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More Violence Affects Final Stage Construction of Myanmar-China Pipeline
(Friday, May 17, 2013) Two Myanmar nationals working as subcontractors for CNPC were killed this week during shooting at a Myanmar Oil and Gas Enterprise compound near the Chinese border in the troubled Shan State of northern Myanmar.
Protests Against India LNG Project Refuse to Die Down
(Friday, May 17, 2013) Even though Chief Minister Oommen Chandy has given the green signal to the Gas Authority of India Ltd (GAIL) in the LNG-pipeline laying project in the state, it seems unlikely that protests against the project would die down soon.
Andhra Pradesh Gas to Sell 24% in LNG Project to Private Power Producers
(Thursday, May 16, 2013) Independent power producers, GMR, GVK and Lanco, have shown interest to buy stake in Andhra Pradesh government promoted re-gasified liquefied natural gas project.
Vietnamese President Okays Construction of Second Refinery Amid Criticism
(Wednesday, May 15, 2013) Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has given in principle agreement to the construction of a large petroleum refinery, to be built by Thai oil and gas company PTT, in the Vietnamese special economic zone of Nhon Hoi, in Binh Dinh province.
Ambassador: SOCAR in Talks with Indonesia on Refinery Project
(Tuesday, May 14, 2013) Azerbaijan is in negotiations with Indonesia on a large oil refinery project, Azerbaijan's Ambassador to Indonesia Tamerlan Karayev told the Jakarta Post.
Commencement of the China-Myanmar Oil and Gas Pipelines May Be Delayed
(Tuesday, May 14, 2013) Operation of the Myanmar-China gas and oil pipeline may be delayed owing to recent clashes between government forces and ethnic militia fighters in Shan state, as well as 'fierce fighting' with the Kachin Independence Army, Reuters reported.
Indian Fertilizer Giant's Investment Plan Calls for LNG Switch, New Plants
(Monday, May 13, 2013) Indian public sector fertilizer giant Fertilisers and Chemicals Travancore Ltd (FACT) on Friday unveiled a "2020 Vision Plan."
Indian Automakers, Oil Companies Divided Over New Fuel Emission Norms
(Friday, May 10, 2013) The battle between oil companies and auto manufacturers with respect to implementation of Bharat Stage IV emission norms is yet to be solved, as each one seems to be blaming the other.
Indian Authorities Hold Man Who Allegedly Pilfered Oil from ONGC Pipelines
(Friday, May 10, 2013) A man accused of pilfering crude oil from ONGC pipelines criss-crossing Gujarat, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh has been arrested by the city crime branch.
Petrovietnam to Import Australian Coal As Power Needs Rise
(Tuesday, May 07, 2013) Natural gas is expected to play a big role in the future, but exploitation of abundant offshore reserves is going slowly.
Envoy: Algeria Wants to Export LNG to Pakistan
(Monday, May 06, 2013) Dr Ahmed Benflis, ambassador of Algeria, has said that his country wants to increase bilateral trade by establishing direct contact with the business community of Pakistan and by exporting LNG.
India LNG Terminal May Be Hit by Further Delay
(Monday, May 06, 2013) With only a fraction of large industrial consumers signing up, the Petronet LNG Ltd's (PLL) terminal at Puthuvype, India is likely to be delayed further.
Experts: Bottlenecks Hamper India's Chemical Industry
(Monday, May 06, 2013) India's chemical industry, including its specialty chemicals sector, has huge potential to grow. However, a number of issues are slowing the pace of growth and discouraging investments, experts said recently.
BP-Led Shah Deniz Group Mulls Rival Pipelines To Take Azeri Gas To Europe
(Thursday, May 02, 2013) The BP PLC-led Shah Deniz consortium said Thursday it has begun evaluating binding transportation offers from two pipeline consortiums vying to carry natural gas from the giant offshore Shah Deniz gas field in Azerbaijan into Europe.
Indian Oil Refinery Plan on Slippery Path
(Monday, April 29, 2013) A refinery project that holds the key to economic growth in the Paradip region in eastern India continues to face hurdles.
Kazakhstan Refineries Overstocked With Their Own Gasoline
(Monday, April 29, 2013) Kazakhstan refineries face a problem of overstocking because the domestic market is oversaturated with Russian gasoline and lubricants, Shukhrat Danbai, Director General of JSC Pavlodar Petrochemical Plant has told Interfax-Kazakhsta.
Petronet Follows Parent GAIL to US for LNG Deal
(Friday, April 26, 2013) Petronet LNG--a private entity promoted by state-run firms for importing liquid gas in ships--has inked its first sourcing deal with a US company, but Washington's energy export policy could play spoilsport for the time being.
India's Kochi LNG Terminal Project Faces Off-Take Uncertainties
(Friday, April 26, 2013) Petronet LNG Limited's LNG storage and regasification terminal project in the Indian port town of Kochi faces uncertainty over lack of distribution infrastructure and end users unpreparedness, a GAIL official said.
ExxonMobil Plans to Consolidate India Lubes Unit
(Thursday, April 25, 2013) The Indian subsidiary of ExxonMobil is all set to consolidate its industrial lubes business in India by offering wider range of its global products as the player sees its synthetic oils gaining momentum.
Gazprom, Petrovietnam to Cooperate in NGV Fuel Production and Use
(Thursday, April 25, 2013) Gazprom CEO Alexei Miller and Phung Dinh Thuc, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Petrovietnam State Oil and Gas Corporation, discussed their companies' potential cooperation in the area of natural gas use as a motor fuel.