Author: Damon Evans
Total blames high prices for loss of reserves at GLNG
8 December 2014
The French major says high-costs are to blame for a gas shortage at Gladstone liquefied natural gas (GLNG) project
US expected to become the third largest LNG exporter
5 December 2014
The industry is expected to remain stable amid low oil prices
Petronas slams brakes on $11bn Canadian LNG scheme
4 December 2014
The company is deferring an investment decision on the LNG project
Santos emerges as potential takeover target
27 November 2014
The company is on the defensive as its share price has taken a hit due to falling oil prices
Asia will be the tipping point for energy transition to low carbon
26 November 2014
Asia’s dynamism gives it every incentive to take a pioneering role in the transition to a low-carbon energy system
Innovation is essential for affordable sustainable energy
18 November 2014
A Petronas executive has said the current model of competition is unsustainable
Solar energy push could offset LNG demand in Thailand
13 November 2014
The country's reserves are faltering, but a new push has been made towards renewable energy
Thailand's at risk of exhausted reserves by 2023
12 November 2014
Weak exploration will leave the nation at the mercy of imports
China’s appetite for LNG under threat without price reform
7 November 2014
The country's gas supply capacity is rising, but prices are going with it making it more difficult for consumers to afford
Asia’s energy demand set to rise by 37% by 2025
6 November 2014
The increase in demand will result in Asia’s energy imports increasing by 53%
India gas-price reforms may spur upstream sector
22 October 2014
As part of the reforms, the gas price will jump up 47%
Indonesia’s leader must move fast to stave off energy crunch
22 October 2014
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?
Indonesia considers importing US LNG to help rising demand
20 October 2014
The country is considering the move amid falling domestic output
Japan opens maiden LNG trading hub JOE
8 October 2014
Japan's first exchange for liquefied natural gas (LNG) has opened for business as it seeks to break a rigid price-setting system that has driven up its energy import bill in the wake of the Fukushima nuclear disaster
Woodside could spend up to $4.4bn on acquisition hunt
8 October 2014
The Australian company is looking to buy upstream and LNG projects
Petronas threatens to delay Canadian LNG project
7 October 2014
The Malaysian national oil company wants favourable regulatory and fiscal deal by October
Sino Gas & Energy will increase production in Ordos basin
29 September 2014
Australian-listed Sino Gas & Energy, which focuses on unconventional gas in China, is on the verge of ramping up production in the prolific Ordos basin
Leading the shale gas charge in Australia
15 September 2014
Development of the country’s shales will follow the path blazed by the coal-bed methane sector – with lots of M&A, plenty of risk, and big rewards
Fossil fuel divestment: the $5 trillion question
15 September 2014
Pressure is starting to build for institutional investors to cut their exposure to fossil fuel stocks. But can they find better places to park their cash and is it really at risk?
Asian promise, but full of risk
10 September 2014
There is huge potential for investors, but it remains hard to say if and where the shale plays will work
Malaysia primed to rival Qatar in LNG market shake-up
5 September 2014
The country could overtake the world's largest producer - Qatar, by 2020
New LNG storage to be built in Singapore this year
2 September 2014
The capacity of the storage will almost double in size thanks to construction starting later this year
InterOil transformed by new leadership
1 September 2014
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
Lack of Asian shale gas drilling outside China
21 August 2014
There is huge potential for investors, but it remains hard to say if and where the shale plays will work
Australia offering great shale gas investment opportunities
21 August 2014
Development of the country’s shales will follow the path blazed by the coal-bed methane sector – with lots of M&A, plenty of risk, and big rewards
Phoenix South find tipped as Australia’s biggest in 30 years
19 August 2014
There are high hopes for the well which is offshore Western Australia