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Bangladesh - recent news
|20 Feb 20
||Bangladesh: Japan's Mitsui looking to explore two blocks onshore Bangladesh
Japan's Mitsui is looking to explore Bangladesh's onshore Blocks 8 and 11 under a joint venture with state-run Bapex in what would be the first-ever entry of any Japanese oil and gas exploration company into Bangladesh's hydrocarbon exploration sector.
|03 Feb 20
||Bangladesh: Gazprom and Petrobangla sign Memorandum of Understanding
Gazprom paid a working visit to the People's Republic of Bangladesh. As part of the visit, Gazprom signed with Petrobangla a five-year Memorandum of Understanding for strategic cooperation.
|23 Aug 18
||Bangladesh: Excelerate Energy commissions Bangladesh's first LNG import terminal
Excelerate Energy Bangladesh has completed the commissioning of its Moheshkhali Floating LNG (MLNG) terminal – Bangladesh's first liquefied natural gas (LNG) import facility – signifying the official commencement of operations for the project.
|13 Mar 18
||Bangladesh's Summit Power to develop $3 bln LNG-to-power project with Japanese firms
Bangladesh's Summit Power International said on Tuesday it signed a memorandum of understanding with Japan's Mitsubishi Corp and subsidiary Diamond Gas International to develop a $3 billion LNG-to-power project.
|31 Oct 17
||Bangladesh: Chevron drops decision to leave Bangladesh
Chevron will not sell three subsidiaries and leave Bangladesh as planned, the Company said on Sunday. Chevron had said in April it would sell to China’s Himalaya Energy Co. the wholly owned subsidiaries that operate three gas fields, which together account for 58 percent of Bangladesh’s gas production.
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