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The importance of regular flue gas analysis

Thu, 18 September 2014 The term 'flue gas' refers to the hot gas emissions that are generated during the combustion process and emitted via a building's chimney or flue.

Domestic gas conference returns to Sydney in March 2015

Thu, 18 September 2014 The 3rd annual Australian Domestic Gas Outlook 2015 conference will take place next year, from the 23 – 26 March in Sydney, and will be a significant meeting place for senior industry stakeholders. The conference will bring together state and federal government policy makers, regulators and a number of industry representatives; from upstream to transmission, distribution to end users.

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Federal Government’s Productivity Commission investigates gas market barriers

Thu, 18 September 2014 The Federal Government’s Productivity Commission has commenced a research paper examining the existing barriers to the development of more efficient gas markets.

WA Government’s EPA conflict of interest procedures causes concern for project approvals

Thu, 18 September 2014 The Western Australian Government has introduced legislation to validate environmental approvals, following a review of the Environmental Protection Authority’s (EPA) conflict of interest procedures.

State Government approves Arrow’s EIS for Bowen Gas Project

Thu, 18 September 2014 Arrow Energy’s environmental impact statement (EIS) for its Bowen Gas Project in central Queensland has been approved by the State Government, following the recent announcement that front-end engineering and design (FEED) work had commenced on the project, with the Clough AMEC joint venture awarded the $A70 million contract.

Macfarlane criticises NSW gas resource development

Thu, 18 September 2014 Federal Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane has criticised the New South Wales Government’s gas development moratoriums and ongoing regulatory change as damaging to future investment opportunities in the state.

Macfarlane’s push for national gas grid

Thu, 4 September 2014 Federal Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane has given the strongest indication yet that the federal government is open to developing a national gas grid, commenting that such a development could help avoid a potential gas shortage on the east coast.

Jemena to upgrade gas networks in North Ryde, Botany and Randwick

Wed, 3 September 2014 Jemena is planning a major project to upgrade the gas network in North Ryde by installing a new Primary Regulation Station (PRS) to replace the existing PRS, as well as in Botany and Randwick.

New oil and gas discoveries needed to reverse investment slide: EnergyQuest

Wed, 3 September 2014 The boom in oil and gas investment that insulated Australia from the global financial crisis is fading fast and there are few signs of new projects on the horizon, according to EnergyQuest’s August quarterly report.

Last Santos GLNG module completed

Wed, 3 September 2014 The last of the modules for the Santos GLNG Project has left Batangas in the Philippines, where it was being constructed, bound for Curtis Island off the coast of Queensland.

Discuss opportunities and threats facing gas security for east coast domestic markets

Wed, 3 September 2014 Australia’s energy leaders will meet in Sydney in two weeks’ time to discuss critical issues facing the east coast energy market at the third annual Eastern Australia’s Energy Markets Outlook conference.

Oil and gas sector only resource area to show increase in female employees

Wed, 3 September 2014 The resource industry’s national gender diversity initiative, the Australian Women in Resources Alliance, has called for greater efforts to increase the number of women in male-dominated roles, following a recent decline in women's workforce participation.

Easternwell secures $39 million in new contracts

Wed, 3 September 2014 Transfield Services subsidiary Easternwell has secured five new contracts and contract extensions for its camp management services worth $39 million throughout the Surat and Cooper Basins with organisations including Drillsearch, Beach Petroleum and Weatherford Camps.

Melbourne mining event to feature industry heavyweights

Wed, 3 September 2014 The International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) held from 22 to 26 September in Melbourne is where 2000+ Australian and international mining leaders, policy makers, financiers, technical experts, innovators and educators are brought together under one roof. IMARC is also now the new home of Mines and Money Australia.

Vermeer appoints new face to head its mining and energy operations

Wed, 3 September 2014 Vermeer Australia has appointed Simon Coles as its Director Operations, Mining and Energy to spearhead further diversification in Australia’s mining and energy industries.

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.


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