A environmental activist group said Wednesday that cargo ships burning liquefied natural gas (LNG) are actually worse for the climate due to methane emissions
Shringla said this at the inaugural session of the training module on “India’s Neighbourhood” at the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration
Bangladesh and Qatar have signed a 15-year LNG Sales and Purchase Agreement in 2017 to supply 1.8-2.5 million tonnes of LNG annually
The proposal is pending approval at the energy division but Petrobangla already proposed to raise gas prices at the consumer level. They also showed more targets in importing LNG.
With domestic gas production dwindling, Bangladesh is set to be a significant player in the global LNG market, alongside Pakistan and India
People are already struggling due to the price hike of daily essentials and there is no good news for them in the offing. Rather, the costs will soar in the coming days, said experts
International Chamber of Commerce-Bangladesh (ICCB) has described the smooth supply of energy as a vital utility for economic development and achieving the sustainable development goals (SDGs).
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The energy experts opined that there is a huge prospect of hydrocarbon exploration in the deep and high pressure zone in the country but the zones should be first identified and demarcated for ...
Companies like ExxonMobil, which are looking for LNG businesses in Bangladesh, require guarantying hedges against the price volatilities, Tawfiq-E-Elahi Chowdhury acknowledged
India's H-Energy has signed a MoU with Petrobangla for the supply of re-gasified liquefied natural gas (LNG)
The cabinet committee on public purchase approved seven proposals including the import of liquified natural gas (LNG) from a Swiss company and rice from an Indian company.
Bangladesh will have to spend annually $20 billion by 2030 if the current trend on import of LNG continues, said eminent energy expert and former special assistant of chief of caretaker government M ...