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.
Venice Energy could push forward development of its LNG import project in order to match the expected start dates of its competitors.
Wärtsilä has signed an agreement with NiuPower to be responsible for the operation and maintenance of the Port Moresby Power Station, a clean-burning natural gas power plant in Papua New Guinea.
Victoria could face gas shortages in the early 2020s, with potential export controls likely to exacerbate this problem, according to AGL Energy.
Jemena has completed all pipeline mechanical works on the Northern Gas Pipeline (NGP).
The Australian Government has agreed to provide funds of up to $2 million to Energy World Corporation (EWC) subsidiary Australian Gasfields as part of its Gas Acceleration Program.
ExxonMobil could begin drilling its massive Dory prospect in Bass Strait this week, in what could be one of the largest gas discoveries seen in the region for decades.
Esso Deepwater Gippsland, a subsidiary of ExxonMobil, has commenced a new offshore gas exploration drilling program in the Gippsland Basin.
Santos has begun operating a fourth rig in the Cooper Basin to further exploration for natural 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.
AGL Energy is pushing ahead with a planned LNG import terminal despite competition from other projects, according to AGL CEO Andy Vesney.
Two thirds of the Sole Gas Project have been completed in a big financial year for Cooper Energy.
The New South Wales Government has declared the Port Kembla Gas Terminal (PKGT) as Critical State Significant Infrastructure (CSSI).
The Australian Energy Market Operator's (AEMO) 2018 Gas Statement of Opportunities (GSOO) Report shows things are looking up for the east coast market.
ExxonMobil Papua New Guinea (PNG) is investigating reports of pipeline vandalism on its Angore gas pipeline construction project.
ExxonMobil is the latest player to consider LNG imports to Australia's east coast to help alleviate an expected gas shortage in 2021.
The Barossa-Caldita Joint Venture has made progress on the front end engineering and design (FEED) phase of the Barossa offshore project with the award of three major engineering contracts.
Chevron Australia has begun LNG production from the second train at the Wheatstone Project, located 12 km west of Onslow in Western Australia.
Western Australia Premier Mark McGowan has called for gas from the offshore Browse and Scarborough gas fields to be processed onshore.
A CK Infrastructure Holdings-led consortium (CKI) has lodged a $13 billion takeover bid for APA Group, owner and operator of some of Australia's key infrastructure.
Cooper Energy has drilled the Sole-3 gas well to a total depth (TD) and intersected the reservoir, recording gas observations consistent with pre-drill expectations.
APA Group has entered into a Development Agreement (DA) and a 20 year Gas Transportation Agreement (GTA) with AGL for the Crib Point Pakenham Pipeline (CPPP).
Chevron has safely completed modifications on its Gorgon LNG Project Train 2, which was shut down in early May.
Expansion works have commenced at Lochard Energy's Iona Gas Plant in Port Campbell, Victoria, which will enable underground gas storage at the plant.
The Australian Pacific LNG (APLNG) facility will undergo scheduled maintenance operations in July to September, according to the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO).
Queensland's $56 billion resource industry continues to outperform other states in exploration activity, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics.