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Eastern Australia will compete with Asian buyers for Australian gas

Consumers in eastern Australia may have to compete with Asian buyers for domestically produced gas.

16 July 2018
LNG

Ichthys to ship first LNG cargo by end of September

Inpex expects to ship the first LNG cargo from its Ichthys project offshore Australia by the end of September.

11 July 2018
Exploration & Production

Australian LNG import plans may end Narrabri CBM project

LNG import proposals for southeastern Australia could spell the end of the controversial Narrabri CBM project in New South Wales.

10 July 2018
Chevron's Gorgon LNG plant Companies & Finance

Quadrant in play as WA faces uncertain gas supply

Brookfield is selling its 50% stake in the company, offering potential buyers a major interest in the WA gas market and potentially lucrative access to untapped assets.

10 July 2018
LNG

Ichthys facing further delays from safety concerns

Australia’s offshore oil and gas regulator is considering enforcement action against Inpex’s Ichthys LNG project after discovering safety problems on the offshore gas platform

9 July 2018
Policy & Regulation

Concerns raised over CKI bid for Australian pipeline operator APA

Australian Treasurer Scott Morrison has been asked to block a $9.8 billion bid by Hong Kong’s CK Infrastructure Holdings to buy APA Group.

5 July 2018
LNG

Production yet to start at Ichthys LNG

Inpex has yet to start production from its Ichthys LNG project in Australia weeks after saying output would begin soon

4 July 2018
Supply & Demand

Aussie LNG terminals could keep a lid on gas prices – report

LNG terminals could help cap rising gas prices in Australia even though the facilities may not be economically viable

2 July 2018
Exploration & Production

Santos looking at ways to up stake in Mahalo CBM project

Australia’s Santos may be looking to acquire Comet Ridge, its joint venture partner in the Mahalo CBM project in Queensland

29 June 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

AGIG to build Northern Territory pipeline

AGIG has been awarded a contract to build a pipeline in the Northern Territory by Newmont Mining Corp.

29 June 2018
LNG

Meridian and LNG Ltd extend offtake agreement

Australia’s LNG Ltd and Meridian LNG Holdings have agreed to extend the financial close date of an LNG offtake agreement

25 June 2018
Exploration & Production

Protesters cause more damage to PNG gas infrastructure

Disenchanted landowners have caused further damage to wellheads that feed the Papua New Guinea LNG plant

25 June 2018
LNG

Proposed Port Kembla terminal designated as ‘critical infrastructure’

AIE's proposed LNG terminal at Port Kembla on the east coast of Australia has been designated as “critical state significant infrastructure”

25 June 2018
A platform in the Gippsland Basin offshore Australia LNG

Exxon tries to get ahead of rival Aussie LNG schemes

Exxon's plan for an LNG terminal in southeastern Australia is the fourth such project to be announced, and it will need to extend its customer base to succeed.

25 June 2018
Supply & Demand

No danger of gas shortages in Australia – AEMO

Australia is no longer expected to face gas shortages over the next decade, the Australian Energy Market Operator has said

22 June 2018
LNG

Exxon may build LNG terminal in Victoria

ExxonMobil is considering building an LNG terminal in the state of Victoria in southeastern Australia to replace gas from the rapidly declining Bass Strait fields

18 June 2018
Exploration & Production

Conoco awards three FEED contracts for Barossa project

ConocoPhillips has awarded three engineering contracts for FEED work on the Barossa gas project offshore Australia

18 June 2018
LNG

Papua New Guinea deploys armed forces to quell protests

Soldiers have been deployed to Mendi, the capital of the Southern Highlands region of Papua New Guinea, to quell rioting and protests

18 June 2018
LNG

Chevron starts up Train 2 at Wheatstone

Chevron has started production at the second train of the Wheatstone LNG plant on Australia’s northwest coast

15 June 2018
Exploration & Production

West Erregulla concession could hold up to 35 bcm – Strike Energy

Australia’s Strike Energy has estimated that its West Erregulla prospect in Western Australia’s Perth Basin could hold up to 35.1 billion cubic metres of conventional gas

14 June 2018

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