Welcome to Gas Today’s official LNG 18 Conference and Exhibition edition.

Energy solution so close, yet so far away


One the conundrums of eastern Australia’s energy story this decade is how a major new gas export industry has been developed at the same time that domestic gas supply is...

What does COP21 mean for the natural gas industry?


COP21 has been and gone, but the ramifications of the freshly minted Paris Agreement are being felt in the broader energy sphere – no less so in the natural gas...

Arbitrate today: trends in international arbitration


International arbitration remains the preferred method of dispute resolution for cross-border disputes rather than transnational litigation. In the gas industry arbitration has been the first choice for...

Lighting up the north


Gas operator Jemena closed 2015 with a bang, cinching the coveted operator contract for the 626 km Northern Gas Pipeline, one of the biggest gas infrastructure projects in recent history....

Australia’s land access new frontier


Queensland GasFields Commissioner John Cotter has recently completed a stocktake of the construction of the three export pipelines in Queensland, and has gathered some key lessons about oil and gas...

A new age for contractors


Born and bred in Melbourne, Scott Cummins has travelled the world for the past 30 years as an executive for a world-leading offshore services provider. Now, he has returned to...

Graduating in gas


What is it like to graduate as a gas industry professional in 2016? Gas Today speaks to fresh engineering graduate Robert Murray on the opportunities the natural gas industry offers...

GPA Engineering wins NEGI contract


GPA Engineering has been selected by Jemena to design the 623 km, $800 million Northern Gas Pipeline from Tennant Creek in the Northern Territory to Mt Isa in Queensland.

AWS scores top marks with Achilles


Australian Well Servicing (AWS) achieved a major milestone in March 2016, with the industry newcomer receiving an impressive result from global industry auditor Achilles.

Minister's welcome to LNG 18 Conference


The 18th International Conference and Exhibition on liquefied natural gas will see industry leaders, 5,000 participants and over 250 exhibitors from 60 countries descend...

PNG to host new LNG export project


An upcoming project in Papua New Guinea has been christened ‘Papua LNG’ in recognition of the importance that the Gulf and Central provinces play in the resources development of PNG.

At a glance: Australia's LNG industry


The formal commissioning of numerous LNG projects has kickstarted a year of positive developments for the sector.

Germany’s gas and renewables integration: what can we learn?


The conversion of renewable energy into gas is an exciting new technology, currently making ground in European markets. Gas Today speaks to the Chairman of the German Technical and Scientific...

Australia’s gas exploration and production opportunities


With international LNG exports and domestic consumption increasing the demand for Australian gas, significant opportunities exist for the local sector. Gas Today takes a look at what will be driving...

QGC’s Charlie: A vote of confidence in Queensland


QGC’s AU$1.7 billion Charlie development in the Surat Basin represents a significant new investment for Queensland’s gas industry, following the successful start-up of the state’s three LNG production facilities in...

Commercialising Arrow's mammoth CSG reserves


In late 2015, production challenges led to Arrow Energy’s decision to delay its upstream Bowen Basin development. Now, all eyes are on what the company will do with its massive...

Lessons to be learned from cost overruns


While Australia’s LNG projects have faced various delays and cost overruns, compared with other megaprojects these have been relatively minor for Queensland’s three LNG projects. University of Queensland Associate Professor...

McConnell Dowell completes NT pipeline and facilities work


A critical part of developing the Northern Territory’s gas infrastructure network has been connecting the Ichthys Project to existing gas facilities in the Territory.

Good things come in small packages


The recent opening of the small but mighty $13.9 million Wadeye Gas-Fired Power Station, located in the Northern Territory, has been praised by locals who had grown tired of the...

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