The Australian Government has released over 120,000 square kilometres of acreage to be explored by oil and gas companies.
Woodside Energy has revealed its ambitious growth plans including an intention to ramp up LNG supply and innovation in response to “fierce global competition.”
Woodside Energy has awarded a contract to Boskalis Australia to undertake seabed intervention and shore crossing works for the proposed Scarborough export gas pipeline in Western Australia.
The CSIRO has provided further evidence surrounding the climate benefits of using gas in place of coal to generate electricity.
Santos has received approval for the first environmental management plan (EMP) that has been awarded for onshore shale gas exploration in the Northern Territory since a fracking ban was lifted last year.
Queensland has set a record in metallurgical and thermal coal exports in June with 21.43 million tonnes of the commodity sent from the state.
Jemena has commenced construction of the Atlas gas pipeline south-west of Wandoan, Queensland.
The Queensland Government has given the green light to a joint venture between Santos and Shell, and for Bridgeport Energy to start gas exploration in the Surat Basin to boost future gas supply.
Doris Engineering Australia has been awarded contracts with Tier 2 oil and gas operators based in Perth.
Shell’s first shipment of liquified natural gas (LNG) from the Prelude floating LNG facility offshore Western Australia has set sail.
Woodside Energy has extended the gas turnaround at its Pluto LNG facility in Western Australia, with restart of production now targeted for the end of June.
The Queensland Government has increased the rate of royalty taxes on petroleum by 25 per cent as part of its 2019 state budget.
Santos has revealed the Dorado-2 appraisal well has confirmed a major oil and gas resource in the Bedout Basin, offshore Western Australia.
Cooper Energy is continuing to grow its gas contract portfolio with the announcement of a new supply agreement with AGL Energy.
Liquified natural gas (LNG) now dominates Australia’s petroleum production due to high demand from Asia, according to energy advisory firm EnergyQuest.
The Queensland Government has continued to drive national gas policy, awarding companies permission to explore energy rich land in the state.
Perth is the only Australian city to be admitted into the World Energy Cities Partnership, which signifies Western Australia’s continual growth as a world energy leader.
Valmec has been awarded a contract with Jemena for facility construction works at the Atlas gas project in South West Queensland.
Woodside Petroleum has awarded four contracts for front-end engineering design activities for the proposed Scarborough gas project in Western Australia.
Alcoa has secured gas supply agreements with three leading producers that will cover 25 per cent of its requirements in Western Australia from 2020.