Author: Selwyn Parker
Ecuador: In a hurry to mend the past
15 October 2018
After a decade marred by corruption and legal disputes, Ecuador’s reformist government wants a more investment-friendly exploration regime
India enters new deep-water era
24 September 2018
India’s plans for its deep waters could take its energy industry into a new phase
Weighing Bolivia's gas export options
9 August 2018
Legal disputes and competition from Chile complicate efforts to become a regional energy hub
China's teapots are filling up
16 July 2018
Chinese authorities are giving independent refiners greater freedom to source their own supplies of crude oil
Brazil's floating future
5 July 2018
The resignation of Petrobras’ boss comes just as it begins to reap the benefits of his reform programme
Kazakhstan wakes to hydrocarbon promise
4 July 2018
After years of foot-dragging and energy policy flip-flopping, Kazakhstan is putting its oil and gas aspirations back on track
Pertamina's offshore oil chase
18 May 2018
After two years of belt-tightening, Indonesia's NOC is seeking to plug the country's energy consumption gap
Japan's energy shake-up
4 May 2018
The country's energy industry has been thrown into a state of turmoil by 'Abenomics'
BP ploughs lonely shale gas furrow in China
2 May 2018
China is inviting foreign operators to develop its vast deposits
Japan's gas market deregulation reverberates widely
9 April 2018
JXTG Group has thrown down the gauntlet to Tokyo Gas in a battle for the domestic retail market
Papua New Guinea fails to step on the gas
28 March 2018
Despite promising resources, disputes over payment terms are stalling progress
China advances in the South China Sea
27 March 2018
Beijing has seized the initiative in the contested area. But Australia and Timor-Leste are nearing agreement in their zone of dispute
Thailand joins Asia gas-reserves search
12 March 2018
Facing voracious demand for energy, Asian countries are planning either to increase imports or seek new upstream opportunities
Europe's two-horse shale race
5 March 2018
Legal and environmental challenges are tying the hands of governments keen to exploit unconventional gas
Algeria and Saudi's differing shale development
5 March 2018
Two of the most-watched countries in the expansion of unconventional gas adopt opposite approaches to tapping their substantial reserves
Chasing Chinese gas dreams
26 February 2018
Both the country's unconventional production and reserves are set to soar
China's teapot growth
22 February 2018
The expansion has been boosted by bigger import quotas and a buying alliance
Australia's one man show
22 February 2018
Queensland remains the country's capital of unconventional gas, with bans in force in some other states
Australian power play
8 February 2018
Not all states are prepared to back the federal government's pledge to put reliability of power supply over green considerations
Cashing in on green energy
7 February 2018
The explosion in renewables projects is transforming the energy investment landscape
Hitting China's great wall
3 January 2018
Sri Lanka has presented some unlikely roadblocks to China's Silk Road project
Australia plays safe
2 January 2018
The Australian government has opted for reliability over renewables in the power sector
Brexit casts dark cloud over UK's North Sea industry
18 December 2017
The UK's oil and gas sector has been the focus of some sizeable asset acquisitions recently, but uncertainty over the terms of the country's withdrawal from the EU is confusing the outlook
Oil's well—for now
28 November 2017
Experts differ on when oil demand will peak but agree we're accelerating towards it
Filling China's tanks
10 November 2017
Beijing is working hard to put its SPR expansion programme back on track
Setting Timor-Leste's boundaries
9 November 2017
While settling a maritime border dispute with Australia is a step forward in relations between the two countries, it won't resolve all the issues
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