Singapore LNG's terminal on Jurong Island can now receive and reload small LNG ships of between 2000 m3 and 10 000 m3 in capacity.
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Successive changes to Romania’s regulatory framework governing the oil and gas sector have made for an uncertain investment climate, according to GlobalData.
A new research project is exploring ammonia’s potential as a sustainable fuel and a good solution for “storing” green power from wind turbines and solar cells.
After years of budget cuts, oil and gas companies are finally stepping up their exploration game. Several wildcat wells planned for 2019 have the potential to be 'elephant' finds, according to Rystad Energy.
As a result of the work conducted to date on the Licence, including the successful drilling of the TLP-103C well, SNPC owes approximately US$10 million to AAOG in respect of SNPC’s share of the total costs.
Trans Mountain Project is key to the growing body of scientific knowledge about the fate and behaviour of oil in the marine environment.
Following the announcement by Indonesia's upstream regulator SKK Migas on a gas discovery in Indonesia, Wood Mackenzie's research director Andrew Harwood provides commentary.
The company has announced its plan to bring the TLP-103C well at its Tilapia licence in the Republic of the Congo into production.
Nouryon has more than doubled capacity for emulsion-based organic peroxides at its site in Los Reyes, Mexico.
Williams and Targa Resources announce NGL agreements to link Conway and Mont Belvieu markets with new pipelines.