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Brunei to introduce mandatory carbon reporting in 2021

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN – Brunei will make it mandatory for industrial greenhouse gas emitters to report their carbon footprint from next year, a move towards combating climate change after the country recorded rising temperatures and the highest number of forest fire incidents in 10 years. Mandatory carbon reporting is one of 10 strategies outlined in the […]

Brunei Methanol delays restart on upstream issues

Brunei Methanol has delayed a planned restart of its 850,000 t/yr plant following issues at its upstream unit. The plant in Sungai Liang was due to restart this week. But continuing issues with its upstream unit, which is also undergoing maintenance, have delayed the process. Brunei Methanol has not set a date for the restart, but it […]

Going green: Energy efficiency through buildings

Hakim Hayat The world has been struggling with the COVID-19 outbreak which has damaged the global economy, and ASEAN is not an exception. The magnitude of the economic impact is hard to predict and depends largely on the effectiveness of pandemic containment efforts.

BSP to complete construction of solar park by 2021

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN – Brunei Shell Petroleum (BSP) has began construction of its 3.3 MWp utility-scale solar photovoltaic (PV) park on Friday, which is set to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions of its headquarters in Seria. A groundbreaking ceremony was held at the G11 site — a former BSP housing area — at Seria’s Jalan Tengah, BSP said […]

Hengyi’s Brunei refinery takes first Saudi crude

Brunei has received its first-ever shipment of Saudi Arabian crude, with Chinese private-sector refiner Hengyi buying a cargo for its joint-venture Brunei refinery, Aramco Singapore said. Hengyi bought a 1mn bl spot cargo of Saudi Arab Medium crude from state-controlled Saudi Aramco for June delivery to its 175,000 b/d Brunei refinery, which began commercial operations in […]

Joining hands for a greener future

British High Commissioner to Brunei Darussalam Richard Lindsay, in commemorating World Environment Day, underscored the important roles that Brunei Government and local NGOs (non-governmental organisations) as well as the British High Commission played in preserving the environment in the country.

New milestone for hydrogen supply chain for Brunei

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN: The world’s first international hydrogen supply chain between Brunei Darussalam and Japan reached a milestone after successfully extracting H2 from a liquid organic hydrogen carrier (LOHC) shipped from Brunei, the Ministry of Energy said on Monday (May 11). The demonstration project is operated by the Advanced Hydrogen Energy Chain Association for Technology Development […]

‘World’s first international hydrogen supply chain’ realised between Brunei and Japan

A consortium in Japan says it has “realised the world’s first international hydrogen supply chain”, after successfully extracting H2 from a liquid organic hydrogen carrier (LOHC) shipped from Brunei. The Advanced Hydrogen Energy Chain Association for Technology Development (AHEAD) demonstration project aims to show that a global hydrogen supply chain can be established using LOHC — a […]

Brunei mulls curbing oil output in line with OPEC+ pact

Brunei will consider cutting oil output in cooperation with OPEC, the second minister of finance and economy said Tuesday, with the coronavirus pandemic sinking demand to a 25-year low and creating a global supply glut.

Gov’t forms new regulatory body for oil and gas industry

The government has formed a new regulatory body for the oil and gas industry called Petroleum Authority of Brunei Darussalam.