India had four terminals receiving liquefied natural gas last year, with total capacity of 30 million tonnes a year, although taking in 21 million to 23 million tonnes, up 10 to 13 percent from 2017, according to data from the Petroleum Planning and Analysis Cell and shipping data.
Rosneft is opening a trading arm in Singapore as part of a pivot to Asia, the world’s biggest and fastest-growing energy-consuming region, where the Russian state oil major plans to manage new projects and boost oil sales.
India on Friday presented a wide range of investment opportunities in the upstream oil and gas sector, citing strong interests in the ongoing USD 2.86 billion investment underway to double gas production and drill more than 120 exploration wells over the next four-five years.
It is time to rejoice for travellers as the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation Limited (IRCTC) has decided to introduce international tour packages for Singapore and Malaysia.
Singapore’s port authority will provide S$6 million ($4.5 million) to help build two liquefied natural gas (LNG) bunker vessels, in a bid to promote ship-to-ship LNG bunkering in the city-state.
Commodities trading in Singapore, Asia’s main trade hub, generated close to $1.2 trillion in revenue in 2017, 33 percent more than a year earlier on the back of higher prices and surging demand, a senior government official said on Thursday.
Singapore’s GIC could pump more money into Indian renewable energy firm Greenko Energy Holdings, which could help it double or triple its power capacity over the next 3-5 years, a senior GIC official said on Thursday.
The Singapore 10 ppm sulfur gasoil cash differential advanced 16 cents/b week on week to 45 cents/b Wednesday, a year-to-date high since S&P Global Platts moved its benchmark to 10 ppm sulfur gasoil from 500 ppm sulfur gasoil on January 1.
Electricity producer Summit Power International plans to list on the Singapore Stock Exchange (SGX) by April, what is likely the first company from Bangladeshto offer shares in the city-state, as it seeks to raise funds to invest in assets across Asia.
The Debts Recovery Tribunal (DRT) has rejected the application of Piyush Marodia, managing director of Gupta Coal, seeking permission to travel to Singapore. The company has taken a loan of Rs 58.89 crore from State Bank of India (SBI) and is unable to repay it. DRT has impounded the passport of all the directors of Gupta Coal. DRT presiding officer Chikkam Vijay […]