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Dhaka Tuesday,  Jul 17, 2018

Gas Sector

Australia’s national energy regulator has warned the federal government on Monday that the domestic supply of liquified natural gas (LNG) is at risk of a “supply shortfall.” The Australian Energy Market Operator’s (AEMO) annual projections forecast a shortage of 54 petajoules in 2018 and 107 petajoules in 2019, which represents one-sixth of the country’s total demand each year. AEMO chief executive Audrey Zibelman said the findings “suggest there is a... »
Bashundhara LP Gas will install a large reserve tank in Dhaka to supply Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) in the city. The tank will be installed before Hotel Le Méridien at the city and Bashundhara has signed a deal with the hotel on Sunday. Le Méridien Dhaka and Best Holdings president Hasan Ahmed and Meer  T I Faruqe Rizvi has signed the deal on behalf of their respective organizations. Among others... »
Petrobangla on Tuesday has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Gunvor Singapore PTE Ltd to import Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG). State minister for power, energy and mineral resources Nasrul Hamid was the chief guest of the MoU signing ceremony. Among others energy secretary Nazimuddin Chaudhury, Petrobangla chairman Abul Monsur Md. Fayzullah were present at the ceremony. Petrobangla Secretary Syed Ashfaquzzaman and Speelevelid, the Head of LNG-BD/Asia of Gunvor Singapore... »
Industrialists and businessmen want gas, no matter how costly it is. To keep up the country’s current pace of the economic growth, industry needs more gas whether it comes in the means of bottled, liquefied or pipe lined. Businessmen, once again expressed their cravings for gas on today in a view exchange program that was held at the Petrocentre of the city. The program was organized prior to formulating an... »
The government is to sign a long-term agreement with Qatar in September this year to import Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) as the cabinet committee on public procurement has approved the pricing formula and draft contract document. “As the cabinet committee approved the pricing formula yesterday, the government would sign a long-term contract for importing LNG from Qatar to meet growing energy demand in the country,” State Minister for Power, Energy... »
The High Court in Bangladesh has scrapped two gas deals with Canada-based Niko Resources. It has also ordered confiscation of Niko’s assets in Bangladesh. The court also told the state not to pay Niko any money it owes to the company, until the two lawsuits — one for the 2005 gas-field blast and the other on corruption — are settled. Niko signed two deals in 2003 and 2006 to explore... »
Titas, the state-owned gas Distribution Company has cut a total of 7,245 illegal gas connections in the households and eliminated 18.19 kilometers of illegal gas pipeline in this July. It has also disconnected gas connections of 2,232 legal household stoves, 6 commercial units, 4 CNG stations, 3 captive power plants for their due bills. Titas Gas Transmission and Distribution Company Limited has declared its stance against illegal gas connections for... »
total of 350 industries is about to get gas connections soon. Industries of Dhaka and its nearest areas will get their desired gas connections in the next year, as the government wishes to reintroduce new gas connections to industrial units after a long time. Energy Secretary Nazimuddin Chowdhury has informed about the news of reintroducing new gas connections while he was addressing in a seminar held on today at the... »
The government is likely to buy the assets of 3 Chevron operated gas fields. Energy Secretary Nazimuddin Chowdhury has informed about the information on Wednesday in a seminar held in the wake of the National Energy Security Day-2017. The seminar was organized at the at the Habibur Rahman Auditorium of Petrobangla office and Dr. Tawfiq-e-Elahi Chowdhury, BB, the advisor to the Prime Minister of Bangladesh on Energy, Power and Mineral... »
The National Energy Security Day-2017 will be observed today commemorating the historic decision taken by Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman on August 9 in 1975. After independence Bangabandhu had undertaken various initiatives to develop the country’s energy sector and bought five gas fields from the then British Oil company ‘Shell Oil’ for the state at a nominal price. The government has been observing the day since 2010.... »