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Australia’s LNG exports are forecast to grow 22.6 per cent in the current 2017-2018 financial year (FY18) after a robust performance in the 12 months to June 30 this year.

Chemistry Australia CEO Samantha Read has said that manufacturers in the Australian chemistry industry are not seeing an end to rising east coast gas prices due to a lack of understanding of how critical domestic gas is to job creation in the industry.

Average wholesale gas prices in Australia remain lower compared to the average in the Asia‑Pacific region, according to a new report.

No need for export controls: APPEA


The Australian Energy Market Operator’s (AEMO) Energy Supply Outlook (ESO) confirms that there is no need for LNG export restrictions, according to the Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association (APPEA).

LNG exports pass $2 billion


The latest EnergyQuest Monthly LNG Report reveals that the LNG export revenue for May is likely to have passed $2 billion.

LNG exports from Gladstone rose to 1.6 MMt in May according to the latest data from the Gladstone Ports Corporation.

Australia’s Chief Scientist Dr Alan Finkel has unveiled a blueprint to optimise the National Electricity Market as a world-class electricity system that can serve the needs of today and rise to the challenges of tomorrow.

ExxonMobil is marketing 1.9 MMt/a of mid-term LNG volumes from its PNG LNG Project in Papua New Guinea following overproduction and increased reserves.

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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