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Innogy Takes Stake in 600MW Dublin Array Project

Mar 26, 2018

German Innogy on Monday said it was working with Ireland's Saorgus Energy to develop a 600 megawatt Dublin Array offshore wind project, adding it had taken an equal share in the asset. 'I am delighted that we have secured our involvement in a second Irish project…

Trafigura Among First to Trade China Crude Futures

Mar 26, 2018

Trading giant Trafigura has been among the first foreign companies trading China's just-launched crude oil futures, two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters. Shanghai crude oil futures launched on Monday and are the country's first…

Sabah Shell's offshore Malaysia contract for TechnipFMC

Mar 26, 2018

TechnipFMC has been awarded an Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Installation contract by Sabah Shell Petroleum Company Ltd.This award covers the delivery and installation of subsea equipment including umbilicals, flowlines and the…

Britain Blocks Plans for New Coal Mine on Climate Grounds

Mar 23, 2018

Britain has rejected plans for a new open cast coal mine in northeastern England, as it could hamper efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and curb climate change, the minister for local government said on Friday.Supporters of the project…

Asian Oil, Gas Producers Stepping up Activity after Long Lull

Mar 23, 2018

Asia's oil and gas producers are starting to revive projects aimed at deflating years of ballooning energy imports after new investment dried up following the 2014 industry crisis. Spending has so far been driven mainly by state oil companies such as India's ONGC…

Vietnam Scraps South China Sea Oil Drilling Project

Mar 23, 2018

Vietnam's state oil firm PetroVietnam has ordered Spanish energy firm Repsol to suspend its 'Red Emperor' project off the country's southeastern coast following pressure from China, the BBC reported on Friday. It would be the second time…

Japan Restarts Reactor as Return to Nuclear Gathers Pace

Mar 23, 2018

Japan's Kyushu Electric Power Co on Friday said it restarted a reactor at its Genkai plant, the fifth nuclear power station in the country to get cleared under new safety regulations imposed after the Fukushima disaster. The move signals…

US LNG Firms Lament Bad Timing of Tariffs, China Trade Spat

Mar 22, 2018

The Trump administration's planned steel tariffs and a potential trade battle with China could hurt U.S. liquefied natural gas companies just as a new wave of developments in the fast-growing market is gaining steam, company executives say. China is the fastest growing major buyer of LNG…

China's CEFC Investigation Hits $9 billion Russian Oil Deal

Mar 22, 2018

Chinese conglomerate CEFC had already started paying for a stake in Russian oil giant Rosneft when the economic crime police took its chairman Ye Jianming away, halting the $9.1 billion deal in its tracks, according to three sources close to the matter…

Global Carbon Emissions Hit Record High in 2017 - EIA

Mar 22, 2018

Global energy-related carbon emissions rose to a historic high of 32.5 gigatonnes last year, after three years of being flat, due to higher energy demand and the slowing of energy efficiency improvements, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said…

Lindseth quits Noreco

Mar 22, 2018

The independent Norwegian oil company, Noreco stated that its Board and Cecilie O. Lindseth, the Managing Director, have agreed not to renew her employment contract. According to the contract her last day as Managing Director of Norwegian Energy Company ASA will be 31 March 2018…

Record-size US Offshore Oil Lease Sale Draws Modest Bidding

Mar 21, 2018

Oil and gas drillers bid modestly on Gulf of Mexico acreage in the largest lease sale in American history on Wednesday, dealing a setback to the Trump administration's efforts to rapidly pump up investment in the region. The Interior Department had offered up a record 77 million acres (31…

China Says to Have "Prudent" Oil Exploration with Philippines

Mar 21, 2018

China will prudently advance cooperation with the Philippines on joint oil and gas exploration in the South China Sea, China's top diplomat State Councillor Wang Yi said on Wednesday after meeting his Philippine counterpart.Any potential deals…

Oil Approaches Six-Week Highs

Mar 21, 2018

Oil neared its highest in six weeks on Wednesday after a surprise decline in U.S. inventories and as concern persisted over possible disruption to Middle East supply.Unexpectedly large inventory declines in the United States helped underpin the market…

Exxon Assessing Earthquake Damage to New Guinea NatGas Plant

Mar 21, 2018

LNG export project knocked out by major quake in late Feb. A senior Exxon Mobil Corp executive said on Wednesday the company is still assessing damage to its natural gas processing plant in the mountains of Papua New Guinea, knocked out by a strong earthquake last month…

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