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Express Tribune: Govt Signs Agreements for Increasing Gas Prices

The government has signed 70 supplemental agreements with oil and gas exploration companies that cover 94 leases and promise an increase in wellhead prices in order to step up exploitation of hydrocarbon resources. The agreements come in a bid to meet a key condition for the release of $500-million...

Jakarta Post: Lampung FSRU Uncertain as PGN, PLN Disagree on Price

State-run gas distributor Perusahaan Gas Negara (PGN) is expecting to resume operations of the Lampung floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU), although discussions the with the main client, PLN, are still in a deadlock.PGN president director Hendi Prio Santoso said discussions with PLN were...

Reuters: Oman Reschedules Some Gas Exports as Industry Struggles

Oman is rescheduling some of its liquefied natural gas (LNG)exports as rising domestic demand for power generation causes gas shortages that are hurting its industry, company officials said. Nearly all of Oman's gas exports go to Japan and South Korea. Some gas originally due to be delivered this year...

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