The Darwin LNG export plant in Australia Exploration & Production

Oil companies talk Greater Sunrise options

The settlement of East Timor and Australia's border dispute means the parties can move on to discuss development options for Greater Sunrise, but hurdles remain.

By Damon Evans 17 October 2017
Companies & Finance

Investors circling Aussie gas market as majors downsize

Traders and private equity are hoping to take advantage as Australia’s majors look to divest.

31 August 2017
LNG

Santos to supply export gas to South Australia

Santos has agreed to supply gas destined for its LNG export project in Gladstone to South Australia in anticipation of supply shortages.

17 August 2017
LNG

FSRU to give AGL ‘bargaining power’ in east Australia

The idea may seem surprising, but a regasification project would help developer AGL in negotiations with upstream suppliers.

17 August 2017
LNG

Ichthys LNG to boost NT’s exports by A$118 bln

The startup of Inpex’s Ichthys LNG plant in Australia’s Northern Territory will boost the value of the state’s exports by A$118 billion.

11 August 2017
LNG

Australia’s AGL considers building LNG terminal in Victoria

Australia’s AGL, an integrated energy company, is looking to build an LNG terminal at Crib Point near Melbourne in Victoria.

10 August 2017
Exploration & Production

Exxon’s new Aussie play unlikely to ease local market

Exxon has locked down a deal for new resources in Victoria, but they may not be enough to sate the struggling domestic market.

10 August 2017
Exploration & Production

Spending rises as Aussie market responds to price signals

Australia’s exploration programmes and M&A activities appear to be showing signs of recovery.

4 August 2017
LNG

Wheatstone readies entry into uncertain LNG market

Chevron’s giant Australian LNG plant is preparing to come online but may not generate the expected revenue, experts say.

27 July 2017
LNG

Australia’s LNG exports set to grow rapidly

Australia exported 4.9 mt of LNG in June as the country continued to ramp up exports from its new LNG export projects.

27 July 2017
LNG

Prelude FLNG arrives in Browse Basin

Shell’s Prelude FLNG vessel has arrived at the Prelude offshore gas field in the Browse Basin, 475 km northeast of Broome.

25 July 2017
Exploration & Production

Beetaloo developers eye exemption from fracking ban

Developers are watching closely as the Northern Territory considers whether their resources will be exempt from a possible ban on fracking.

21 July 2017
Exploration & Production

East Timor’s last chance for Greater Sunrise

East Timor is running out of time to develop its Greater Sunrise gas fields, as potential investors consider alternatives.

17 July 2017
LNG

Australia’s LNG exports remain buoyant over summer

Exports from Australia’s east coast hit their second-highest level in June, but are likely to fall over the coming months because of maintenance and gas reservation policies.

17 July 2017
LNG

Ichthys LNG’s FPSO to sail soon

The FPSO for Australia’s Ichthys LNG project could set sail soon.

11 July 2017
LNG

Curtis Island LNG exports hit 1.7 mt in June

LNG exports from Curtis Island off Australia’s northeastern coast increased to 1.70 mt for June.

7 July 2017
LNG

Aussie LNG to withstand Qatar/US onslaught

Plans by Qatar and the US to boost LNG production may make life difficult for some, but Australia’s projects are well positioned to weather the storm.

7 July 2017
Global Markets

Australian gas prices one-third lower than NE Asia in 2016

Australia’s wholesale gas price was substantially lower than its Northeast Asian neighbours in 2016.

6 July 2017
LNG

Prelude FLNG sets out for Australia

Shell’s Prelude FLNG vessel has left South Korea for deployment off Australia’s northwest coast where it will extract and process gas from the Prelude and Concerto fields.

29 June 2017
LNG

Aussie LNG export limits to hit Santos hardest

The decision to limit LNG exports during periods of high demand is challenging for Santos, but the mechanism may face legal challenge.

22 June 2017
LNG

Australian government plans LNG export controls

Australia’s Conservative government intends to implement export controls on LNG, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announced on Tuesday.

20 June 2017

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