By LNG World News Hamburg-based Nauticor, a unit of Linde, said it has expanded the list of ports in which it is conducting liquefied natural gas bunkering. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: LNG World News.
Mubadala Investment Company, through Compania Espanola de Petroleos, S.A.U. (CEPSA), agreed to sell its 42.09% stake in the Medgaz pipeline to Spain's Naturgy Energy Group S.A. and Algeria's Sonatrach. This submarine pipeline transports natural gas from Algeria to Spain. Post-transaction, Sonatrach will be the main shareholder with a 51% stake, while Naturgy will hold the [...]
The decision has heated up the competition to take a pie of India's oil and gas sector as global major Shell and British Petroleum are already operating in India.
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India Holds 100 Tcf Of Gas Reserves, Enough To Meet Half Of Demand Till 2050: Bp Chief Bob Dudley - The Financial Express
He said the USD 4 per mmBtu price of imported liquefied natural gas (LNG) in "no way converts for the cost" of the fuel.
Oil futures head sharply lower on Monday, poised to give back much of their gains from last week, as China has reportedly asked for more talks with the U.S. before signing "phase one" of a trade deal that President Donald Trump announced on Friday.
Total has agreed to buy a 37.4-percent stake in India's Adani Gas, the two firms said Monday, with the French giant spending $600 million to expand its access to the energy-hungry country.
French energy giant Total SA will buy a 37.4% stake in Indian gas distribution company Adani Gas, as it looks to capitalise on the South Asian country's push for cleaner sources of energy.
Govt To Invest $60B To Build National Gas Grid To Link Up Nation By 2024 In A Bid To Cut Carbon Emissions
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has previously set a target to more than double the share of gas in India's energy mix to 15% by 2030 The post Govt to invest $60 billion to build national gas grid to link up nation by 2024 in a bid to cut carbon emissions appeared first on Firstpost.
By Promit Mukherjee and Nidhi Verma NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India, one of the world's largest consumers of oil and coal, is investing $60 billion to build a national gas grid and import terminals by 2024 in a bid to cut its carbon emissions, the oil minister said on Sunday. India has struggled to boost its use of gas, which produces less greenhouse gas emissions than coal and oil, because many industries and towns are not linked to the gas pipeline network.