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S-E.Asia

S-E.Asia
2016, July, 27, 19:00:00
INDIA HAS FOUND GAS
“Advances like the Bay of Bengal discovery will help unlock the global energy resource potential of gas hydrates as well help define the technology needed to safely produce them,” said Walter Guidroz, USGS Energy Resources Program coordinator.
S-E.Asia
2016, July, 26, 19:05:00
INDIA'S OIL RESERVES
India's ultimate goal is to have an SPR that provides 90 days of net import coverage. The Indian government unveiled plans to add another 91 million barrels of SPR capacity in a second phase by 2020, although these facilities are still in the planning phase. The Indian Strategic Petroleum Reserves Limited (ISPRL), a special-purpose legal entity owned by the Oil Industry Development Board, would manage all of the SPR facilities.
S-E.Asia
2016, July, 26, 19:00:00
PHILIPPINES NEED OFFSHORE
The Philippines relies overwhelmingly on imports to fuel its fast-growing economy. That reliance will grow further in a few years when the main source of domestic natural gas runs out, so the clock is ticking for it to develop offshore fields that China shows no sign of loosening its grip on.
S-E.Asia
2016, July, 8, 18:25:00
WBG: GLOBAL GROWTH DOWN TO 2.4%
The World Bank is downgrading its 2016 global growth forecast to 2.4 percent from the 2.9 percent pace projected in January. The move is due to sluggish growth in advanced economies, stubbornly low commodity prices, weak global trade, and diminishing capital flows.
S-E.Asia
2016, July, 7, 18:30:00
SLOW ASIAN DEMAND
After half a year of strong oil price rises, Asian crude demand is slowing and by some measures falling, and many market participants suspect it is not just a cyclical phenomenon, but also a product of more permanent structural changes.
S-E.Asia
2016, July, 7, 18:25:00
RUSSIA: I'M BACK
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations’ 10 fast-growing members, with a combined $2.6 trillion economy, dire energy needs and rising military budgets, are a prime market for Russia’s top exports: hydrocarbons, energy technology and weapons.
S-E.Asia
2016, July, 7, 18:15:00
IRANIAN OIL TO JAPAN: UP 61.2%
Japan's crude imports from Iran recovered to pre-sanction levels in May, importing 307,691 b/d, up 61.2% year on year and up from 19,161 b/d in April, according to preliminary data released June 30 by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry.
S-E.Asia
2016, July, 7, 18:10:00
QATAR LNG UP 50%
The amount of LNG volume delivered to South Asia (India, Pakistan) from Qatar during the first half of the year climbed almost 50% year on year, taking advantage of weaker demand from East Asia (Singapore, Malaysia, Taiwan, Thailand, Japan, South Korea, China) and higher Qatari output.
S-E.Asia
2016, July, 5, 18:15:00
SOUTHEAST ENERGY WAR
About $5 trillion in ship-borne trade passes every year though the energy-rich, strategic waters of the South China Sea, where China's territorial claims overlap in parts with Vietnam, the Philippines, Malaysia, Brunei and Taiwan.
S-E.Asia
2016, July, 5, 18:00:00
PERTAMINA SEEK PARTNERS
Indonesia's state-owned oil and gas company Pertamina will seek partners to build a strategic petroleum reserve of about 25 million barrels to ensure energy security.
S-E.Asia
2016, July, 4, 18:15:00
SAUDI FIND CHINA
China and Saudi Arabia discussed growth prospects and areas of cooperation and found mutual interests in crude oil storage, logistics, infrastructure, industrial development, mining, technology, energy, renewables and sovereign wealth funds, according to the ministry statement.
S-E.Asia
2016, July, 4, 18:05:00
INDONESIA & BP: 10,000 JOBS
The Tangguh Expansion Project will also bring a positive contribution to Indonesia and the Papua Barat Province starting in 2016, supporting economic growth and providing 10,000 valuable jobs spread over the project period.
S-E.Asia
2016, June, 30, 18:40:00
CHINESE - NIGERIAN AGREEMENTS: $80 BLN
"Memorandum of understandings (MoUs) worth over $80 billion to be spent on investments in oil and gas infrastructure, pipelines, refineries, power, facility refurbishments and upstream have been signed with Chinese companies,"
S-E.Asia
2016, June, 30, 18:35:00
CHINESE - PHILIPPINE DISPUTE
"On the issue of territory and disputes over maritime delineation, China does not accept any dispute resolution from a third party and does not accept any dispute resolution forced on China."
S-E.Asia
2016, June, 30, 18:30:00
INDONESIA HAS CLAIMS
The Chinese, through a statement by the Foreign Ministry last Sunday, said the two countries “have overlapping claims for maritime rights and interest.”