All articles by Smruthi Nadig
Asda acquires EG Group’s 350 petrol stations in a $2.82bn deal
The acquisition includes re-branding 350 petrol station sites previously owned by the EG Group.
India plans to use sustainable aviation fuel by 2025, says petroleum minister
The country will need 140 million litres of sustainable aviation fuel per year for the current target and 700 million litres for a target of 5%.
Petrobras approves new policy to lower gasoline and diesel prices
The new policy ends the mandatory compliance to the import parity price by maintaining competitive prices.
Bangladesh faces power cuts as cyclone suspends gas supply
The power department said Bangladesh shed 2,000MW of load across the country on Saturday, leading up to the suspension.
Oil and gas operators in UK face “tsunami of industrial unrest”
According to the Unite union, the strike will affect oil and gas companies including BP, Shell and TotalEnergies.
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UK government to extend Energy Price Guarantee till June
As part of the Spring Budget, the UK government plans to extend the energy price guarantee to control soaring energy prices.
Aramco, ADNOC to supply petroleum products to Kenya
Kenyan energy minister announced on Monday that the deal was part of the country’s plans to nationalise oil imports.
UK Offshore workers to take strike action in dispute over pay
The trade union Unite confirmed that the workers would strike from 21 March, shutting dozens of platforms on the UK Continental Shelf.
Himalaya Shipping receives second LNG dual-fuel bulker
The vessel named Mount Ita is the second in a series of 12 Newcastlemax dry bulk vessels under construction.
New horizons: how elections could affect oil and gas in Nigeria
Smruthi Nadig investigates the results of the recent presidential elections in Nigeria, and asks what this could mean for the country’s oil and gas sector.