WorldOil Asian investor steps into America's shale gas market A relentless flow of natural gas from America’s shale basins is drawing bears to the market—and that’s music to the ears of at least one Asia-backed investor. EMGS announces two multi-client surveys offshore Indonesia Electromagnetic Geoservices ASA (EMGS) has announced that it has received Letters of Intent for two contracts under which EMGS will perform prefunded multi-client acquisitions offshore Indonesia. ADNOC signs framework agreement with CNPC to expand partnership The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) has signed a framework agreement, with the China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) covering various areas of potential collaboration including potential offshore opportunities and the sour gas development projects. Oil and Gas in the Capitals Big EandP projects advance in Vietnam and Indonesia; Chinese intimidation continues China's appetite for U.S. energy falls shy of binding deals China showed its appetite for big ticket investments in U.S. energy production and exports during President Donald Trump’s visit, but left the event with almost no binding deals. Alpha Completions Group expands commissioning services into South Korea Alpha Completions Group expands services into the Asia-Pacific region, with the recent opening of Alpha Project Services in Geoje, South Korea. China Energy Investment plans to invest billions in U.S. shale gas development West Virginia was the biggest recipient of the $250 billion of investments signed during President Donald Trump’s visit to China. TechnipFMC awarded subsea contract offshore Sabah, Malaysia TechnipFMC has been awarded a subsea contract by Murphy Sabah Oil for the Phase 1A Block H Gas Development Project. The project is located in offshore Sabah, Malaysia at a water depth of approximately 1,300 m. Venezuelan oil too big to fail, at least for China and Russia Venezuela’s sudden demand to renegotiate its billions in debt could complicate life for its two biggest oil patrons, China and Russia. China Poly to see Ethiopian gas exports by 2019, minister says China Poly Group plans to start exporting natural gas from Ethiopia’s eastern Ogaden basin by mid-2019 as it continues to explore near the border with Somalia, Petroleum Minister Motuma Mekassa said.