LNG

  • NWS signs gas deal with Browse, Chevron

    The Woodside Petroleum-led North West Shelf Joint Venture (JV) has signed agreements to process gas from third-parties.

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  • APA Chairman addresses takeover

    APA Group Chairman Michael Fraser believes the company’s sustained growth and returns for shareholders are what caught the attention of the CK Consortium.

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  • INPEX ships first Ichthys cargo

    INPEX has shipped its first cargo from the Ichthys LNG Project’s onshore gas liquefaction plant in Darwin, Northern Territory. 

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  • Gas flows under budget and ahead of schedule

    Gas production has commenced at the Woodside Petroleum-operated Greater Western Flank Phase 2 Project, under budget and ahead of schedule.

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  • Woodside’s Scarborough plan excites BHP

    BHP is reportedly excited by joint venture partner Woodside Petroleum’s plans to develop the Scarborough gas field.

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  • ACCC increases gas industry transparency

    The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has started publishing LNG netback prices to improve price transparency for east coast gas users.

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  • AGL gas projects threatened by bureaucracy

    AGL’s Interim CEO Brett Redman says the collapse of the National Energy Guarantee (NEG) has affected the company’s development of new gas fired power stations in NSW, while its Crib Point LNG terminal in Victoria could be delayed by a state government-led environmental assessment of the project and its associated pipeline.

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  • QLD could struggle to meet long-term CSG contracts

    APLNG Chief Executive Warwick King has stated that accessing the state’s coal seam gas reserves is proving to be a bigger challenge than anticipated.

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  • China-US tariff dispute could be win for Australian LNG

    Australian LNG exporters are expected to reap the benefits from the ongoing tariff war between China and the US after China announced plans to levy a 10 per cent duty on US LNG imports from September 24.

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  • Cooper signs new gas sales agreement with Origin

    Cooper Energy has secured a new gas sales contract for its Casino Henry Joint Venture (JV) with Origin Energy.

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  • Venice to push ahead LNG project to match rivals

    Venice Energy could push forward development of its LNG import project in order to match the expected start dates of its competitors.

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  • Government gas deal on the cards

    Following meetings with Federal Resources Minister Matt Canavan in Canberra yesterday, gas producers are expected to extend a deal offering uncontracted gas for domestic use before export.

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  • ACCC gives green light to APA acquisition

    The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) will not oppose the acquisition of APA Group by the Hong Kong-based CK Consortium.

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  • APPEA wants more gas not export controls

    An increase in local gas supply, not proposed export controls, is what will lower domestic gas prices, according to Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association (APPEA) Chief Executive Dr Malcolm Roberts.

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  • Wood Mackenzie predicts huge gas price increase

    Wood Mackenzie has warned gas prices on Australia’s east coast could rise by up to 70 per cent over the next decade.

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  • AGL warns of 2020s Victorian gas shortfall

    Victoria could face gas shortages in the early 2020s, with potential export controls likely to exacerbate this problem, according to AGL Energy.

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  • Shell commits to gas in Australia

    Shell Energy Australia has reiterated the company’s commitment to natural gas in combination with its interest in renewable energy development.

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  • APGA ready to work with new minister

    The Australian Pipelines and Gas Association (APGA) has welcomed the appointment of the new Federal Minister for Energy Angus Taylor, saying it looks forward to working with the new minister to improve policy.

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  • Santos acquires Quadrant

    Santos will purchase 100 per cent of Quadrant Energy at a price of $2.92 billion.

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  • Santos develops fourth Cooper rig

    Santos has begun operating a fourth rig in the Cooper Basin to further exploration for natural gas.

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  • Barikewa-3 well strikes gas

    Joint venture (JV) partners Santos, Oil Search and Cue have discovered a significant gas resource in the Barikewa-3 well in Papua New Guinea.

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  • AGL import terminal gets green light

    AGL Energy is pushing ahead with a planned LNG import terminal despite competition from other projects, according to AGL CEO Andy Vesney.

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  • Sole Gas Project on track in big year for Cooper

    Two thirds of the Sole Gas Project have been completed in a big financial year for Cooper Energy.

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  • ACCC: more gas required to lower prices

    The government and the gas industry must take action to increase gas supply to the domestic market in order to lower prices, according to a new report from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC).

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  • Galilee shows potential

    The Australian reported exploration in the region, which is yet to have any commercial gas reserves proved up, has seen pipeline operators begin preliminary talks to build connectors to the east coast grid. Companies currently exploring the region include Galilee Energy, Vintage Energy and Comet Ridge, which recently reported that they believed the expanse showed significant potential. The news comes after Venice Energy predicted new gas shortages on the east coast could emerge as early as the middle of 2019,…

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  • Ichthys begins production

    Operator and majority stakeholder INPEX Corporation announced today that the giant LNG project has begun operations, which is expected to run for approximately 40 years. The gas produced will be gathered at the Ichthys Explorer processing facility where it will be separated into gases and liquids. From there, the liquids will be piped to the nearby floating storage facility, while the gases are transported to the onshore liquification plant in Darwin via the 890 km Gas Export Pipeline. The project,…

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