A breakdown on how the major commodities have performed this year, and which are shaking off the slump, and those still in a trough.
Wood Mackenzie breaks down the latest developments in FLNG, and trends ahead for the industry.
Today’s infographic explains how oil is formed, while also covering some of oil’s uses and history. It also mentions an alternate theory on how oil is formed.
The impact of mining is felt well beyond its own boundaries, and has even changed – or to some ruined – the face of modern music.
Some of the largest mining companies in the world have called for companies, including those in the oil and gas industry, to stop mining in World Heritage Sites.
Drone pilots are reportedly earning as, much or even more than, regular aircraft pilots for operating in northern WA’s mining, oil, and gas sectors.
Victoria’s ban on fracking will have far ranging impacts on the state’s energy security.
When it comes to conserving the world’s oceans, bigger isn’t necessarily better. Globally, there has been an increasing trend towards placing very large marine reserves in remote regions. While these reserves help to meet some conservation targets, we don’t know if they are achieving their ultimate goal of protecting the diversity of life. In 2002, … Continue reading Oil, gas and marine parks really can coexist in our oceans – here’s how
Santos has announced a write-down of US$1.5 billion on its GLNG asset.
Scientists at the University of Maryland, have discovered a new kind of fire dubbed the “blue whirl” set to improve the clean-up of oil spills.
Australian based company V2H International is launching a new environmentally safe jetting technology for the oil and gas industry. This will come after the completion of a merger between technology group Coal Bed Methane Innovations (a spin off company of CRC Mining) and Zero Radius Laterals, with the technology suitable for both surface and underground … Continue reading New fracking alternative technology to be released
Crude oil is the world’s most actively traded commodity, and oil-related trades are a staple for traders, hedgers, investors around the globe. This infographic examines where trading begin, and where it may head.
Workers at the Gorgon LNG project were forced to down tools following a gas leak at the Acid Gas Removal Unit.
An infographic outlining why, and how, oil prices fluctuate.
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.
A mini bus collided with a stationary elevated work platform at the Ichthys project onshore LNG facility in Bladin Point, Darwin on Monday.
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.
Stanford University has announced it will not divest its stakes in fossil fuel companies. The university’s board of trustees had formerly pledged to divest its coal mining company stocks that lay within its US$18.7 billion worth of holdings. At the time the group said it had acted within its own guidelines on investments regarding whether … Continue reading Stanford backflips on fossil fuel divestment
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]