Collaboration and technology could save Aussie LNG

By Sally Bogle 21 November 2016
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Gladstone LNG. Australian LNG exporters are struggling in the low oil price environment. (Santos) Gladstone LNG. Australian LNG exporters are struggling in the low oil price environment. (Santos)

As Australia’s LNG investment boom winds down, the developers of its export facilities are struggling to remain profitable in the low commodity price environment. But Bernadette Cullinane, national leader for oil and gas at Deloitte, believes this provides optimal conditions for sectoral collaboration and the uptake of new technology that could put the country back on the map in terms of international competitiveness. 

Interfax Natural Gas Daily: Australian LNG operators are under pressure to cut costs as buyers look to renegotiate contract prices and terms during the current period of excessive supply. Where does the Aussie LNG industry go from here?

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