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Otto Energy subsidiary Otto Energy Philippines has entered into a letter of intent with Maersk Drilling for one of its ultra-deepwater drillships to drill a frontier wildcat offshore south-west Palawan.
Talisman Energy and its partners are looking to complete a base development plan for a combined FPSO and TLWP project offshore Vietnam by mid-2015.
Otto Energy, the former operator of the Galoc field in the Philippines, has sold off its remaining stake in the producing project to fellow Aussie independent Nido Petroleum for US $106 million.
Japan’s Inpex is selling 10% of its stake in a deepwater block offshore eastern Malaysia to Australian player Santos, although no sale price is being revealed.
Noble Energy and its partners in the ultradeepwater Leviathan Field offshore Israel are still waiting for an update on the situation that has seen the country’s Anti-Trust Authority essentially try to pull the rug from under their feet on one of the world’s biggest gas finds of recent times.
China has produced gas hydrates in the northern part of the South China Sea, according to a government department.
The latest offer includes 10 conventional blocks and five unconventional oil and gas blocks and all will be offered under a gross split production sharing contract scheme, Wiratmaja Puja, director general of oil and gas told reporters.
India’s state-run ONGC Ltd. is preparing to launch exploratory drilling in waters of Palk Bay Shallow (PBS) concession (PBS-1-1 Extension) located in Park Strait between India and Sri Lanka.
The Yuedong 30-1-1 well hit mostly gas. The well was drilled to a depth of 4,235 m (13,894 ft). The formation has a temperature of nearly 200 degrees C (392 degrees F).
Sapura's CEO Shahril Shamsuddin told Reuters that Sapura will consider new markets in the Middle East, the Mediterranean, and East and West Africa, and expand into existing markets like Mexico.
There are some signs of recovery—like other parts of the world—with a tender for major projects offshore India being launched and a couple of developments in the Gulf of Thailand making good progress.
A Japanese study has estimated that at least 1.1 Tcm (40 Tcf) of methane hydrates lie in the eastern Nankai Trough off the country’s Pacific coast, equal to about 11 years of Japanese gas consumption.
The test is the first since Japan achieved the world’s first extraction of gas in 2013 from offshore deposits of methane hydrate, a frozen gas known as “flammable ice.”
ONGC depends on the Daman offshore project to increase its natural gas output, which has stagnated over the past decade. The project hit delays last year after contractor Swiber Holdings had financial difficulties, Reuters reported.
"We are setting up gas processing facilities ... we have dug four pilot wells and have got encouraging response," N. K. Verma, the company's managing director, said, according to Reuters.
Thailand’s largest oil and gas explorer PTT Exploration and Production (PTTEP) is planning new investments or an extension of its operations in fields in Thailand, Malaysia and Myanmar, the company said on May 23.
PTT Exploration and Production PCL said on May 9 it was suspending investment in Indonesia after the Indonesian government filed a $2 billion lawsuit against the Thai state-owned energy firm for alleged damage from an oil spill eight years ago.
The top destinations for its LNG are Japan, South Korea and China. But Petronas is broadening its horizons, and the first cargo from its floating LNG facility was shipped to India in April, Reuters reported.
Reuters reported six people died and more than 20 were injured when a crane collapsed onto a section of the platform at a Samsung Heavy Industries shipyard, South Korea's Yonhap News Agency reported.
After July 24, Joyner will be replaced by John Li as interim CFO until a replacement is appointed, the company also said.