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.
BP and India’s Reliance Industries have started production from a second ultra-deepwater gas field in the Krishan Godavari (KG) basin off India’s east coast.
BW Offshore has signed the FPSO Berge Helene over for demolition and recycling in India, the company said.
The Scottish Government has decided not to let up quarantine rules for oil and gas workers returning from overseas, deciding that doing so would be “too risky”.
India’s first floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) the Höegh Giant docked at H-Energy’s Jaigarh liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal in Maharashtra earlier this month and is targeting to start operations in the first week of May - when the first LNG cargo arrives.
Japan’s Mitsui aims to invest in India’s nascent small-scale liquefied natural gas (LNG) infrastructure, including logistics and receiving facilities, after signing a memorandum of understanding with Indian company Inoxcva.
India’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) demand will rise from 25 million tonnes per year (mtpy) in 2020 to almost 45 mtpa in 2030. And it will surge to 85 mtpa by 2040, as domestic production falls sharply, data from Rystad Energy shows.
Cairn Energy confirmed today that India had appealed a tribunal’s decision to award the Scottish oil firm $1.2 billion over the breach of an investment treaty.
The first shipment from new oil producer Guyana to the world's third-largest crude importer, India, departed this month from the South American nation in a ship chartered by trader Trafigura, data from Refinitiv Eikon showed on Tuesday.
Majors, such as BP, Total and Shell, as well as Asian national oil companies (NOCs), are stepping up their investments in India’s rapidly expanding gas and renewables markets.
India, once the center of global oil demand growth, expects its fuel consumption to bounce back during the coming year as the nation recoups the losses caused by Covid-19.
If there’s one part of India’s economy that’s been relatively unscathed by the devastating impact of Covid-19 it’s the vast rural hinterlands. And the country’s biggest fuel retailers are sitting up and taking notice.
Demand for LNG will continue rising, Shell expects, leading the company to warn of a supply shortage by the mid-decade.
Cairn Energy is increasing pressure on the Indian government to pay a $1.2 billion arbitration award after filing a lawsuit in the U.S.
Coal-fired power generation is projected to surge in India as the expanding wave of renewable energy capacity cannot keep up with electrification growth in the South Asian country, home to the world’s second biggest population.
India’s state-backed Oil & Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) is set to boost deep-water gas production from the Krishna Godavari (KG) basin to between 2.5 million and 3 million cubic meters per day (cm/d) by May this year.
Australia, Japan and Vietnam are leading the shift to renewable energy in Asia Pacific, according to the latest research from IHS Markit. Significantly, coal and gas power plants are also being built at a brisk pace as part of the energy mix across the region.