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NT growth on the agenda on day one of SEAAOC

Thu, 21 August 2014 The South East Asia Australia Offshore and Onshore Conference kicked off yesterday morning, with keynote speakers including APPEA Advisory Board Chairman Martin Ferguson and Northern Territory Chief Minister Adam Giles addressing a packed crowd at the Darwin Convention Centre.

Geopolitical, production and supply issues among industry trends: Deloitte report

Thu, 21 August 2014 Changes in the oil and gas production mix, shifting degrees of national dominance and demand, and a need for new megaproject management strategies are issues confronting oil and gas producers and resource owners in Australia and throughout the world, according to a new report released by Deloitte Access Economics.

NSW Govt introduces new groundwater monitoring framework

Thu, 21 August 2014 The New South Wales Government has introduced a new framework to map, monitor and protect groundwater resources across the state, which will give the gas industry greater understanding of underground water resources.

NSW conference to focus on eastern energy markets

Thu, 21 August 2014 At the third annual Eastern Australia’s Energy Markets Outlook conference, being held from 16–19 September at the InterContinental Hotel in Sydney, leaders from the length Australia’s energy supply chain will gather to better understand the current issues and discuss the best way forward.

Prelude turret sets sail for Korea

Thu, 21 August 2014 The largest piece of the turret for Shell’s Prelude floating LNG (FLNG) facility has set sail from Dubai for the Samsung Heavy Industries shipyard in Geoje, South Korea, where the facility is under construction.

Chevron suing MUA for $20M over 2012 strike

Thu, 21 August 2014 Chevron is suing the Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) for more than $20 million over illegal strike action which caused delays and cost blowouts at the Gorgon Project in Western Australia in 2012.

Fair Work Act overhaul needed for industry competitiveness: Ferguson

Wed, 20 August 2014 APPEA Advisory Board Chairman Martin Ferguson has argued that an overhaul of the Fair Work Act is up to both political parties, not just his former Labor party, and stressed this must occur in the current Abbott government in order to address Australia’s flailing international competiveness.

Unison needed for continued NT growth: Giles

Wed, 20 August 2014 Northern Territory Chief Minister Adam Giles has urged oil and gas companies such as Santos and ConocoPhillips to work together in order to develop further onshore oil and gas projects in the NT.

APLNG downstream 75 per cent complete, reserves increase

Thu, 7 August 2014 Origin Energy’s Australia Pacific LNG Project is now over 75 per cent complete and on track to deliver first LNG in mid-2015.

Dredging completed at Ichthys

Thu, 7 August 2014 The INPEX-operated Ichthys LNG Project has completed its dredging program in Darwin Harbour, which involved the removal of around 16 MM cubic metres of rock and sand in order to create a deep shipping channel and berthing area for large LNG, LPG and condensate carriers.

BOC announces ten year ethylene sourcing agreement with Qenos

Thu, 7 August 2014 BOC has signed a ten year multi-million dollar ethylene sourcing agreement with Qenos, Australia’s only manufacturer of polyethylene.

NT link still in the pipeline: Giles

Thu, 7 August 2014 Northern Territory Chief Minister Adam Giles has continued his push to develop the Territory’s gas resources, meeting with top corporate leaders in Sydney recently to promote investment in the NT.

Discuss critical east coast gas issues in Sydney

Thu, 7 August 2014 Australia’s energy leaders will meet in Sydney in September to discuss critical issues facing the east coast energy market at the third annual Eastern Australia’s Energy Markets Outlook conference.

Countdown to SEAAOC 2014 in Darwin

Thu, 7 August 2014 The 20th anniversary South East Asia Australia Offshore and Onshore Conference is set to commence in just two weeks’ time at the Darwin Convention Centre.

Fugitive emissions a small fraction of CSG production: CSIRO

Thu, 7 August 2014 A new report from the CSIRO has found fugitive methane emissions from CSG production wells in Australia to be low relative to the volumes of gas produced.

One week until the Australian Lean Construction Conference

Thu, 7 August 2014 The Lean Construction Institute of Western Australia, in collaboration with RFID for Energy, Mining and Construction, invites you to participate in the fourth Australian Lean Construction Conference at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre from 12–14 August 2014.

Gas reservation threatens WA energy security: ERA report

Thu, 31 July 2014 The Economic Regulation Authority (ERA) has warned that Western Australia’s domestic gas reservation (DGR) policy inhibits the long-term development of the state’s gas market.

Reform needed to minimise LNG export impact on manufacturers: report

Thu, 24 July 2014 Rising gas prices under current policy settings will lead to a loss of manufacturing output of approximately $118 billion in net present value terms by 2021, according to a new report by Deloitte Access Economics.

Industry welcomes carbon tax repeal and removal of offshore visa uncertainty

Thu, 24 July 2014 Last week’s passing of the carbon tax repeal legislation has been welcomed by Australia’s resources industry.

Position your company on the East Coast CSG map

Thu, 24 July 2014 The Australian East Coast Unconventional Gas Map, a new map being produced by Australian industry publisher Great Southern Press, will be sent out to subscribers with the next edition of Gas Today magazine, and advertising opportunities are still available.

CSG-generated electricity produces half CO2 of coal

Thu, 24 July 2014 Electricity generated from unconventional natural gas or shale gas results in around half the greenhouse gas emissions compared to that of conventionally produced natural gas or other fuel sources such as coal, according to a new study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Resources professionals to converge in Darwin for SEAAOC 2014

Thu, 24 July 2014 Northern Territory Chief Minister Adam Giles will be addressing the 950 plus attendees at the 20th anniversary South East Asia Australia Offshore Conference, being held at the Darwin Convention Centre on the 19–21 August 2014.

Deep water oil production in the Gulf of Mexico

Thu, 24 July 2014 The water injection process is used in both onshore and offshore oil production, with water deliberately injected into the oil reservoir to prevent a fall in oil pumping pressure, thus increasing oil production efficiency.

Key perspectives on the east coast energy market

Thu, 24 July 2014 With every link in the Australian energy supply chain facing a unique and challenging set of circumstances there is a plethora of views on the outlook for supply and demand of wholesale electricity and gas, the future of renewables in Australia and network and retail regulation – just to name a few.

NationWide Hire appoints Grant Harrison as new CEO

Wed, 16 July 2014 NationWide Hire has promoted Grant Harrison into the role of Chief Executive Officer.

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