The Northern Territory Government is investing $250,000 in a feasibility study to assess the potential of developing a second liquefied natural gas (LNG) train at ConocoPhillips’ Darwin LNG facility.
Woodside Energy, together with GE, have signed an agreement to support the use of LNG as a key fuel source in Western Australia.
Woodside Energy, together with Rio Tinto and BHP, are taking part in a joint study to assess the viability of using LNG-fuelled iron ore bulk carriers.
The Queensland Government has released land for gas exploration in the Surat Basin, under strict conditions that the gas produced is sold in Australia.
Engineering company EnerMech has acquired oil and gas electrical services supplier EPS Group in Australia and the Americas.
Queensland has recorded a $1.6 billion increase in exports, driven by the rising value of hard coking coal and liquefied natural gas exports.
Perth-based company Oxair Gas Systems has secured a contract to maintain the nitrogen generator plant on-board Shell’s Prelude floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) facility.
JKC Australia LNG has confirmed there will be approximately 145 worker redundancies at the Ichthys project in Darwin.
Emerson has secured a contract with Shell Australia to provide automation maintenance and reliability services for their Prelude Floating Liquefied Natural Gas (FLNG) facility.
Woodside has entered an agreement to acquire half of BHP Billiton’s Scarborough area assets in the Canarvon Basin, in offshore Western Australia.
Victoria’s ban on fracking will have far ranging impacts on the state’s energy security.
Woodside is looking to recommence their abandoned Browse LNG project after it was halted in March.
Santos has announced a write-down of US$1.5 billion on its GLNG asset.
Gorgon’s second processing line is expected to produce LNG by October and the Third train by April next year, Chevron says.
Workers at the Gorgon LNG project were forced to down tools following a gas leak at the Acid Gas Removal Unit.
Blame is being flung between UGL and its client over ongoing delays at the Ichthys SMP and CCPP projects, and may result in a $200 million legal claim.
Josh Frydenberg’s speech at Energy Networks 2016 Energy in Transition Conference.
Chevron’s Gorgon LNG project has resumed operations, nearly two months after stopping production.
The US$54 billion Gorgon LNG project is set to recommence following the repair of mechanical problems.
The Australian gas market is undergoing significant structural change. Remarkably, just a decade ago low levels of production and exploration saw plans advanced to import gas from Papua New Guinea. Wind the clock forward to today, and Australia is on the cusp of becoming the world’s largest LNG exporter, having seen more than $200 billion invested … Continue reading Time to Reform Australia’s Gas Market [opinion]