(EnergyAsia, March 31 2019, Sunday) — Malaysia is on course to challenge neighbour Singapore as an oil products exporter with plans for a 60% increase in its 658,000 b/d primary refining capacity and expensive upgrades of secondary facilities over the next two years….
(EnergyAsia, March 30, 2019, Saturday) — Singapore’s bunker fuels market is expected to remain under pressure in 2019 to follow on last year’s 1.6% decline in sales volume….
(EnergyAsia, March 25, 2019, Monday) — Brunei expects to soon join Asia’s crowded bandwagon of oil products exporting nations when its US$3.4-billion refinery-petrochemicals complex starts up later this year….
(EnergyAsia, March 11 2019, Monday) — Despite the good news of a 22% rise in net profit for 2018, Malaysia’s state energy firm, Petronas Berhad, held back celebrations on account of a weak fourth quarter weighed down by falling oil prices and a slowing global economy….
(EnergyAsia, March 6, 2019, Wednesday) — India is talking up the idea of becoming a nation of “oil hubs” as it dreams of building more strategic petroleum stockpiling sites along its two coastlines facing the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal….
(EnergyAsia, March 5, 2019, Tuesday) — A combination of lower oil prices, weaker margins and rising cost slashed the net profit of Malaysia’s leading domestic downstream oil company by nearly 45% last year….