Monika Hausenblas, Royal Dutch Shell’s Executive Vice President Safety & Environment has been named Chair of the International Association of Oil & Gas Producers
Standard & Poor’s has downgraded BHP’s credit rating as commodity prices continue to slump, with more companies expected to follow.
The QCLNG gas liquefaction plant will soon come under the control of Royal Dutch Shell following shareholder agreement for the takeover of BG Group.
Lego has developed a new mining set, a fully operational bucket wheel excavator.
Monadelphous has landed one of the best maintenance contracts in Australian LNG, looking after Shell Australia’s Prelude FLNG project.
The ACCC’s chairman has raised concerns about Royal Dutch Shell’s $70 billion takeover of BG Group worsening east coast gas availability and prices.
The construction of Shell’s $12 billion Prelude project is on track, with the floating facility marking a number of milestones.
Major energy companies have used the World Gas Forum have announced their intention to exit coal markets and lessen their exposure to oil, focusing more on their gas assets.
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Oilfield supply chain provider ASCO has won the contract for logistics services to the Shell Prelude floating LNG project.
Oil and gas giant Shell has made a massive takeover bid for BG Group, which will include the company’s QCLNG plant on Curtis Island.
Shell’s Australian chairman said companies need to get smarter in the way they deal with activism to ensure future projects are not hamstrung by waves of protests.
BHP has ended years of uncertainty following its commitment this week to support floating LNG processing off Scarborough, in Western Australia.
Woodside petroleum will carry out a massive US$ 2.68 billion buyback of 78.3 million shares from Shell.
A $100 million deal has just been signed for the construction of a new, state-of-the-art fibre optic cable between Darwin and Port Hedland.
BHP Billiton has appointed British businessman and former Shell executive Malcolm Brinded to its board.
Major energy companies including Shell and QGC are calling for industrial relations reform, claiming Australia is set to lose investment dollars to low cost nations like Canada and Mozambique.
A decision on whether to go ahead with a fourth LNG plant on Curtis Island is more than a year off as oil giant Shell confirms it will delay making any major financial investment decisions in 2014.
Shell has sold its stake in the Chevron-operated Wheatstone LNG project for $US1.13 billion as it looks to refocus its investments amid massive profit downgrades.
Arrow Energy is set to cull its workforce with more than 250 jobs on the line.