2019, June, 6, 15:20:00RUSSIA, CHINA ENERGY LINKS
Over the last decade Russia and China have significantly increased their energy links, with Russia ramping up supplies of crude and gas, and attracting Chinese investment into major new energy projects.
2019, June, 6, 15:15:00RUSSIA'S NUCLEAR FOR CHINA
A general contract for Russian-designed power units No. 3 and No. 4 construction with VVER-1200 reactors at Xudapu nuclear power plant was signed on June 5 in Moscow in presence of heads of Russia and China. The official signing ceremony took place during President of China Xi Jinping state visit to Russia.
2019, June, 6, 15:00:00RUSSIA'S LNG FOR CHINA
Moscow, 5 June 2019. Today, during the official visit of the President of the People’s Republic of China Xi Jinping to the Russian Federation, PAO NOVATEK (“NOVATEK” and/or the “Company”), Sinopec and Gazprombank signed Heads of Agreement (“Agreement”) on establishing a joint venture to market LNG and natural gas to end-customers in the People’s Republic of China.
2019, June, 5, 10:30:00RUSSIA'S OIL TO CHINA UP
This was up 8.7% month on month from April imports of 1.62 million mt, and 20.9% higher from a year earlier. About 94.5% of the Russian imports were ESPO blend, with just one cargo of 96,000-mt of Sokol.
2019, June, 3, 12:25:00INDIA'S GDP UP, DEBT DOWN
The yield on 10-year rupee sovereign debt fell as much as 9 basis points to 6.94% after data late Friday showed gross domestic product rose 5.8% last quarter from a year earlier.
2019, May, 31, 12:05:00PETRONAS PROFIT UP 9%
First quarter Profit After Tax (PAT) stood at RM14.2 billion, up by 9 per cent on the back of higher revenue, but partially offset by increased net product and production costs, lower net write-back of assets impairment and higher contribution to the National Trust Fund.
2019, May, 29, 10:55:00AUSTRALIA'S LNG FOR CHINA UP
Over January-April, China imported 8.93 million mt of LNG from Australia, up 40.2% year on year, the customs data showed.
2019, May, 29, 10:45:00INDONESIA'S COAL FOR CHINA
China is the world’s largest coal consumer and the largest buyer of Indonesia’s coal. In 2018, it imported 125 million metric tons of mostly low-calorie coal from Indonesia, absorbing 25 percent of Indonesia’s coal exports.
2019, May, 29, 10:30:00PHILIPPINES RENEWABLE UP
In a market outlook report focused on the Philippines, analytics firm GlobalData said installed capacity was cued for an 11.2-percent compound annual growth rate (CAGR) from 2019 to 2030.
2019, May, 27, 11:35:00ASIA'S RENEWABLE INVESTMENT WILL UP
Total capital expenditure in renewables will rise above $30 billion in the region by 2020, just overtaking investment into exploration and production for oil and natural gas,
2019, May, 24, 09:50:00FIRST BANGLADESH'S LNG
Bangladesh’s second liquefied natural gas (LNG) floating facility is set to receive its first ship-to-ship transfer of gas from an Algerian cargo,
2019, May, 23, 12:05:00VIETNAM, RUSSIA LNG
NOVATEK announced that its joint venture Arctic LNG 2 and TechnipFMC signed a contract on engineering, procurement, supply, construction and commissioning of an integrated liquefied natural gas facility with annual liquefaction capacity of 19.8 million tons under the Arctic LNG 2 project. The contract terms provide for the launch of the first train of the project in 2023.
2019, May, 22, 10:30:00INDONESIA'S GDP GROWTH 5.2%
Real GDP growth reached 5.2 percent in 2018, and is expected to remain at 5.2 percent in 2019, driven by robust domestic demand growth and supported by recovering bank credit.
2019, May, 17, 07:40:00U.S., CHINA TRADE WAR
“The U.S. and China have a natural supply-demand match when it comes to energy, but China’s increase of retaliatory tariffs to 25 percent poses a threat to U.S. investment in LNG by limiting our share in the world’s fastest growing LNG market,” said Stephen Comstock, API Director. “These retaliatory tariffs dampen the prospects for the growing U.S. LNG investment, hurt U.S. workers, and benefit America’s foreign competitors.
2019, May, 17, 07:15:00INDIA'S RENEWABLE UP
Renewables accounted for 9.2% of India’s total power generation in fiscal 2018/19, shows data by the Central Electricity Authority (CEA).