A new alliance of 50 groups have joined forces to campaign against mining activities near Sydney’s drinking water catchment area.
Western Australian Premier Colin Barnett said he has failed the people of his state following Woodside’s decision to develop the Browse Basin through floating LNG technology.
Oil and gas company Metgasco have been slammed for a letter sent to schools in NSW offering to send its staff members in to talk to students.
A new $21 million energy training centre in Gladstone is set to provide opportunities for locals to break into the region’s LNG job market.
Bechtel said a case of suspected sabotage on the QCLNG site has not delayed the construction of three LNG plants on Curtis Island.
The gas and oil industry have launched an advertising blitz and are calling on the public to sign a petition to lobby the government for better policies.
Fortescue Metals Group are planning on cutting operational costs in the Pilbara by building a gas pipeline to link its Solomon and Chichester iron ore mines.
Curtin University’s Brent McInnes explains the upcoming crisis as we run out of helium, a gas that we may see the end of before 2014.
Hundreds of Illawarra residents gathered at Mount Kembla at the weekend to remember the 96 men and boys who died in the nation’s biggest mining disaster.
The peak body for Australia’s oil and gas industry has warned the next wave of investment in projects may not materialise unless serious policy reforms are undertaken.
Despite lowering full-year production estimates Santos have recorded an eight per cent hike in revenue for the June quarter.
Woodside have announced a revenue drop in the second quarter of the year as unexpected outages lowered production.
Resources Minister Gary Gray wants more exploration of Australia’s natural gas reserves, warning that competition from Russia and Africa could threaten export into Asia.
The gas industry has warned that the eastern states will suffer from sky rocketing gas prices in the coming years unless measures are taken to increase investment in the sector.
A battle is building over the Federal government’s push to for the development of Woodside’s multi-billion-dollar Browse gasfield through FLNG, with West Australian Premier Colin Barnett opposed.
Santos and Drillsearch Energy have formed a joint venture to fast-track the Western Cooper Gas Project.
Santos GLNG and QGC today signed an agreement that will see them share gas infrastructure, reducing supply risks to both of the Curtis Island LNG projects.
Shell say their Prelude floating LNG project will contribute $45 billion to the Australian economy over the life of the project $12 billion of which would be tax payments.
Shell said the development of the world’s first ever floating LNG project is taking shape, with the company confident production will begin in 2016.
Mining giant GVK is going ahead with its $10.6 billion planned projects west of Rockhampton despite concerns the gas boom will jeopardise coal.