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Japan Imported Record LNG in 2014

Japan imported record LNG in 2014 as demand for the fuel continued to see strong rise due to shut down of its nuclear stations since the Fukushima disaster in 2011. Last year, the country imported 88.51 million tons of LNG, up 1.2 percent on year, data from Ministry of Finance showed Monday. Japanese...

Sinopec's Gas Output in 2014 Up More Than 8%

Chinese state owned energy major Sinopec's natural gas output increased in 2014. Company’s gas output last year was up 8.51 percent year-on-year to 716 billion cubic feet, according to operational statistics released by the company Tuesday. Crude oil output stood at 360.73 million barrels, up 8.

TEPCO, Chubu to Buy LNG from Vitol, GDF

Japan's Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) and Chubu Electric Power Co, are expected to buy a total of six LNG cargoes from Vitol and GDF Suez in their first joint tender, Reuters reported citing sources. Vitol and GDF Suez are expected to supply three cargoes each, traders told the news agency. The two...

Santos Reports Record Revenue

Adelaide based Santos on Friday announced record sales revenue in both the quarter and the full year despite falling oil prices. The company said the results reflect “the successful ramp-up of production from the PNG LNG project as well as higher Cooper Basin production.” Sales...