- ExxonMobil and PNG sign LNG MoU
ExxonMobil has signed and agreement with the PNG Government to expand its LNG project in the country.
- Don’t panic: what you need to know about oil price volatility
As oil slides below US$50 per barrel what does this mean for global markets?
- Carnarvon to spend $10 million on oil exploration
Despite the low price of oil, Carnarvon Petroleum has announced it will spend $10 million to explore its permits in the North West Shelf for more oil and gas.
- Scarborough gas fields lease up for renewal
Leaseholders of the Scarborough Gas Fields will renew their retention lease, in an attempt to outrun “use it or lose it” policies.
- Why gas isn’t the answer to falling commodity prices or employment
The upcoming LNG boom is being touted as the next saviour of the Australian economy, but can it provide all that is being promised?
- Lock the Gate slams cop cars using Santos logo
Anti-CSG campaigners are fuming that police cars in Queensland are featuring the logo of gas company Santos.
- The 2015 Energy Outlook: Oil & Gas
Australian Mining looks at the forecast for energy resources next year, in its annual Energy Outlook series. In this edition we focus on oil and gas.
- Coal seam gas is just the latest round in an underground war
As the coal seam gas debate heats up, is it just another round in the battle for resources?
- Australian engineers want more input to floating LNG
A new report has found that while FLNG holds opportunities for local engineers, there are a number of roadblocks hampering wider engagement.
- Oil prices fall as economics trumps geopolitics
A breakdown of the OPEC decision to maintain oil production, and what it means for the market.
- Sino Gas appoints new managing director
Sino Gas & Energy has appointed Glen Corrie as its new managing director.
- OPEC v oil prices: how the world’s biggest oil cartel lost its power
As oil prices slide, OPEC’s hold on the sector is weakening.
- LNG Ltd award billion dollar LNG train contract to SK E&C Group
LNG has award a $1.986 billion EPC contract to SK E&C for an EPC contract on two LNG trains.
- Emerson releases RTU and HART configuration suite for remote oil & gas field applications
OpenEnterprise Field Tools improves productivity by streamlining configuration and monitoring.
- Quarterly exploration spending plummets
Petroleum exploration has seen sharp falls in expenditure on production leases, with Western Australia the worst hit on seasonally adjusted figures.
- Gas drilling slows down in Queensland
Gas industry slowdowns have led Saxon Energy Services to offer voluntary redundancy packages to staff in Queensland.
- The ANU divestment saga
An ANU decision to divest from a number of miners on ‘ethical’ grounds has shaken mining, but was it really a move for socially responsible investing?
- Woodside goes ahead with $1.2 billion gas project
Woodside and its partners have given the $1.2 billion Persephone LNG project at the North West Shelf off WA’s coast the green light.
- AGL becomes AGL, again….
AGL has regained its AGL ticker code on the ASX.
- Farstad workers strike for shorter roster
Farstad has refused to budge on roster changes called for by the MUA, which led a 24-hour strike against the company yesterday.