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COMMENTARY: Singapore at Heart of Counter-Piracy Worldwide
(Thursday, June 13, 2013) Singapore may be 3,569 nautical miles from the Gulf of Aden, but it is at the heart of counter-piracy efforts worldwide.
Singapore: 19 Questions Away from A Prudent LNG Strategy
(Tuesday, June 11, 2013) Singapore's considered, practical outline of how it should proceed with its LNG purchases still needs a bit of fleshing out.
Syntroleum Asserts Second Singapore Patent Against Neste
(Thursday, June 06, 2013) Syntroleum Corp. has filed suit against Neste Oil Singapore Pte Ltd with the High Court of Singapore asserting its Singapore Patent No. 169053 entitled "Hydrocracking Process For Biological Feedstocks and Hydrocarbons Produced Therefrom."
Singapore: To Appoint Next LNG Importer via Competitive Process
(Tuesday, June 04, 2013) Singapore plans to award its next LNG import license through a competitive process, its regulator said Monday.
Singapore Govt to Track Carbon Emissions
(Monday, June 03, 2013) Singapore is embarking on an ambitious five-year plan to take stock of and monitor the entire island's carbon emissions.
EDITORIAL: Singapore LNG: The Real Work Begins Now
(Friday, May 31, 2013) Singapore is now well and truly in the liquefied natural gas game, with its multi-billion-dollar LNG terminal on Jurong Island (the initial phase of which has just been completed) receiving its first commercial cargo earlier this month.
ExxonMobil: Singapore Chem Plant Producing Ethylene
(Thursday, May 30, 2013) ExxonMobil's Singapore Chemical Plant is now producing ethylene from the facility's second world-scale steam cracker.
BG Says Australian LNG Project on Budget
(Wednesday, May 29, 2013) Attempting to calm investor fears of more cost blowouts, the head of BG Group PLC's Australian unit said Wednesday the company's US$20.4 billion gas-export plant in Queensland state will be completed in line with its revised budget.
Queensland Alumina Refiner Shelves Proposed Gas-Fired Power Plant
(Wednesday, May 29, 2013) The company that operates the world's largest alumina refinery has confirmed it has shelved a proposed gas-fired power station in central Queensland.
$100B in LNG Investment At Risk in Australia
(Wednesday, May 29, 2013) Although Australia has been slated to overtake Qatar as the worlds' biggest liquefied natural gas exporter by 2030, the escalating cost of doing business in the country could cost its economy more than $100 billion of new investment in LNG projects.
Woodside to Tell Why It Axed Kimberley LNG Hub
(Tuesday, May 28, 2013) Woodside Petroleum is just weeks away from telling the State and Federal governments how much it would have cost to build an LNG processing hub at James Price Point to justify why it axed the contentious plan.
New Philippines Law Aims to Draw Investors to Bataan Petchem Park
(Tuesday, May 28, 2013) A new law turned the 530-hectare estate of the Philippine National Oil Company (PNOC) here, originally devoted to petrochemical industries, into all other gainful and commercial activities.
APPEA Chairman: Australia Must Respond to LNG Challenge
(Tuesday, May 28, 2013) The Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association's annual conference started Monday with the issue of the country's high-cost environment a key talking point.
Australia Gas Export Plan Sparks Supply Fears
(Tuesday, May 28, 2013) A Western Australian resources analyst says the Queensland and federal governments appear oblivious to economic damage that could be caused by the gas export sector.
ExxonMobil Says InterOil Assets Could Expand $19B PNG LNG Plant
(Monday, May 27, 2013) ExxonMobil prefers to use natural gas fields in Papua New Guinea owned by InterOil to expand the country's $19B PNG LNG gas-export project, rather than build a second export facility.
Exxon, InterOil in Talks Over Papua New Guinea Gas Assets
(Friday, May 24, 2013) Exxon Mobil is in exclusive talks with InterOil to invest in the latter's natural gas assets in Papua New Guinea, a move that could cement the impoverished Southeast Asian country's position as a new significant energy exporter.
Sembcorp Postpones 2nd Cogen Plant
(Friday, May 24, 2013) SEMBCORP is holding off building an earlier-planned, second 400 MW cogeneration plant expansion on Jurong Island, given the looming overcapacity in power generation here.
JTC Calls for Soil Study for Singapore Megafloat Project
(Monday, May 13, 2013) Ground preparations are about to get underway for Singapore's first floating oil storage facility on Pulau Sebarok.
Santos May Hike Investor Payouts As PNG LNG Production Nears
(Friday, May 10, 2013) Santos may start returning more cash to shareholders, saying today that it would review its dividend policy as a $US19 billion gas-export project in Papua New Guinea nears completion.