Partnerships between Asean NOCs key to meet region's rising energy demands
Thailand could run out of gas to meet its power generation demands within the next 10 years
State-run oil giant expected to flood country's coffers before the end of the decade
Philippine facilities to import LNG now on the horizon after delays
Asian state aiming to prioritise domestic supply as foreign explorers weigh in to new territory
Vietnam hopes to unlock deep-water plays to meet demand
Vietnam faces the possibility of becoming a net importer of energy if output can not keep up with demand
The Royal Cambodian government is continuing talks with US major Chevron regarding the delayed Block A offshore project that would be the Asean member nation’s first indigenous hydrocarbon development.
Laos People’s Democratic Republic, the only landlocked member of the 10-nation Asean bloc, is considering building a national oil pipeline system, according to the country’s Asian Council on Petroleum (Ascope) representative.
The government of Brunei Darussalam is working intensively, especially in the downstream sector as the nation is faced with maturing oil and gas assets, according to the Ascope representative from PetroleumBrunei.
Australian explorer signs letter of intent to take back BHP’s 60% stake in Palawan basin block
Australian explorer seeks merger with compatriot to acquire Philippines and Indonesian assets
Indonesia set to hand block to Pertamina in drive for higher local ownership
Partner Neon Energy says drilling operations are progressing following the end of typhoon season
Thai yard finishes upgrade and repair of first jack-up unit, bought from Transocean
Australian independent targets first gas next year at Indonesian shallow-water project
Mubadala uncovers hydrocarbons in the primary target of offshore well
Australian explorer sells non-core assets to local company
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