Asia-Pacific
Chinese LNG faces headwinds
30 May 2019
Huge expansion in imports masks challenges for the future
Papua LNG seals deal
21 May 2019
Agreement with Papuan New Guinean state is an important milestone for an unusual project
LNG in firing line of climate advocacy
9 May 2019
Energy firms are coming under increasing pressure to take radical steps to reduce emissions
Fracking tsar quits after government inaction
3 May 2019
The UK shale gas industry has long struggled to gain traction and sees no green light in sight
Chinese government holds unconventionals key
3 May 2019
The only independent oil and gas operator in China stresses the importance of policy and partnership with Beijing
Majors and US independents leave southeast Asian gap
12 April 2019
A rush to US shale has left opportunities for others in areas left behind
Pakistan's energy headache shows no sign of lifting
12 April 2019
Gulf and Chinese cash will not solve Pakistan's oil and gas crisis as domestic demand continues to rise
US LNG eyes eastern Australia market
19 February 2019
Trans-Pacific shipments might compete to fill the country’s regional supply shortage
Japan tries again for greater flexibility on LNG
15 January 2019
Tokyo renews efforts to push reform in long-term contracts
How India extricated itself from an energy squeeze
19 December 2018
New Delhi unexpectedly emerged relatively unscathed from this year's oil price volatility, currency fluctuations and geopolitical tensions
Sellers jockey to fill India's Iran void
13 December 2018
Iranian deliveries have dropped significantly despite exemption, but it is not as simple as Saudi Arabia stepping in
China shows its muscle
13 December 2018
The country was at the centre of activity in the Asia-Pacific region, boosting production and imports—though some showed wariness about Beijing’s growing power
Discord in Australian LNG damages Asia export hopes
7 December 2018
Broad collaboration is essential if a new wave of Australian LNG projects is to be competitive
Malaysia rebuttal reflects mistrust of China's 'Belt and Road' plan
8 November 2018
Is Malaysia’s repudiation of China’s “unequal treaties” a sign of things to come?
Exploration is back on the agenda in Australia
8 November 2018
A landmark energy report warns that Australia must go back to drilling
Australian shale play faces rocky ride
9 October 2018
The Northern Territory, a key LNG centre, holds huge reserves of shale gas. But will regulations stifle development?
Australia’s Dorado: A black gold bonanza
9 October 2018
After three decades without sizable discoveries, Western Australia is now the country’s most exciting exploration province
Australia's gas race has begun
2 October 2018
Three potential LNG projects are competing to fill eastern Australia's gas-demand supply gap
Australia's LNG comes of age
2 October 2018
Western Australia has the potential resources and infrastructure to supply the world with LNG for decades
China: Enter the smokeless dragon
25 September 2018
Part of China’s blue-sky strategy is the switch from coal to natural gas—with an unexpected impact on the global LNG market
India prepares launch of gas hub
20 September 2018
If all goes to plan, by the end of this year India should have established a gas trading hub
Petronas: To float or not to float?
20 September 2018
Petronas’s financial success makes it a target for a government desperate for new revenue streams
India joins aviation renewables club
30 August 2018
More airlines are starting to use alternative fuels, but still on a very limited basis
Strong uptake for spot LNG trading in Asia
21 August 2018
Singapore-based trading platform Global LNG Exchange has seen a significant ramp up in its membership base
Taiwan’s useful LNG ally
17 August 2018
Strengthening energy links between Taiwan and the US could impact on power dynamics in the South China Sea
Myanmar faces energy crossroads
20 July 2018
Huge potential in the country’s energy sector faces equally sizeable challenges