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Hydrogen a key driver: Finkel


Australia’s Chief Scientist, Dr Alan Finkel, has thrown his support behind hydrogen at the launch of the Australian Council of Learned Academies' (ACOLA) The role of energy storage in Australia’s future energy mix report this week.

The Australian Gas Industry Trust (AGIT) is offering up to five successful applicants the opportunity to attend the International Gas Union’s (IGU) 27th World Gas Conference (WGC) to be held from 25-29 June 2018 in Washington, D.C., US.

Santos has moved to dismiss rumours circulating that it is in discussions with an overseas consortium about a possible takeover.

An independent review of the Waitsia gas field estimates gross 2P reserves of 811 PJ, 78 per cent higher than AWE’s previous reserves estimate in June.

Rig secured for Dorado-1


Quadrant Northwest has signed a contract with ENSCO Australia to drill the Dorado-1 exploration well in WA-437-P in the North West Shelf, offshore Western Australia.

Equus destined for domestic market


Privately owned Australian company, Western Gas, has acquired 100 per cent of the Equus Gas Project on the North West Shelf, offshore Western Australia.

Shell’s Australian subsidiary, Shell Energy Holdings Australia Limited, will sell its 13.28 per cent stake in Woodside Energy for US$2.7 billion (AU$3.5 billion).

The Woodside-operated North West Shelf (NWS) export facility suffered a partial outage last week according to Reuters.

The INPEX–operated Ichthys LNG Project has initiated the start-up of its gas turbine generators at its onshore power plant near Darwin, Northern Territory.

Top gas executives and energy experts weigh in on oil price debate


Gas Today asks gas executives and energy experts why the low oil prices will not reverse the Australian gas industry’s progress over the last few years.

Key to LNG success in Australia is collaboration: John Anderson


Asia Pacific’s dizzying levels of growth are expected to fuel Australia’s LNG sector but collaboration is crucial if gas exploration and production companies in Australia are to capitalise on the...

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...

Exploring the changing role of human factors in oil and gas incidents


With safety professionals’ understanding of accidents, risk and safety changing, human error is no longer seen as a cause, but as a symptom.

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