A highly forensic review of Australia’s east coast gas sector has found that estimates of commercial gas reserves to service Queensland’s new Gladstone-based LNG industry and local domestic gas consumption, carry substantial risks that are not widely appreciated.
Australia’s LNG exports jumped by 37.7 per cent to 36.8 MMt over calendar 2016 as the plethora of new projects in Western Australia, the Northern Territory and coastal Queensland triggered a flood of new shipments to global markets.
The Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association (APPEA) has welcomed the announcement of a review into the petroleum tax system.
Natural gas and renewables are the winners in the race to meet energy demand growth until 2040, according to the IEA.
Thu 17 November 2016
The United Kingdom and the United States have agreed to provide valuable input into Australia’s review of energy security, which is being carried by Chief Scientist Dr Alan Finkel.
Thu 3 November 2016
The Australian Government and the International Energy Agency (IEA) have agreed to work together on Australia’s review of energy security following a full regional black out in South Australia.
Launched in Singapore on Tuesday, GLX has designed an online platform connecting the global LNG market in real time.
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The New South Wales (NSW) Government is looking to promote further competition in the gas market by deregulating prices from 1 July 2017.
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.
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...
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...
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