Asia-Pacific

  • Indonesia’s new leader must move fast to stave off energy crunch

    As falling production and rising energy imports start to take their toll on the wider economy, it is clear Indonesia needs to reshape its oil and gas regime to lure much-needed upstream investment. But is the incoming president up to the challenge? Damon Evans reports


  • Indonesia weighs up its LNG options


  • Singapore bolsters its LNG arsenal


  • InterOil's renaissance

    Having beefed up its balance sheet, InterOil is moving ahead under new management with Papua New Guinea's biggest ever drilling campaign to develop its vast frontier acreage as it eyes liquefied natural gas exports to Asian markets. Damon Evans reports


  • Asian investors circle Aussie players

    More undervalued Australian energy companies with Asian assets could be snapped up as investors prepare to swoop. Damon Evans reports


  • Can gas see off coal?

    Without a price on carbon, gas is generally seen as an expensive alternative to cheap coal. But the increasingly fungible nature of liquefied natural gas (LNG) and potential market innovations could see gas overtake coal as Asia’s fuel of choice. Damon Evans reports


 

Latest issue: October 2014

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Geopolitics has lost its impact on the market and the fundamentals are bearish


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