seeks to secure supplies of the cleaner burning fuel.
Indian state-backed Oil & Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) has pumped first gas from its deep-water U1B well off India’s eastern coast.
Indian Oil Corporation said Friday that it is expanding its joint venture with Malaysian state-backed energy company Petronas to include building liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals, as well fuel retailing and gas distribution in India. Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) is already imported by Indian Oil under an equal joint venture with Petronas called IndianOil Petronas.
While the current boom in domestic gas production will derail liquefied natural gas (LNG) demand growth in the short-term, the lack of significant pre-FID domestic supply and no discoveries of note in blocks awarded under the OALP rounds should ensure that beyond 2024 India’s LNG demand roars back, writes Gavin Thompson, Wood Mackenzie Asia Pacific vice chair.
As national carbon-neutral targets come into focus, Asia Pacific solar photovoltaic (PV) capacity could triple by 2030 to 1500 gigawatts (GW), with Indonesia potentially the fastest expanding market by the end of the decade, according to new research from Wood Mackenzie.
Global Power Synergy, the listed power unit of Thailand’s national energy company PTT Group, has acquired a 41.6% stake in Indian renewable energy provider Avaada Energy for about 14.8 billion baht ($453 million).
India’s state-backed Oil & Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) said that it plans to spend 300 billion Indian rupees ($4.03 billion) during its current financial year to boost oil and gas output. ONGC’s profits have also bounced back.
Energy services firm Aker Solutions has bagged a contract to carry out design work for a planned LNG terminal in India.
The expected return of Iranian oil to the market as US sanctions are likely to be lifted over the next year will offer new opportunities for former buyers in Asia to reshuffle their oil import mixes. Significantly, the return of Iranian barrels will trigger a fierce battle among global suppliers for market share raising the risk of price drops, reported Fitch Solutions.
India expects fuel demand to get back to pre-virus levels by the end of 2021 as the world’s third-biggest oil consumer emerges from the clutches of the Covid-19 pandemic.
India’s richest man, Mukesh Ambani, who has run one of the world’s largest petroleum businesses for over two decades, yesterday announced that his company Reliance Industries, will invest 750 billion rupees ($10 billion) towards clean energy solutions over the next three years.
South Asia, which includes India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh, is slowly following the rest of the world in the transition towards cleaner energy systems. The subtle shift opens potentially large market opportunities for energy service suppliers.
Thailand's state-owned oil and gas group, PTT, will invest 20 billion baht ($635 million) in renewable energy in India, China and elsewhere in Asia, as it takes steps to shift from fossil fuels to cleaner energy sources.
India’s H-Energy is set to finalise a long-term deal to supply re-gasified liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Bangladesh through a cross border natural gas pipeline.
The world’s fourth-largest wind power market is expected to add nearly 20.2 GW of new capacity between 2021 and 2025, according to the latest report from the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) and MEC Intelligence (MEC+).
Asia’s uneven oil demand recovery has been headlined by China and India, but the Covid-19 comeback that’s swept through other key fuel-consuming nations is complicating a return to pre-pandemic levels.
India’s oil industry is bracing itself as a powerful cyclone is set to slam into India early Wednesday morning, the second in less than two weeks.
India’s Oil & Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) is seeking to buy newly built jack-up drilling rigs as the national oil company (NOC) looks to secure long-term offshore drilling capacity.
Total and ArcelorMittal Nippon Steel (AMNS) have signed a deal for the supply of up to 500,000 tons of liquefied natural gas (LNG) per year until 2026.
India’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) importers are asking suppliers to defer deliveries as measures to curb the spread of the Covid-19 virus have cut demand for the fuel.
India, the world's third-largest oil importer, is the latest coronavirus hotspot. It has recently hit a record-breaking number of new daily coronavirus cases—a statistic that dented oil demand and pressured oil prices.
Oil prices dipped as traders weighed weaker fuel demand in India against optimism over the global economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
India’s Covid-19 crisis has pummelled demand for transport fuels to the lowest in several months, highlighting the risks for energy consumption amid an uneven global recovery from the pandemic.
The Indian Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas has reportedly told state-owned ONGC to sell stakes in producing oil fields to private companies and find foreign partners for gas fields in the prolific Krishna Godavari (KG) basin.
OPEC and its allies recommended proceeding with plans to gently revive oil production as global demand recovers from the pandemic, despite surging infections in India.