2019, August, 19, 11:35:00INDIA'S RENEWABLE INVESTMENT: $500-$700 BLN
India will require US$500 – 700 billion in renewable energy and supporting grid investment over the coming decade in order to meet its renewable energy targets
2019, August, 19, 11:25:00U.S. SECURITIES ACQUISITIONS $1.7 BLN
The sum total in June of all net foreign acquisitions of long-term securities, short-term U.S. securities, and banking flows was a net TIC inflow of $1.7 billion. Of this, net foreign private inflows were $6.1 billion, and net foreign official outflows were $4.5 billion.
2019, August, 19, 11:20:00CHINA'S GREEN INVESTMENT $1 BLN
Chinese financial institutions provided at least $1 billion in “green” financing to coal-related projects in the first half of this year, a review of financial data showed, with fossil fuels still playing a major role in Beijing’s energy strategy.
2019, August, 16, 10:15:00U.S. INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION DOWN
Industrial production declined 0.2 percent in July. Manufacturing output decreased 0.4 percent last month and has fallen more than 1-1/2 percent since December 2018. In July, mining output fell 1.8 percent, as Hurricane Barry caused a sharp but temporary decline in oil extraction in the Gulf of Mexico.
2019, August, 16, 10:10:00MALAYSIA'S GDP UP 4.9%
Malaysia's central bank data on Friday showed second quarter gross domestic product grew 4.9% year-on-year, beating the 4.8% forecast
2019, August, 14, 12:15:00MENA ENERGY INVESTMENT: $859 BLN
Oil, gas and petrochemical projects, valued at more than US $859 billion, are either underway or planned in the Middle East and North Africa, MENA, of these US $283 billion are projects are being implemented, as the region gets ready to meet the forecast increases in demand for energy over the next two decades.
2019, August, 14, 12:10:00INDONESIA NEED INVESTMENT $15 BLN
Coal currently makes up around 60% of the country’s energy mix versus about 5% from geothermal power, according to data from state utility company PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN).
2019, August, 14, 12:05:00IBERDOLA SALES WIND: $2 BLN
Iberdrola will receive 1.63 billion pounds ($2 billion) for the 40% stake
2019, August, 14, 12:00:00AUSTRALIA'S CLIMATE CASH $339 MLN
Australia will give A$500 million ($339 million) to Pacific island nations for renewable energy projects and to help them prepare for the impact of climate change
2019, August, 13, 13:40:00RUSSIA'S LNG FOR INDIA: $25.5 BLN
Russia’s Novatek is interested in supplying liquefied natural gas (LNG) from its Arctic LNG-2 project to Indian companies, Russian Deputy Energy Minister Anton Inyutsyn was quoted as saying by the ministry’s website on Monday.
2019, August, 13, 13:30:00SAUDIS INVESTMENT FOR INDIA $100 BLN
Saudi Arabia's officials unveiled plans to invest $100 billion in India, with the bulk of the funds going toward the infrastructure and energy sectors.
2019, August, 12, 13:25:00UNCERTAINT OIL DEMAND GROWTH
Now, the situation of the oil demand growth is becoming even more uncertain: the US-China trade dispute remains unresolved and in September new tariffs are due to be imposed.
2019, August, 12, 13:10:00LNG FOR EUROPE DOWN 28%
European LNG imports in July fell 27.6% month on month to 6.8 Bcm due to weaker European pricing and a turndown in Qatari production, but a rebound in flows is expected in September
2019, August, 12, 13:05:00RUSSIA'S RATING 'BBB'
Russia's international reserves rose to USD520 billion in July 2019, the highest level since the global financial crisis, and will increase further to USD537 billion in 2019 and USD591 billion by 2021 supported by continued current account surpluses (5.2% of GDP in 2019 easing to 2.5% in 2021) and the sterilisation of above-budgeted oil revenues. Reserve coverage will rise to a robust 13.6 months of CXP by end-2019 and remain close to this level in 2020-2021, at more than double the forecast 'BBB' median. The international liquidity ratio (466% in 2019) is the highest in the 'BBB' rating category.
2019, August, 12, 13:00:00CHINA'S GDP UP 6.2%
The Chinese economy is facing external headwinds and an uncertain environment. GDP growth slowed to 6.6 percent in 2018, driven by necessary financial regulatory reforms and softening external demand. Growth is projected to moderate to 6.2 percent in 2019 as the planned policy stimulus partially offsets the negative impact from the US tariff hike on US$ 200 billion of Chinese exports. Headline inflation rose due to rising food prices and is expected to remain around 2½ percent.