Eni Ships 1st Jangkrik Cargo

Eni said it shipped its first cargo of LNG on June 22 produced from the Jangkrik field. It will go into Indonesia's domestic market. The 22,500 m3 cargo left the Bontang liquefaction complex in East Kalimantan, and is headed to Bali, also in Indonesia, where it will be unloaded as part of a long-term LNG contract signed with Pertamina in mid-2015.


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EU Clears Ineos to Buy Dong E&P

UK-based Ineos's acquisition of Danish utility Dong's upstream business announced last month was cleared by the European Commission June 22. It concluded that the proposed transaction would raise no competition concerns given that the companies' activities overlap only to a limited extent.


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Gasum to Increase Skangas Stake

Finnish gas utility Gasum is to increase its interest in leading European small-scale LNG supplier Skangas to 70%, stating that the increase from its previous 51% stake will strengthen its position as the leading LNG provider to the Nordic region.


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Iran Starts Gas Exports to Iraq

Restricted Iranian gas flows to Iraq have started, one year behind schedule. Iran’s deputy oil minister for trade and international affairs, Amir Hossein Zamaninia told the country’s press agency IRNA that Iran started delivering 7mn m3/d of gas to Iraq (equivalent to 2.


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Pakistan Sets Up Shale Oil, Gas Centre

Pakistan’s ministry of petroleum and natural resources has established a shale gas and oil centre to facilitate companies in exploiting the unconventional hydrocarbon resources, state owned news agency, Associated Press of Pakistan (APP) said June 20.


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