Markets

AIE terminal gets government backing


The New South Wales Government has declared the Port Kembla Gas Terminal (PKGT) as Critical State Significant Infrastructure (CSSI).

The Australian Energy Market Operator’s (AEMO) 2018 Gas Statement of Opportunities (GSOO) Report shows things are looking up for the east coast market.

ExxonMobil Papua New Guinea (PNG) is investigating reports of pipeline vandalism on its Angore gas pipeline construction project.

ExxonMobil is the latest player to consider LNG imports to Australia’s east coast to help alleviate an expected gas shortage in 2021.

Barossa contracts secured


The Barossa-Caldita Joint Venture has made progress on the front end engineering and design (FEED) phase of the Barossa offshore project with the award of three major engineering contracts.

McGowan: bring gas onshore


Western Australia Premier Mark McGowan has called for gas from the offshore Browse and Scarborough gas fields to be processed onshore.

A CK Infrastructure Holdings-led consortium (CKI) has lodged a $13 billion takeover bid for APA Group, owner and operator of some of Australia’s key infrastructure.

The Australian Pacific LNG (APLNG) facility will undergo scheduled maintenance operations in July to September, according to the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO).

Chevron has safely completed modifications on its Gorgon LNG Project Train 2, which was shut down in early May.

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...

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...

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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