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Reuters: Anadarko Not Selling Down Mozambique Stake

Anadarko Petroleum Corp has no interest in selling down its stake in a planned liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in Mozambique, the company's chief executive said on Wednesday, following talk of international interest in the southern African country's gas reserves. The Houston company's desire to...

Inpex to Drill Oil, Gas Well Offshore Japan

Inpex Corporation on Thursday announced it will one exploratory oil and gas well offshore Yamaguchi and Shimane prefectures. The well has been commissioned by the Agency of Natural Resources and Energy of the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) of Japan for the agency’s “Heisei...

Japan's Itochu to Exit Namibian Gas Venture

Japanese trading house Itochu will exit a Namibian natural gas development venture as it moves to cut exposure in resource business, Nikkei reported Saturday. Through a joint venture, Itochu and Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National (JOGMEC) together held 15 percent share in a gas field off Namibia's...

World Bank Grants $700mn for Ghana Gas Project

World Bank on Thursday said it would invest $700 million in guarantees for Ghana’s Sankofa gas project. The World Bank board approved a unique combination of two guarantees for the project – an International Development Association (IDA) payment guarantee of $500 million that supports timely...

Jakarta Post: Pertamina Starts Developing LNG Infrastructure

State-owned oil and gas giant Pertamina plans to work on several infrastructure development projects to tap the liquefied natural gas (LNG) market in the near future amid current demand uncertainty.Among planned projects is a floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) in Cilacap, Central Java, four...

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