Tue, 27 January 2015
The Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association (APPEA) said the Productivity Commission's review of Australia's workplace relations provides an opportunity for much-needed reform of a system that is failing the national interest.
Fri, 23 January 2015
Santos has recorded strong sales revenue in its fourth-quarter report, reflecting the successful ramp-up of production from the PNG LNG project as well as higher Cooper Basin production.
Wed, 21 January 2015
The fourth annual Argus Australia and Global LNG Markets 2015 conference will examine the impact of changing supply and demand fundamentals on the global LNG market and the Australian east coast domestic gas market.
Wed, 21 January 2015
International Gas Union (IGU) President Jérôme Ferrier has officially invited delegates to an agenda setting event as the Early Bird registration deadline – which was recently extended to 6 February 2015 – approaches.
Wed, 21 January 2015
Defining the "what" in safety is not too difficult – so why is implementing an effective safety management program a whole different challenge? With almost every major incident that has occurred over the years, investigations have shown that the management teams generally knew what needed to be done to manage safety risks – but the big failure was on delivery.
Wed, 21 January 2015
Is your company an emerging gas leader? Or do you know an inspirational thought leader currently making waves in Australia’s gas industry? You could submit yourself or your nominated choice for inclusion in the third edition of Australia’s Gas Leaders.
Mon, 19 January 2015
ExxonMobil PNG Limited, operator of the PNG LNG Project, and the government of Papua New Guinea have reached an agreement to supply up to 20 million cubic feet a day of domestic natural gas for 20 years to support government plans to improve the capacity and reliability of the country’s power supply.
Mon, 19 January 2015
The LNG industry celebrated its 50th birthday in 2014, but while the industry may have matured, global mining research and consultancy Wood Mackenzie found in its annual review that Asian LNG demand was much lower than expected.
Thu, 15 January 2015
Strike Energy has suspended operations at its Le Chiffre and Klebb CSG wells, as part of the Southern Cooper Basin Gas Project in South Australia’s PEL 96, as a result of localised flooding in the basin.
Wed, 14 January 2015
What is the future for the Sunrise gas field? What is the latest on maritime boundary discussions between Timor-Leste and Australia? What exploration and business opportunities are available in this young nation?
Tue, 13 January 2015
In case you missed news of this development over the Christmas break, all gas activities in NSW will now require an environment protection licence from the NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA).
Mon, 12 January 2015
Business information analysts IBISWorld expects 2015 to be a boom year for coal seam extraction, with online grocery sales, fast fashion, private equity and hydroponic crop farming also expected to soar in the coming year.
Thu, 8 January 2015
Over the Christmas break, APA Group announced that it was looking for expressions of interest for additional capacity on its South West Queensland Pipeline as it explores additional expansion options to further enhance services on the SWQP and the east coast grid.
Wed, 7 January 2015
The departure on 5 January, 2015 of the first LNG tanker from Queensland’s Gladstone Harbour marked the start of Australia’s dramatic transition to being the world’s largest supplier of this critically important energy source.
Mon, 5 January 2015
The Australian Gas Industry Trust (AGIT) is offering five successful applicants the opportunity to be part of the AGIT delegation attending the International Gas Union’s 26th World Gas Conference and Technical Visit to be held from 1 to 5 June 2015 in Paris, France.
Thu, 18 December 2014
Between increasing demand for natural gas from the Asia Pacific market, the proposed pipeline between the Northern Territory and the east coast gas grid and the ramifications of the falling oil prices, there has been no shortage of news to report.
Wed, 17 December 2014
The Giles Government has received 14 expressions of interest from companies interested in building the proposed gas pipeline linking the Northern Territory to the East Coast gas grid.
Tue, 16 December 2014
The Council of Australian Governments' Energy Council has agreed on a clear vision to manage the unprecedented changes in Australia's gas market, including increased cooperation on common issues when bringing on new sources of supply like coal seam gas.
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