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  • With proven oil reserves of 340 billion barrels, the world's second-largest behind the Middle East, Latin America is trying to attract foreign capital for Colombia's onshore and offshore blocks as well as Argentina's large unconventional resources and Mexico's fast-track energy reforms.

  • BEIJING, March 4- China's decision last month to sell a stake in a subsidiary of Sinopec Corp signals more privatisation of its bloated state-owned sector will take place soon, with plans likely to be discussed at this week's parliament session, officials and experts said.

  • The world's second-largest oil consumer aims to add nearly 600,000 barrels in daily refining capacity in 2014, and was slated to bring on more before PetroChina delayed two startups and an expansion as 2013 oil demand growth dropped to a 22- year low.

  • KAMPALA, Jan 24- Uganda has completed negotiations with Britain's Tullow Oil and its partners and will soon sign an agreement that could pave the way for the start of crude production.

  • PERTH/ LONDON, Jan 21- Locked into hefty discounts for nearly a decade, producers of super-cooled liquid natural gas could triple their earnings as surging demand gives them the upper hand in contract reviews with big buyers in Asia.

  • HONG KONG, Jan 21- Chinese shares listed in Hong Kong posted their biggest gain in two months on Tuesday, led by financials as cash rates eased in the mainland after the Chinese central bank offered emergency funds to ease the latest cash squeeze.

  • HONG KONG, Jan 21- China shares rebounded from a six-month low on Tuesday, lifting Hong Kong markets, as cash rates eased in the mainland after the Chinese central bank offered emergency funds to ease the latest cash squeeze. The CSI300 of the largest Shanghai and Shenzhen A-share listings, which closed on Monday at its lowest since July 9, rose 0.7 percent.

  • SINGAPORE, Jan 21- U.S. crude futures slipped below $94 a barrel in early Asian trade on Tuesday as supply worries eased after world powers and Iran took another step to end a decade-long dispute over Tehran's nuclear programme.

  • HONG KONG, Jan 20- Top Chinese offshore oil and gas producer CNOOC Ltd is aiming for an up to 4.3 percent output increase this year, excluding contributions from acquisition Nexen, well below its average annual growth target for 2011-2015 for a third year.

  • HONG KONG, Jan 20- Top Chinese offshore oil and gas producer CNOOC Ltd said on Monday it is aiming for an up to 4.3 percent output increase this year, excluding contributions from Canadian oil producer Nexen that it acquired a year ago.

  • HONG KONG, Jan 20- Top Chinese offshore oil and gas producer CNOOC Ltd said on Monday it is aiming for an up to 4.3 percent increase in output this year, excluding contributions from Canadian oil producer Nexen it acquired a year ago.

  • HONG KONG, Jan 17- Hong Kong shares closed at their highest in more than two weeks on Friday, posting weekly gains that were largely buoyed by a strong showing in Asian insurer AIA Group and Chinese Internet giant Tencent Holdings. Tencent jumped 6.4 percent this week to a record close, while AIA climbed 3.1 percent in its biggest weekly gain in three months.

  • RIO DE JANEIRO, Jan 14- Brazil's state-run oil company Petroleo Brasileiro SA, or Petrobras, on Tuesday "emphatically denied" that it is in talks with India's ONGC Videsh to sell part of its stake in the giant Libra offshore prospect in Brazil.

  • Chinese corporations filed 23 notices with U.S. regulators in 2012, up from 10 in 2011 and nearly quadruple the number in 2010, according to the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States, or CFIUS.

  • Rocketing prices will add billions of dollars to the power bills of Asian nations and threaten competitiveness, but mean an earnings bonanza for LNG producers such as Malaysia's Petronas, BP and Australia's Woodside Petroleum. Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and China bought 70 percent of global liquefied natural gas supplies last year.

  • VANCOUVER, Dec 1- British Columbia is finalizing tax rules for companies seeking to export Canadian natural gas to Asia. Other countries, including the United States, are ahead of Canada in the race to export liquefied natural gas, a fuel that fetches far more in energy hungry Asia than in North America.

  • China considers pipeline reform to boost gas supply Friday, 22 Nov 2013 | 6:53 AM ET

    *PetroChina- dominated grid limits small gas producers. BEIJING, Nov 22- As China struggles to rid cities of choking smog, one of the early priorities for Beijing's economic reforms will likely be to force state-run PetroChina to allow private producers fair access to natural gas pipelines.

  • TORONTO, Nov 15- The leader of Canada's main oil-producing province issued a rare direct rebuke of Prime Minister Stephen Harper's foreign investment policy on Friday, saying uncertainty over the rules was taking a serious toll on investment by foreigners.

  • TORONTO, Nov 15- The leader of Canada's main oil-producing province issued a rare direct rebuke of Prime Minister Stephen Harper's foreign investment policy on Friday, saying uncertainty over the rules was taking a serious toll on investment by foreigners.

  • FACTBOX-Russia's LNG projects vie for Asian markets Friday, 15 Nov 2013 | 10:10 AM ET

    MOSCOW, Nov 15- The Russian parliament's lower house gave its preliminary backing on Friday to amendments that would allow competitors of state-run Gazprom to export seaborne liquefied natural gas. **LNG should not compete with Gazprom's pipeline exports. Royal Dutch Shell and Mitsui are keen to expand to 15 million tonnes, but have failed to persuade Gazprom.

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