(EnergyAsia, December 10, 2019, Tuesday) — Despite emitting signs of an impending deal, Saudi Arabia is still no clearer to making its first investment in India’s five-million-b/d oil market….
(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….
(EnergyAsia, October 28, 2019, Monday) — “The Chinese nation cannot be stopped”, China’s President Xi Jinping declared in a nationalistic speech on October 1 to mark the 70th anniversary of his country’s national day….
(EnergyAsia, October 21, 2019, Monday) — India’s appetite for US oil and gas is set to grow as New Delhi’s search for energy security adds to the strengthening of bilateral ties between the two countries….
(EnergyAsia, October 16, 2019, Wednesday) — In its drive to become the world’s leading superpower (1), China has set its sights on developing and controlling artificial intelligence, 5G networks and robotics. But a confluence of recent events warns that China likely faces its most pressing challenges in the less glamorous business of securing oil, gas…
(EnergyAsia, August 13, 2019, Tuesday) — British Columbia (BC)’s emerging liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry may have just shone a small light into the long dark tunnel enveloping the bilateral relations between Canada and China….
(EnergyAsia, June 21, 2019, Friday) — Singapore will likely remain Asia’s main oil trading hub despite a growing challenge from countries in the region as they expand their domestic storage and refining investments, according to an industry analyst….
(EnergyAsia, June 18 2019, Tuesday) — It’s been over a year since the Philippines government announced its latest intention to establish a strategic petroleum reserves (SPR) to help the country cope with volatile prices and the possibility of future supply disruptions….
(EnergyAsia, June 16, 2019, Sunday) — Malaysia is stepping up its oil storage investment programme to compete against Singapore for the role of trading and logistics hub in Southeast Asia….
(EnergyAsia, June 10 2019, Monday) — Australia is in no hurry to build up its liquid fuels stockpile nor does it see the need to expand the country’s inadequate oil refining capacity despite nagging worries of a supply shock if imports are disrupted….
(EnergyAsia, June 7 2019, Friday) — Royal Dutch Shell has expanded its crude oil storage capacity in Singapore by more than 5% to 25.82 million barrels with the addition of two new tanks….
(EnergyAsia, June 3 2019, Monday) — India’s hopes of securing multi-billion-dollar investments in downstream oil refinery and storage projects from Saudi Arabia and Abu Dhabi remain stuck in slow-traffic negotiations….
(EnergyAsia, May 29, 2019, Wednesday) — Australia’s fossil fuels industry heaved a collective sigh of relief following the surprise re-election of the climate skeptic and political conservative Scott Morrison as prime minister in the country’s recently concluded general election….
(EnergyAsia, May 28, 2019, Tuesday) — In his first term as India’s prime minister, Narendra Modi delivered a booming economy and fuelled nationalistic pride….
(EnergyAsia, May 26, 2019, Sunday) — Oil prices will find support from China for the rest of 2019 if analyst Laban Yu is proved correct that the country’s oil demand growth is much stronger than estimated by the world’s leading energy agencies….
(EnergyAsia, May 24, 2019, Friday) — Underpinned by Asia’s continuing strong energy appetite, US crude exports surged to a record two million b/d last year from 1.2 million b/d in 2017….
(EnergyAsia, May 6 2019, Monday) — The United States’s emergence as a leading global crude oil exporter in 2019 will partly help Asia cope with the loss of supply from Iran and Venezuela, two analysts said….
(EnergyAsia, May 2, 2019, Thursday) — Asia’s oil refiners will have to live off meager earnings for the rest of the year due to weak market conditions carried over from 2018, said Moody’s Investor Service….
(EnergyAsia, April 29 2019, Monday) — Saudi Arabia has taken a firmer grip on the oil markets in northern Asia with the purchase of a share in a second refining company in South Korea….