More jobs in the Northern Territory’s resources sector are on the away after the government granted Australian energy company Jemena a pipeline licence for the Northern Gas Pipeline project.
Origin Energy has signed two agreements with ENGIE that are set to increase gas supply and energy security in South Australia.
The South Australian Government has released the first round of grants for gas exploration and development projects in the state.
APA Group has signed an agreement with Cooper Energy to develop Gippsland Basin gas projects – bringing new gas supply sources to south east Australia.
Lakes Oil is suing the Victorian Government for $2.7 billion in damages following the state’s ban on gas exploration.
The industry body has expressed support for the Australian Government’s decision to review the petroleum tax system in the country.
With Australia’s budget deficit worsening, following Papua New Guinea’s lead may help us bring in more revenue from natural gas, sooner.
Putting a price on carbon would benefit the Australian gas industry, at least in the short term.
The energy sector is dealing with a complex mix of relationships between consumer trends, global commodity markets, and state, federal and industry regulation.
The COAG Energy Council is implementing new reforms and a major program to further lower emissions and maintain an affordable energy system.
Global power and automation specialist ABB has been contracted to deliver equipment and services for Shell’s Prelude FLNG facility.
Carnarvon Petroleum has fired new market interest with the announcement the company will drill a new appraisal well to test structures north of Port Hedland.
BOC have introduced the BOC Scan to Order mobile app so that customers can order, view pricing and find their closest Gas & Gear store when they are on the go.
The Gorgon Project is set to ship its first cargo of LNG in a matter of weeks, a long awaited milestone for the delayed project.
WA engineering and construction firm Valmec has won a long-term contract worth $24 million for LNG services in Queensland.
Santos has reported its highest annual gas production since 2007, causing a 20c jump in share prices on yesterday’s trade.
Origin Energy’s Australian Pacific LNG plant is expected to export its first cargo of gas tomorrow, when the tanker Methane Spirit is scheduled to leave.
One of Queensland’s largest construction projects has come to a close, as BG Group takes handover of the QCLNG Train 2 from Bechtel Australia and begins commercial LNG operation.
The latest World Energy Outlook has projected a 40 per cent increase in natural gas production by 2040.
The mining slump has sent some Australians looking for investment opportunities overseas. Australian Mining looks at gas plays and assistance offered in north-western USA.