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Hygenco, Ameropa ink cooperation for supply of green ammonia

Hygenco Green Energies and Ameropa sign green ammonia supply agreement from Hygenco's planned 1.1-MMtpy green ammonia facility in India.

Sungrow Hydrogen wins contract for world's largest green H2, ammonia and methanol integrated project

Sungrow Hydrogen was awarded a contract by China Energy Engineering Corporation for the Songyuan Hydrogen Energy Industrial Park project in Jilin China, the world's largest green hydrogen, ammonia and methanol integrated project.

Blaze put out at Russian oil reservoir after Ukrainian drone strike

A Ukrainian drone attack caused a fire to break out at an oil reservoir for Russia's Druzhba pipeline in the Tambov region southeast of Moscow on Friday, but the blaze was extinguished within hours.

JERA ends ammonia co-firing trial at coal power station with positive results

JERA, Japan's biggest power generator, said it has concluded a three-month trial of co-firing 20% of ammonia with coal at its Hekinan thermal power station in central Japan with positive results.

New DNV survey highlights oil and gas sector paradox

The latest DNV survey, “The Paradox of Petroleum—How the oil and gas sector is transforming through uncertainty,” gathered insights from nearly 450 senior oil and gas professionals to examine rapidly evolving trends and the near-term outlook for the sector.

Russian oil and gas revenues set to rise by 50% y/y in June, refinery subsidies decrease

Russia's oil and gas revenue in June is set to rise by more than 50% year on year to $9.4 B, after a decrease in subsidies to refineries and reflecting the Russian economy's ability to limit the impact of sanctions.

Russian gasoline output lags June expectations

Russian gasoline production has increased by only 2% from May's average in the first 18 days of June, less than expected by the energy ministry, the Kommersant newspaper reported on Monday, citing sources familiar with the official data.

China's LNG imports set to slow

China appears to have taken advantage of low prices in the spot market so far in 2024 to boost the amount of gas in storage, absorbing some of the extra fuel that would otherwise have been sent to Europe.

Vietnam's Binh Son refinery signs deal to buy Bach Ho crude

Binh Son Refining and Petrochemical has signed a new contact to buy crude oil from Bach Ho field for the 2024–2027 period. The crude oil will be for the operations of its 130,000-bpd Dung Quat refinery in central Vietnam, the company said in a statement.

Drone crashes into Ilsky oil refinery in Russia's Krasnodar region

A drone crashed into the Ilsky oil refinery in Russia's southern Krasnodar region on Friday, injuring at least two people and causing a small fire.