The Oil Council announces their Investment and Finance Focused Oil and Gas Conference being held at the Four Seasons Hotel in Houston, Texas on October 22nd and 23rd.
Welcome to 7th Annual Asia Gas Congress 2012 on 19 & 20 April in Beijing,China. The theme of this year's event, "Connecting Asian Gas Buyers to Global Gas Suppliers,Unlocking Massive Gas Investment & Partnership Opportunities," is designed to look into more emerging long-term strategic issue. This is the only regional conference focused entirely from upstream to downstream on Asia gas industry. The previous supporting from companies like Shell,BP,Total,Exxon Mobil,Chevron made great success on our event. This time getting support by the IOC and NOC again, top industry professional from the region's energy centers Asia, Middle East, Europe will attend. And the policy, guidance, marketing forecasting, new project, equipments, LNG, shipping, EPC will also be a hot topic this year.
County Coal (ASX:CCJ) is pleased to announce that it has fast tracked its resource upgrade program by acquiring a geological data package over the Shell Creek Project Area.
Sino Gas And Energy Holdings Limited (ASX:SEH) is pleased to announce that Mr Peter Mills has been appointed to the Board as a Non-Executive Director.
Buccaneer Energy Limited (ASX:BCC) (PINK:BCGYF) is pleased to advise that its wholly owned subsidiary Buccaneer Alaska, LLC has entered into a binding agreement with Chevron Corporation (NYSE:CVX) to acquire the remaining 50% working interest (2,506 net acres) that it does not already own in 2 leases on its North Middle Ground Shoal (Southern Cross Unit) structure in the Cook Inlet, Alaska.
Clean Global Energy Limited (ASX:CGV) is pleased to announce the appointments of Wayne Rossiter as Chief Financial Officer and Carl D'Silva as Exploration and Mining Geologist. Wayne Rossiter is a mining engineer and a chartered accountant with extensive experience in the mining and energy sectors. Carl D'Silva is an exploration and mining geologist with experience in PNG, Indonesia and Australia.
Most Asian stock markets rebounded Thursday after the U.S. Federal Reserve's pledge to keep interest rates near zero for "an extended period". But analysts expect this would be a temporary rebound. Yesterday, Japan's Nikkei rose 1.6 per cent, boosted by the upbeat earnings reports. Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index added 1.6%, South Korea's Kospi climbed 1.0 per cent and Taiwan's Taiex climbed 1.8 per cent.
U.S. stocks closed slightly lower on Tuesday, giving up early gains boosted by consumer confidence data and strong earnings from Apple. Investors remained cautious as there were continued concerns over bank regulation plans.
Overnight US shares ended with modest gains helped by better-than-expected retail sales data and upbeat broker comments. But investors were still cautious ahead of the release of the non-farm payrolls data. Most Asian stocks declined Thursday. China's Shanghai Composite lost 1.9 per cent over fears of possible rates rise while Chinese central bank is tightening liquidity in the interbank money markets.
Wall Street stocks tumbled overnight on a second downgrade of Greece's sovereign debt in a month and Citigroup's capital raising. The US dollar rebounded as investors cut riskier assets. The US dollar index, which measures its performance against a basket of major currencies, rose to its highest level in more than three months.