Japanese trading house Marubeni is reportedly looking for opportunities in Thailand’s liquefied natural gas industry including potential floating storage and regasification units, writes Amanda Battersby.
Chinese-owned Nexen Energy has officially begun the regulatory process for its proposed Aurora liquefied natural gas export project in western Canada with an application for an environmental assessment certificate.
US floating regasification specialist Excelerate Energy has completed a long-term sale and leaseback agreement covering its floating storage and regasification unit Experience with a wholly owned subsidiary of CMB Financial Leasing.
Appalachian gas giant Antero Resources is planning to increase production by as much as 25% in the coming year while keeping its capital spending relatively constant in 2017 at $1.5 billion, writes Noah Brenner.
Brazil has unveiled what will be on offer in major licensing rounds in 2017 but, rather than unleasing a wave of excitement, the announcements coincided with tax and legal moves that only served to remind potential investors of the risks they may have to deal with.
The revision of a landmark federal study on the safety of hydraulic fracturing and the schizophrenic reaction to it demonstrates how the practice continues to divide the US public, writes Noah Brenner.
The ground seems to be being prepared for a break next year in US-Europe policy on Iran, with Europe and others going off on their own if the incoming Trump administration in the US goes back on the nuclear agreement signalling the end of Iran’s isolation.