(EnergyAsia, November 27, 2019, Wednesday) — India is unlikely to resolve its energy supply challenge for at least another 20 years, judging by the latest oil forecast issued by the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC)….
(EnergyAsia, November 22, 2019, Friday) — These days, the growing divide between Asia and the West isn’t just confined to trade issues or human rights….
(EnergyAsia, November 20, 2019, Wednesday) — Azerbaijan is bracing for the loss of vital American investment in its fragile economy following Chevron’s exit from the country’s oil industry that could soon be followed by ExxonMobil….
(EnergyAsia, November 17, 2019, Sunday) — For the first time this century, the economies of the oil-and-gas importing nations of the Caucasus and Central Asia (CCA) region will grow at a faster rate than those of its energy exporters, predicts the International Monetary Fund (IMF)….
(EnergyAsia, November 16, 2019, Saturday) — Ministers from 11 member countries in a Central Asia group have endorsed a long-term strategy to improve the region’s energy security as part of a bigger goal to boost its investment potential and economic outlook….
(EnergyAsia, November 7, 2019, Thursday) — China’s Hengyi Petrochemical Co Ltd said it has started commercial operations at its joint-venture integrated oil-petrochemical complex in the Southeast Asian state of Brunei….
(EnergyAsia, November 4, 2019, Monday) — As one of the world’s leading energy producers and exporters, Australia has been among a handful of lucky countries seemingly untouched by the threat of global oil supply disruptions….