Total SA has agreed to acquire LNG assets from Engie SA for as much as $2.04 billion. The deal includes interests in liquefaction plants, long-term LNG sales and purchase agreements, an LNG tanker fleet, and access to regasification capacities.
Vietnam is one of Gazprom’s key partners in Southeast Asia. Together with PetroVietnam, we successfully conduct geological exploration and produce hydrocarbons, as well as make preparations to develop the country’s NGV market.
The South China Sea is a major route for liquefied natural gas (LNG) trade, and in 2016, almost 40% of global LNG trade, or about 4.7 trillion cubic feet (Tcf), passed through the South China Sea.
TransCanada Corporation has entered into an agreement to sell its Ontario solar portfolio comprised of eight facilities with a total generating capacity of 76 megawatts to Axium Infinity Solar LP, a subsidiary of Axium Infrastructure Canada II Limited Partnership, for approximately $540 million.
Gazprom Neft has shipped its second and largest cargo of Iraqi crude to the US since the Badra field, its flagship overseas oil project, came on stream in 2014, the Russian oil company said Tuesday.
Iran has exported an average of more than 2.6 million barrels of oil and gas condensate per day last month (July 23- Aug 22), Minister of Petroleum Bijan Zangeneeh said.
«Мы видим наших турецких коллег в качестве надежных и долгосрочных партнеров. История экспорта российского газа в Турцию начинается с 1987 года. Помимо поставок газа с 1998 года компания ЛУКОЙЛ представлена в Турции сетью АЗС численностью порядка 600 единиц, также в республике работают компании «Роснефть» и «Татнефть». Россия является не только крупнейшим поставщиком газа в Турцию, но также обеспечивает примерно 19% потребностей Турции в нефти», - сообщил Александр Новак.
Rosneft Successfully Closes Strategic Deal for the Acquisition of 49% of Essar Oil Limited
US commercial crude oil inventories declined 3.3 million bbl during the week ended Aug. 18 compared with the previous week’s total, continuing a months-long downward trend.
The Danish Straits and Turkish Straits, together transited by a combined volume of more than 5 million barrels per day (b/d) in 2016, are important chokepoints for Europe’s crude oil and petroleum liquids supply. Nearly 59 million b/d of global petroleum and other liquids production moved on maritime routes in 2015. Although most discussions of maritime chokepoints for oil trade focus on the Strait of Hormuz and the Strait of Malacca, which together were transited by a combined volume of more than 30 million b/d, other chokepoints are significant for specific regions.