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Aaron Sheldrick

Mar 13 2017

India's Adani applies to Aus govt fund for coal mine railway financing

TOKYO India's Adani Enterprises has applied for financing from an Australian infrastructure fund to build a rail line that is part of a $16 billion coal project in the state of Queensland, Australia's resources minister said on Monday.

Feb 24 2017

Japan pays high fee for first U.S. shale cargoes in January

TOKYO, Feb 24 Japan in January paid nearly twice as much for liquefied natural gas (LNG) derived from U.S. shale gas as it did for its cheapest imports, official trade data showed on Friday.

Feb 24 2017

Japan pays high fee for first U.S. shale cargoes in January

TOKYO, Feb 24 Japan in January paid nearly twice as much for liquefied natural gas (LNG) derived from U.S. shale gas as it did for its cheapest imports, official trade data showed on Friday.

Feb 17 2017

Japan's heavyweight LNG buyers wrestle more flexible deals from suppliers

TOKYO Japan's liquefied natural gas (LNG) buyers are upending the traditional practices of the market, using their leverage as the world's biggest buyers of the fuel to wrestle concessions for more flexible terms.

Jan 27 2017

Iran's oil exports to rise slightly in February: source

TOKYO Iran's monthly oil exports are set to climb slightly in February, as Indonesia takes its first shipment since sanctions on Tehran were lifted last year, a person with knowledge of Iran's tanker loading schedule said.

Dec 21 2016

Japan pulls plug on Monju, ending $8.5 billion nuclear self-sufficiency push

TOKYO Japan on Wednesday formally pulled the plug on an $8.5 billion nuclear power project designed to realize a long-term aim for energy self-sufficiency after decades of development that yielded little electricity but plenty of controversy.

Nov 25 2016

Cheniere to send first LNG supplies to Asia as soon as next month: official

Houston-based Cheniere Energy Inc is gearing up to send its first supplies of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from its Sabine Pass export terminal on the U.S. Gulf Coast to Asian customers as a rise in prices in the region have made such shipments profitable, an official told Reuters.

Nov 24 2016

INTERVIEW-Woodside moving forward with Browse, Scarborough projects at similar pace

TOKYO, Nov 24 Woodside Petroleum is moving forward with its Scarborough area gas fields and its delayed Browse liquefied natural gas (LNG) project at a similar rate, and can't say at this stage which will be developed first, its CEO told Reuters.

Nov 24 2016

INTERVIEW-New LNG buyer Pakistan sees strong interest in giant tender

TOKYO, Nov 24 Pakistan LNG Ltd has received strong interest in its tender to buy as many as 240 shipments of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from suppliers hungry to sell gas in an oversupplied market, a senior official told Reuters on Thursday.

Nov 23 2016

Global LNG buyers, sellers meet as Japan probes contract clauses

TOKYO, Nov 23 A new Japanese regulatory probe into sales restrictions for liquefied natural gas (LNG) contracts will be at the forefront of discussion as the industry's biggest buyers and sellers gather in Tokyo this week.

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