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  1. Gas flares from an ExxonMobil oil refinery in Singapore

    Commentary: The oil and gas market in Asia is heating up

    Not only are Asia-Pacific markets the destination for most of global LNG trade, they also host some of the world’s leading LNG exporters, says the ...
  2. European Tour - British Masters

    Golf - Rose refreshed as Augusta looms large

    World number two Justin Rose returns to action at the Arnold Palmer Invitational starting on Thursday after taking the past month off to put "some ...
  3. Logo of the Exxon Mobil Corp is seen at the Rio Oil and Gas Expo and Conference in Rio de Janeiro

    Exxon's Cyprus gas discovery adds another giant to East Med collection

    ExxonMobil added another giant gas discovery to the east Mediterranean region after finding a gas-bearing reservoir offshore Cyprus but ...
  4. Chief Executive Officer of ARAMCO, Amin Nasser speaks during an interview with REUTERS in Dhahran

    Saudi Aramco eyes multi-billion-dollar US gas acquisitions: CEO

    Saudi Aramco, the world's top oil producer, is looking to acquire natural gas assets in the United States and is willing to spend "billions of ...
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    Electricity, gas tariffs to drop in 2019 first quarter

  6. FILE PHOTO: The logo of Qatar Petroleum is seen at its headquarters in Doha

    OPEC exit frees Qatar from US legal concerns

    Even before taking over Qatar's energy policy in a government reshuffle last month, Qatar Petroleum (QP) CEO Saad al-Kaabi had long wanted the ...
  7. FILE PHOTO: Russian President Vladimir Putin and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban talk at the

    Russia's Putin, Hungary's Orban to discuss energy issues, gas supply next week

    Energy issues will be "very heavily on the agenda" at a meeting between Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and Russian President Vladimir Putin ...
  8. A worker arrives at his office in the Canary Wharf business district in London

    Commentary: Oil and gas execs out-earn their peers

    One study found that compensation for oil and gas execs rises more when oil prices go up, compared to how much it falls when oil prices fall.