[Mar. 7, 2014] Taiwan’s state-owned oil company CPC Corp. said that it has signed a new contract with its Malaysian counterpart to continue to purchase liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the Southeast Asian country.Under the six-year agreement that was signed Wednesday in
[Feb. 28, 2014] The future of China’s multi-billion dollar investment in an oil terminal and transshipment pipeline in Burma may be in doubt, after a major processing refinery project in China was delayed.
[Feb. 28, 2014] By Sophie Song - A multi-billion dollar China-invested oil terminal and pipeline in Myanmar may not be built, after a major processing refinery project in China was shelved as part of a wider cutback in energy development.
[Feb. 28, 2014] China ’ s crude oil imports from Iran in January jumped 82.2% year on year to 2.4 million mt, or an average 566,856 b/d, according to final data released by the General Administration of Customs on Wednesday.
[Feb. 27, 2014] Guangdong Province-based Chu Kong Petroleum and Natural Gas Steel Pipe Holdings Limited, China ’ s largest manufacturer and exporter of longitudinal welded pipes, has announced that it has received four orders for a total of 82,000 mt of longitudinal welded pipes, valued at an aggregate of RMB 478 million ($78.23 million). The longitudinal welded pipes in question will be supplied to a project in South America, a natural gas project in Central Asia, to another natural gas project in the East China Sea and to the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao bridge project.
[Feb. 27, 2014] Taiwan has staged a joint military-Coast Guard protection and rescue exercise in an area where China ’ s controversial air defense identification zone (ADIZ) overlaps with those of Taiwan and Japan over the East China Sea.
[Feb. 27, 2014] China has issued a plan to open up its largely monopolized oil and gas pipelines, in a bid to increase the efficiency of the facilities, an energy authority said on Monday.
[Feb. 27, 2014] Astana plans to launch the so-called C line of the Kazakhstan-China pipeline with an initial capacity of up to 5 billion cubic meters/year in October, Sauat Mynbayev, chairman of Kazakhstan ’ s national oil and gas producer KazMunaiGaz, said late Tuesday.
[Feb. 27, 2014] Clashes in the Ta’ang region, also known as Palaung, of northern Shan State are due to increased militarisation around the Chinese Shwe gas pipeline project, according to the Palaung Women’s Organisation.
[Feb. 27, 2014] China ’ s crude oil imports from Iran in January jumped 82.2% year on year to 2.4 million mt, or an average 566,856 b/d, according to final data released by the General Administration of Customs on Wednesday.