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Malaysia's Sarawak State Govt Seeks 10 Pct Stake in LNG Train

Malaysia's Sarawak state government said it is negotiating with Petronas to acquire a 10 percent equity stake in an LNG production facility.
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Malaysia's Sarawak State Govt Seeks 10% Stake In LNG Train

Malaysia's Sarawak state government says it is negotiating with Petroliam Nasional Berhad to acquire a 10% equity stake in an LNG production facility at Petronas' LNG complex in Bintulu, Sarawak.
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Netherlands to Receive First LNG Cargo from Cheniere's US Plant

The Netherlands is set to receive its first LNG delivery from Cheniere Energy's Sabine Pass export plant in the United States, according to shipping data.
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Sinochem No Longer Pursuing Stake Buy In Noble Group

Sinochem is no longer pursuing an investment in Noble Group Ltd due to concerns over the finances and business outlook of the loss-making commodity trader, 3 sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.
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Ethane Goes To Sea

MAN Diesel & Turbo said the world’s first ME-GIE (-Gas Injection Ethane) two-stroke engine has successfully passed gas trials on board the Gaschem Beluga, a liquefied ethylene gas (LEG) carrier, while sailing between Houston and the Bahamas. The Mitsui-MAN B&W 7G50ME-C9.5-GIE unit is the first in a series of two engines acting as main propulsion

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A Company On The Move

Harsco Industrial Air-X-Changers (HAXC) is not sitting still, recently completing its new manufacturing facility in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The company’s roots date to 1952, the pioneering days of the gas compression air-cooler industry, when oil-patch engineer Murray Carr established Carr Engineering Co. Carr’s rating process replaced the trial-and-error approach to cooler sizing and design that had […]
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OPEC Panel Looking At Deepening, Extending Oil Cuts

An OPEC panel reviewing scenarios for the oil producer group's meeting next week is looking at the option of deepening and extending a deal to reduce crude output.
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US Gasoline Demand Weak but Expected to Strengthen This Summer

Unless gasoline demand sharply increases, oil refiners may be in for another tough year.
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Chile to Export Gas to Argentina to Cover Winter Demand

Chile does not have significant gas production of its own but is selling surplus LNG imported via its Pacific-facing ports.
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Norwegian Production Drops Month-on-Month

Production on the Norwegian Continental Shelf decline month-on-month in April, according to preliminary figures from the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate.
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White House Moving Ahead with Stiff EPA Budget Cuts -Group

An EPA spokeswoman defended aggressive proposals to cut the agency's budget.
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Canada's Permian of the North Roused by Cheap Gas Drilling

Drilling rigs and roughnecks are hot commodities once again across the Montney shale formation and companies are having a hard time keeping up with demand.
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Mexico Private Sector Eyes More NAFTA Content in Future Products

U.S. Trade Representative Lighthizer said in Washington that NAFTA had been successful for U.S. agriculture, investment services and the energy sector, but not manufacturing.
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South Africa Open to Iranian Investment if New Refinery Goes Ahead

South Africa, a net importer of refined oil products, is looking to West Africa and the Middle East, including Iran, for potential partners on a new refinery project, energy ministry officials said on Friday.
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Oil At One-Month High, Supply-Cut Extension Expected

Oil prices rose on Friday, closing out a second week of gains.
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Australian Government Looks to Avert Gad Crisis

Australian Federal Resources Minister Matt Canavan was at pains to emphasize that the controversial 'Domestic Gas Security Mechanism' would only be triggered as a last resort.
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Black Sea Diesel Plant Upgrade Delayed by a Year to 2019

Rosneft is building a new hydro-cracking unit at its refinery at the Black Sea port of Tuapse.
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South Korean Coal Plant Closures May Lift LNG Demand

South Korea has outlined plans to close 10 old coal-fired power plants next month.
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Baker Hughes: US Drillers Add Oil Rigs For 18th Week In A Row

US energy companies added oil rigs for an 18th week in a row, the second-longest such streak on record.
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Traders Brace for First Winter Without U.K.'s Big Gas Store

In the past, a fully operational Rough provided a buffer against price swings.
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