Jul 2021
  • Energy
  • Electric Power
  • Energy Transition
  • Emissions
  • Renewables
  • LNG
  • Natural Gas

Propane lights up the Tokyo Games, as hydrogen makes its Olympic debut

On July 23, after a lavish show, the parade of athletes, and a bevy of speeches, the Tokyo Games’ opening ceremony will climax with the lighting of the Olympic cauldron. And so will begin propane’s fortnight in the spotlight

  • Blog
Aug 2020
  • Oil
  • Gasoline
  • Jet Fuel

Asia shrugs off OPEC supply rise as refiners grapple with crippled demand

Middle Eastern sour crude supply is expected to increase this month after OPEC+ members on July 15 agreed to pare back their production cut commitment. But Asian consumers, who under normal circumstances would have welcomed the move, have barely taken notice

  • Blog
Apr 2018
  • Oil
  • Crude Oil

Japan surprises with equity oil deals: Fuel for Thought

A recent win by Inpex and Itochu of stakes in two giant oil fields in the UAE and Iraq bolsters Japan’s energy security and provides the Mideast producers a secure market base in the growing demand region of Asia

  • Blog

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