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Wednesday, November 26, 2014


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China to Finance LNG Terminal, Pipeline Project in Pakistan

Beijing and Islamabad have signed a deal under which China will finance the LNG terminal and pipeline project in Pakistan. According to initial estimates, the project is expected to cost $3 billion – $1 billion will be needed to lay the pipeline from Gwadar and over $2 billion will be required...

China Economic Review: China's Coal-bed Methane Prospects

With coal-bed methane garnering more attention and investment in China, CLSA’s Simon Powell sits down to dispel some of the hype and explain how the sector will likely unfold in the years ahead To what extent is coal-bed methane a viable industry in China on its own? Is what we’re seeing...

Eni, Ghana Ink $6 bn Gas Deal

Ghanaian government and Eni have signed a $6 billion deal which allows the Italian energy major to develop oil and gas resources in the Offshore Cape Three Points block. The project is expected to start commercial production of oil and gas by mid-2017, the government said in a statement Monday adding...

Australian Financial Review: Floating LNG is the Future

Australia pioneered the industry of freezing pure methane to make liquid natural gas (LNG) for the Asian market. Now we need to embrace floating LNG (FLNG) and the jobs and innovation that comes with maritime engineering excellence, just as we embraced floating oil production in the Timor Sea in the 1980s.