South East Asia market snapshot - March 2016

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In March, Indonesia faced challenges in future LNG production. The Indonesian President announced that Abadi will be developed as an onshore project instead of an FLNG, therefore further delaying its project start-up date. Also, the Indonesian government announced that Bontang will shut down one LNG train by June or July this year because of declining gas supply. In Malaysia, PETRONAS signed a 10-year LNG SPA with Toho Gas with flexible terms.New coal projects are progressing in Vietnam and the Philippines. In Vietnam this comes despite the announcement to halt new coal projects by the Vietnamese Prime Minister in January this year. Meanwhile in the Philippines it comes despite the country's very aggressive COP21 commitment made in November last year.

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Table of contents

  • Indonesia Energy Forum
  • Indonesia LNG production woes: Picks onshore for Abadi and shuts one train at Bontang
  • PETRONAS and Toho Gas sign a 10-year LNG SPA with flexible terms
  • PetroVietnam is planning a GPP which is expected to be supplied with ExxonMobil's CVX gas
  • Vietnam and the Philippines build more coal power plants
  • PERTAMINA is taking an active role in national electrification programme by using renewables
  • Other events

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  • Bontang Utilisation
  • Coal-fired power plant developments announced in late February to March 2016


  • South East Asia market snapshot - March 2016: Table 1

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