(EnergyAsia, April 29, 2021, Thursday) — Indonesia’s proposed US$60 billion plan to expand and upgrade its ageing oil refining sector is at risk of being held back by the lack of interest from foreign investors and the economy’s continuing uncertain outlook….
(EnergyAsia, April 14, 2021, Wednesday) — Singapore has added liquefied natural gas (LNG) fuelling to its menu of services for the world’s shipping fleet calling at its port….
(EnergyAsia, April 11, 2021, Sunday) — Malaysia’s southern Johor state continues to expand its oil storage role in Asia with the official start-up of another 430,000 cubic metres of capacity off the port of Pengerang last week….
(EnergyAsia, April 10, 2021, Sunday) — The following is a series of comments written by analysts at consulting firm Wood Mackenzie. Introduction by Gavin Thompson, Asia Pacific vice chair of Wood Mackenzie. Asia’s economies are intimately linked to global maritime trade. Cargo vessels sailing from the ports of Northeast Asia’s export giants supply the consumers (more…)