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DoE transparency on Malampaya sought

Sen. Sherwin Gatchalian, chairman of the Senate Committee on Energy, called on the Department of Energy(DoE) anew on Friday to be transparent in its review of the sale of Shell‘s stake in the Malampaya gas field project to a company owned by businessman Dennis Uy.

CNOOC Gas & Power sizing up entry into new Cambodia LNG import terminal

CNOOC Gas & Power, China’s largest liquefied natural gas project developer, is considering farming in to an LNG import terminal to be built in Cambodia’s capital Phnom Penh.

South Jambi flows first gas in Indonesia

Indonesia upstream regulator SKKMigas today announced that the South Jambi B Block onshore Sumatra and operated by Hong Kong’s Jindi Group has started flowing natural gas.

How a South Korean Gas Project Got Caught up in the Myanmar Coup

Prior to the Tatmadaw’s illegitimate takeover of the elected government on February 1, 2021, South Korea and Myanmar had seen growing connections in various civil and governmental sectors, ranging from infrastructure to cultural exchange. One notable area of cooperation has been the Shwe Natural Gas Project, a large-scale natural gas extraction project in the Bay […]

PTTEP stepping up search for additional gas supply

PTT Exploration and Production Plc (PTTEP) is expediting plans to supply natural gas from sources other than the Erawan block after losing hope it can access the area because of a legal dispute involving US-based Chevron Corp, says a source at PTTEP who requested anonymity.

Chevron supports Thailand in the fight against COVID-19

Since last year, the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has triggered widespread impact on Thai society and economy. Related agencies including public health authorities have been vigorously implementing measures to curb the pandemic. Joining forces with these efforts, Chevron Thailand Exploration and Production, Ltd. has made a series of contributions to support frontline medical staff and related […]

Over 1,000 ageing oil wells to close in next 30 years

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN — Over 1,000 ageing oil wells and platforms are expected to be dismantled in the next 20 to 30 years, the permanent secretary of energy said on Monday.

Cambodia embraces dirty energy fearing drought-driven shortages

Successive droughts in recent years have caused a power crisis in Cambodia, prompting the government to rapidly invest in and build coal and oil plants.

Malaysian palm giant IOI says to assist if US probes alleged forced labour

[KUALA LUMPUR] Malaysian palm oil company IOI Corporation said on Friday it had been made aware of a letter from the US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) about opening an investigation into allegations of labour abuses at the company.

Ilijan, First Gen plants affected with Malampaya gas restriction’s recurrence

As gas restriction predicament at the Malampaya field recurred on Monday (June 21), the country’s gas plants have been adversely impacted anew on their electricity generation and that prompted either de-rating of their capacity or they needed to shift to condensate fuel.