Oil & Gas

News

  • Gorgon expansion to deliver jobs spike for WA

    April 16, 2018
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    Chevron’s next expansion of the Gorgon liquefied natural gas (LNG) project offshore Western Australia’s north-west coast is expected to deliver a welcome jobs boost for the state.
  • PNG LNG production restarts early following earthquake

    April 13, 2018
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    Production at the PNG LNG project in Papua New Guinea has resumed following the temporary shutdown of operations caused by the severe earthquake that struck the country in February.
  • Santos secures QLD exploration rights

    April 09, 2018
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    Santos has gained rights to explore for more gas near Injune in Queensland’s south-west.
  • Mitsui declares AWE takeover offer unconditional

    April 05, 2018
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    Mitsui & Co., one of Japan’s ‘big five’ sogo shosha (trading houses), has released a statement declaring its takeover offer of Australian oil and gas company AWE is now unconditional,…
  • Harbour Energy plans to acquire Santos for $13.5bn

    April 03, 2018
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    Oil and gas giant Harbour Energy has announced an unsolicited all-cash offer to buy 100 per cent of Australian independent Santos for $6.50 a share, representing $13.5 billion in total.
  • Senex granted petroleum lease for Project Atlas

    March 29, 2018
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    Senex Energy has announced that it has been granted a petroleum lease and associated environmental approvals from the Queensland Government for the development of Project Atlas in the Surat Basin.

Features

Resources

  • The K Factor – Aptane Has It Covered

    February 15, 2017
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    This case study shows how choosing the right insulation for LNG pipelines is key to making sure you have the most efficient cost effective insulation for your project. Download this whitepaper by filling in your details in the form below. 
  • Rail Survey – The Importance Of Staying On Track

    February 15, 2017
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    This whitepaper discusses the problems caused by uneven crane rails, non-tracking related crane runway issues and physical signs of crane rail and wheel wear. Rail surveys are remote control operated to avoid dangerous work near the runway tracks. They reduce downtime by identifying problems upfront and is only required as problems arise, which in turn saves more time. To download the whitepaper, fill in your details in the form below.
  • The Radar Sensor For Liquids VEGAPULS 64

    January 31, 2017
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    In some industries, the specific safety requirements go far beyond what is prescribed by TÜV or national laws. Especially great is the need for safety in the petroleum processing industry, for example in storing liquid gas in spherical tanks. This whitepaper shows that thanks to the powerful signal focusing of the new VEGAPULS 64, new areas of application for non-contact radar measurement technology are now opening up.