Malaysia’s international energy shipping company MISC, which is closely tied to Petronas, has signed agreements with Japan’s Mitsui, South Korea’s Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI), and Austria’s ANDRITZ, to explore carbon capture and storage (CCS) solutions in the maritime value chain.
Canada’s Criterium Energy has acquired a 42.5% interest in the Bulu production sharing contract (PSC) holding the Lengo gas field offshore Indonesia for $1.6 million. Significantly, the company is seeking more complimentary assets in Southeast Asia.
Multi-billion-dollar oil and gas projects remain delayed in Vietnam and undermine the Southeast Asian nation’s ambitions to expand its gas production capabilities as it seeks to move away from coal-fired power.
Indonesia’s state-backed energy company Pertamina aims to work with Japan’s Mitsui to undertake a joint study for carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) technology at the firm’s upstream assets in central Sumatra.
New Zealand’s renewable energy company Meridian has selected Australia’s Woodside Energy (ASX:WDS) as its partner to develop a large-scale hydrogen and ammonia facility at Southland in New Zealand.
Japanese trading house Mitsui is seeking carbon storage sites across Asia Pacific as it aims to sequester 15 million tonnes per year by 2035 for companies in Japan.
Malaysian national oil company Petronas has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with UK-based Storegga, a developer of carbon storage and clean fuels, to assess and determine the commercial, regulatory, and economic factors needed for the development of carbon capture and storage (CCS) hub and cluster projects in Malaysia.
Chevron New Energies International (Chevron), and Mitsui Oil Exploration Co., Ltd (MOECO) today announced the signing of a joint collaboration agreement to explore the technical and commercial feasibility of advanced geothermal power generation in Japan.
Mitsui and Shell (LON:SHEL) have signed a joint agreement to explore the technical and commercial feasibility of carbon capture and storage (CCS) in Asia Pacific, including Japan.
Japan’s Mitsubishi Corporation is set to issue a notice that it will join the new operating company for the Sakhalin-2 LNG export complex in the Russian Far East, reported Nikkei Asia.
Indonesian upstream regulator SKK Migas has confirmed that Repsol’s (BME:REP) Kali Berau Dalam (KBD) gas discovery, initially thought to be the country’s biggest find in 18 years, is significantly smaller than expected, putting the mega project in doubt.
Australia’s carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS) sector looks set for a boost as oil and gas companies, including BP (LON:BP), Santos (ASX:STO), and Woodside Energy (ASX:WDS), are investing heavily in large-scale projects.
Russia’s government ordered the establishment of a new operator for the Sakhalin-2 liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in the Far East region, according to a document published in the nation’s legal database.
Japan plans to maintain its stakes in the Sakhalin-2 natural gas project in Russia’s far east, the Nikkei Asia reported, after President Vladimir Putin signed a decree transferring rights to a new Russian company just over two weeks ago.
Russia will establish a company that will take over all rights and obligations of the Sakhalin Energy Investment Co. amid Western sanctions imposed on Moscow, a decree signed by President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday, reported Reuters.
Malaysian national oil company Petronas has signed a memorandum of understanding with Japan’s Mitsui for the conceptual and feasibility studies on the carbon capture and storage (CCS) value chain, including the evaluation of carbon dioxide (CO2) storage sites in Malaysia. Significantly, Mitsui is a shareholder in UK-based carbon management business Storegga, that is developing the Acorn CCS project.
The head of Russia’s lower parliamentary house yesterday called for the Sakhalin-2 LNG project equity owned by foreign investors from “unfriendly countries” to be transferred to Gazprom or the state.
Japan will consider providing financial support to boost production of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in the U.S., reported financial publication Nikkei Asia, as Tokyo aims to lower its energy dependence on Russia following Moscow's invasion of Ukraine.
China’s interest in acquiring an abandoned stake in a Russian liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project is providing further justification for Japan to continue its joint venture with Gazprom PJSC.
The Australian government has pledged A$67 million (US$49.7 million) of funding to help development of two carbon capture and storage (CCS) hubs – one led by Woodside and the other by Mitsui E&P. The funding will also be used to support the appraisal of a third potential storage site in Western Australia.
Japan’s Mitsui and Indonesian state-backed energy company Pertamina will jointly study carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) commercialisation options in Indonesia.
Japan’s Mitsui has agreed to make an investment in a large-scale 1.3GW renewable energy project that India’s ReNew Power is developing.
Low carbon technology firm Storegga has signed an agreement to advance the deployment of direct air capture (DAC) in Scotland.
There has been increasing speculation that Japanese oil and gas companies may follow their Western peers and exit Russian energy projects in response to Vladimir Putin’s bloody invasion of Ukraine. However, this seems unlikely, as such a move - designed to hurt Russia - would be blunted, as China is expected to fill any void left by departing investors.
Petronas and global shipping company Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) will jointly explore opportunities in liquefied carbon dioxide (CO2) transportation for the carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) value chain in Asia Pacific.