International

India new LNG plant starts next year, to boost import capacity by 12%

India will boost liquefied natural gas (LNG) imports from next year as private firm Swan Energy starts its floating terminal

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Japan to extend $300 million in loans for upgrades to Iraq oil refinery

Japan will extend up to ¥32.7 billion ($300 million) in low-interest loans to Iraq to assist the country’s plan to upgrade one of its oil refineries, Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi told his Iraqi counterpart, Fuad Hussein, on Saturday.

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Iraq Eyes Qatar Gas Import Amid Shortage of Iranian Supply

Baghdad has plans to import gas from Qatar and other countries to make up for fluctuating supplies from Iran.

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Saudi Arabia to drive oil and gas production increases this decade as majors remain wary – Fitch

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Saudi Arabia oil exports climb 147% to $16bln in May

The value of Saudi Arabia oil exports in May increased 147% to just over 60 billion riyals

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TotalEnergies sells Gladstone LNG facilities

France TotalEnergies and Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP) have closed a transaction pertaining to the downstream facilities of the Gladstone LNG project in Australia

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Aramco Said to Pick JPMorgan, Goldman for Gas Pipeline Deal

Saudi Aramco has chosen JPMorgan Chase Co. and Goldman Sachs Group Inc. to advise on the planned sale of a multibillion-dollar stake

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Italian oil firm Eni begins digging offshore well in Bahrain

Eni has started digging the first well in offshore block (1), which is located to the north of Bahrain.

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