Construction has commenced on Origin Energy’s new $640 million, 550 MW gas-fired Mortlake Power Station, which is set to see southwest Victoria develop into a new clean energy hub.

International gas distribution research in final stage


The final meeting of the International Gas Union’s Working Committee 4 (WOC4) Gas Distribution was held in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina from 10–13 March. Sponsored by the Australian Gas Industry...

CSG and water: quenching the industry's thirst


There are a number of current and proposed methods for dealing with the water produced from Australia’s CSG fields. Lyndsie Mewett spoke to CSG producers about their innovative and effective...

Making the link between CSG and water


An integrated regulatory framework is needed when it comes to coal seam gas exploration, production and water extraction. Focusing on the current legislation in New South Wales and Queensland, Brendan...

Lateral thinking – drilling Narrabri CSG


Eastern Star Gas has successfully completed its first multilateral well set as part of the Narrabri CSG Project development, representing an operational first in Australia. Chief Commercial Officer Roland Sleeman...

A field of dreams: Gladstone LNG


Seven LNG projects using coal seam gas as feedstock have been proposed for the Port of Gladstone in Queensland. Lyndsie Mewett outlines the scope of each project and reports on...

Clarke powering up the CSG industry


Clarke Energy provides efficient GE Jenbacher gas engine solutions and complete turnkey solutions for generating clean power from coal seam gas and waste mine coal gases such as coal mine...

CSG communications


Nixon Communications has been providing the gas transmission industry with communications services for 20 years, including the provision of services to a number of coal seam gas projects in Queensland.

Swanbank E – generating growth


Seven years after its commissioning in 2002, CS Energy’s Swanbank E Power Station continues to be one of the most efficient and advanced gas-fired power stations in Australia.

Gas generates mining excitement


The mining sector is well aware of the benefits of gas, with many projects incorporating the lower emissions fuel in their power generation plans. CITIC Pacific Mining’s Sino Iron Project...

A bright future with Braemar 2


On the brink of supplying gas into Queensland’s electricity grid, ERM Power’s 450 MW Braemar 2 Power Station foreshadows the state’s bright future with gas.

FutureGAS 2009 – bringing the gas industry together


The inaugural FutureGAS 2009 Conference & Exhibition offered a great forum for different areas of the gas industry to learn about the latest gas technology and developments.

Arrow: hitting the target with CSG


Arrow Energy has emerged as a major stakeholder in the Australian coal seam gas market, with an enormous recoverable resource base in Queensland. Chief Executive Officer Shaun Scott speaks to...

Driving the gas industry: Ollie Clark


Ollie Clark AM has been involved in the gas industry for more than 50 years, in roles such as General Manager of the South Australian Gas Company and the inaugural...

Reporting and accounting under the CPRS


KPMG’s Andrew King discusses the recognition of climate change as a significant issue as the introduction of the proposed Australian Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme approaches.

Building up your business in an economic downturn


Companies in the renewable energy industry that take a positive approach to marketing in an economic downturn are grabbing an opportunity too good to miss as doing so intelligently will...

Transmission – new challenges


The future of gas transmission looks bright, with booming coal seam gas reserves in Queensland and the development of carbon capture and storage technologies necessitating major new investment in pipeline...

Compressing QGP


Enerflex has been contracted by Jemena Asset Management to engineer, procure, construct and commission two 3.9 MW compressor stations at Banana and Rolleston, Queensland as part of the Queensland Gas...

Used oil analysis on gas engines


Used oil analysis can be a powerful tool for maintenance teams involved with power generation engines to assess the condition of their gas engine equipment assets, while also providing a...

CLRS: a revolution in real-time


Coretrack is developing a Core Level Recorder System, set to revolutionise definitive and real-time information about core sample capture and reduce exploration expenditure for the gas industry.

Challenging calibration at Łódz


Australian-based distributor AMS Instrumentation & Calibration supplies calibration equipment and industrial instrumentation, representing some of the world's leading manufacturers in the field, such as Beamex, which has had success with...

Gas detection to the Max XT


BW Technologies by Honeywell‘s compact GasAlertMax XT gas detector features an integrated sampling pump and simultaneously monitors for hydrogen sulphide, carbon monoxide, oxygen and combustibles.

Australia’s gas sector: navigating the road to success


The natural gas industry has undergone significant change over the past ten years and will continue to do so as the sector evolves. The introduction of the Carbon Pollution Reduction...

Colongra cruises along


Alstom is currently completing construction of the Colongra Gas Turbine, which is set to provide peaking power to 600,000 homes in the Munmorah region, New South Wales.

In contact with underground gas storage


Contact Energy is currently injecting gas underground as part of the Ahuroa Gas Storage Project, designed to aid the company’s new peaking plant at Stratford, located onshore Taranaki, New Zealand.

Addressing the future of NZ gas


New Zealand Minister of Energy and Resources Gerry Brownlee spoke with Gas Today about the country’s gas reserves, the impact of climate change, and the future of the nation’s gas...

New Zealand - the land of the long white gas


Although the last major land mass to be discovered, New Zealand certainly has not been left behind when it comes to gas. With exploration surging ahead, gas-fired power generation on...

The world is your oyster at SEAAOC 2009


The IIR’s 15th annual South East Asia Australia Offshore Conference, to take place in Darwin between 9 and 11 September 2009, is set to provide a tide of opportunity as...

The new world: APPEA 2009 sets sail


The upcoming Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association (APPEA) 2009 Conference & Exhibition in Darwin will explore the theme ‘New FroNTiers’. Gas Today will be among the industry representatives exhibiting...

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