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East Timor open to Greater Sunrise options

East Timor’s prime minister has said that everything is on the table regarding the development of the Greater Sunrise field.

20 November 2017
An LNG tanker at the Gladstone LNG project in Australia Companies & Finance

Private equity stalks Santos assets in Australia and PNG

Harbour Energy’s proposed takeover of Santos is symptomatic of the problems facing overcapitalised Aussie operators.

16 November 2017

North West Shelf LNG recovers after outage

The first four trains at Australia’s North West Shelf LNG project were operating at capacity again on Monday following a partial outage.

14 November 2017
Companies & Finance

Shell reduces Woodside stake

Shell has further reduced its stake in Australia’s Woodside Petroleum, raising $1.7 billion in the process, the Anglo-Dutch major said on Monday.

13 November 2017

Ichthys LNG’s power plant starts up

Inpex’s Ichthys LNG project near Darwin in Australia’s Northern Territory has announced the startup of its combined-cycle power plant.

13 November 2017
The Moomba gas plant in the Cooper Basin. Exploration & Production

Cooper Basin in frame as exploration, productivity rises

Australia’s Cooper Basin is seeing renewed interest as producers look for sources to supply the country’s eastern market.

13 November 2017

Ichthys LNG due online in March 2018

The Ichthys LNG project in Australia is set to start production in March 2018.

8 November 2017
LNG tanker at loading terminal LNG

Woodside LNG deal shows RWE’s portfolio ambitions

RWE’s two-year LNG supply deal with Woodside shows that the German company is stepping up its efforts to break into the Asian market.

2 November 2017

First cargo ships from Wheatstone LNG

Chevron has shipped its first cargo from the Wheatstone LNG plant in Australia.

1 November 2017

Woodside and RWE sign LNG supply agreement

Woodside Energy has signed a supply agreement with RWE for delivery of 12 cargoes between April 2018 and March 2020.

31 October 2017

Origin Energy sees revenue boost in Q3 as APLNG increases output

Origin Energy reported an increase in its Q3 revenues resulting from increased output at its APLNG project in Queensland and higher energy prices.

31 October 2017

Warm weather hits Gorgon’s output

Hot weather has caused production cuts at Chevron’s Gorgon LNG plant on Australia’s Barrow Island.

27 October 2017
The Darwin LNG plant, Australia. (ConocoPhillips) Exploration & Production

Australia tries to lure shale exploration investment

Detailed data on Australia’s South Nicholson Basin is being released in the hope of bringing investors to the region’s untapped shale resources.

27 October 2017
Exploration & Production

AWE starts test flows at Waitsia 3 well

Australian oil and gas company AWE has started flow tests at the Waitsia 3 onshore appraisal well in the Perth Basin.

23 October 2017
Companies & Finance

Woodside revenues down 7% in Q3

Australian oil and gas producer Woodside Petroleum announced a 7% fall in revenue on an annual basis in Q3.

19 October 2017

Wheatstone LNG ready to load first cargo

Chevron’s Wheatstone LNG project in west Australia is preparing to load its first cargo.

17 October 2017
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.

17 October 2017
Companies & Finance

LNG Ltd suspends planned move to US

LNG Ltd has suspended plans to become an American company while it concentrates on marketing LNG.

16 October 2017
CGI image of Transborders Energy's FLNG concept. Exploration & Production

Distressed market offers FLNG opportunities – TBE

Transborders Energy’s Daein Cha speaks to Interfax Natural Gas Daily about the company’s new model for commercialising stranded offshore gas.

16 October 2017
The Pluto LNG plant. LNG

LNG at risk as Australia’s policy inaction continues

An absence of energy policy and uncertainty as emissions deadlines loom could see LNG operators shoulder a higher share of the emission reduction burden.

12 October 2017

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