Brunei Darussalam Energy Articles & Analysis

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Since the inception of Brunei LNG in 1972, a joint venture between the government (50%), Shell International (25%) and Mitsubishi Corporation (25%), Brunei Darussalam has developed an extensive and integrated liquefied natural gas (LNG) supply chain geared towards serving the export markets of Japan and South Korea. However, with these contracts up...

What is the outlook for liquid natural gas (LNG)?

Though abroad it might be best known for its substantial hydrocarbons reserves, at home Brunei Darussalam’s authorities are also turning their attention to renewable energy sources and efficiency drives in a bid to “green” the economic growth. Conscious of its regional environmental commitments, the Sultanate is likely to witness substantial...

Dominated by hydrocarbons, the energy sector in Brunei Darussalam has seen production begin to falter in the past five years and, therefore, is now awaiting the results of exploration and development programmes being carried out by international oil companies. There remains a high degree of optimism that these efforts will bear fruit, with the...

In an attempt to improve efficiencies and reduce the power bill currently facing the government, Brunei Darussalam’s utilities sector is seeing several new investments. While the current generation capacity is enough to meet consumption, the government is keen to improve efficiencies and make power generation and distribution in the country more...

Chapter | Energy from The Report: Brunei Darussalam 2013

Dominated by hydrocarbons, the energy sector in Brunei Darussalam has seen production begin to falter in the past five years and, therefore, is now awaiting the results of exploration and development programmes being carried out by international oil companies. There remains a high degree of optimism that these efforts will bear fruit, with the government setting ambitious production targets over...