Tagged With Australia
Jadestone pivots towards gas
21 June 2022
The Singapore-based independent sees ample opportunities in Southeast Asia, especially for gas projects
Australia’s gas industry under fire
16 June 2022
The energy crisis on the country’s east coast is fuelling calls for resource nationalism
Woodside plans post-BHP expansion
9 June 2022
The Australian firm is now one of the world’s largest independent oil and gas players
Licensing round June update
7 June 2022
The industry's most comprehensive list of current and recent rounds for onshore and offshore licences
Letter from Australia: Labor victory positive for CCS
27 May 2022
Australia’s upstream industry could be poised to benefit from the election of a Labor government for the first time in almost a decade
Australia’s Dorado oilfield set for 2026 startup
12 May 2022
The field is one of more than 100 potential prospects in the Bedout basin, says Carnarvon CEO Adrian Cook
Santos makes Australasia progress
6 April 2022
New discovery bolsters frontier WA basin’s prospects, while a PNG project also inches forward
Licensing round April update
4 April 2022
The industry's most comprehensive list of current and recent rounds for onshore and offshore licences
Advance seeks to rebound after Timor Sea miss
17 February 2022
The firm plans to secure another deal before the end of 2022 following poor results at the Buffalo field, interim CEO Larry Bottomley says
Falcon pursues Australian shale gas opportunities
14 February 2022
The AIM- and TSX-listed independent sees huge opportunities in Australia’s Northern Territory
Santos advances Barossa project
8 February 2022
Australian independent set to finalise sale of stake to Japan’s Jera in H1 2022
Letter from China: Australia’s LNG dominance under threat
3 February 2022
Beijing may be planning to break its reliance on its Antipodean supplier
Woodside concludes Pluto 2 deal
19 January 2022
Australian firm finalises sale of stake in LNG project to Global Infrastructure Partners
Australian developers scale up investments
18 November 2021
High prices bolster Australian upstream developments
Jera increases stake in Freeport LNG
15 November 2021
Japanese joint venture to buy share in the project’s operating company
Senex to boost Atlas output
23 August 2021
The Australian independent plans to increase the gas project’s capacity by 50pc
Great Australian Bight closes for business
13 August 2021
Santos joins the list of developers to withdraw from the region, deeming it too risky
Woodside advances Scarborough/Pluto Train 2 project
5 August 2021
The Australian gas development appears to be back on track despite last year’s FID postponement
TotalEnergies sells Gladstone LNG facilities
14 July 2021
The French major continues to trim its portfolio
Australia to subsidise remaining refineries
24 June 2021
Concerned about supply security, Australia plans to fund its last two refineries standing for at least the next six years.
Letter from Australia: Upstream industry commits to net zero
24 June 2021
Climate and carbon dominated the recent Appea conference
Woodside commits to Pluto LNG carbon reduction
24 June 2021
The Australian firm plans to achieve net-zero emissions from its Pluto LNG project in Western Australia by 2050
Letter from China: Beijing targets Australian spot LNG
18 May 2021
LNG is the latest Australian export targeted by China in its trade spat with Canberra. Even limited moves represent an escalation in the standoff
Letter from Australia: ‘Gas-led recovery’ under the microscope
5 May 2021
The government has made remarkably little progress on its plans since unveiling the agenda in September 2020
Australian gas market poised for ‘transformation’
22 April 2021
Timely delivery of new projects will be vital to avoid shortfalls, AEMO says
Carnarvon gears up for Buffalo drilling
15 April 2021
Firm will drill first well offshore Timor-Leste in the second half of this year
Australia aims to slash decommissioning bill
29 March 2021
A government-funded company has launched an initiative intended to save more than $14bn in decommissioning costs over the next few decades
Australia extends Beetaloo exploration grant period
18 March 2021
The government will provide the cash to explorers for a further six months
Australia's LNG projects regain momentum
2 March 2021
The country’s liquefaction sector is trying to rebound from a challenging 12 months where billions of dollars’ worth of feedstock projects went on the back burner
Australia’s gas-led recovery dream faces supply wake-up
1 March 2021
Canberra’s flagship post-Covid energy policy faces headwinds from a looming supply shortfall
Australian shale gathers steam
25 February 2021
The sector may still be in its infancy, but the industry’s prospects have improved rapidly over the last six months
Challenges ahead for Australia’s mature assets
23 February 2021
Competition for a shrinking pool of capital may put the country’s older offshore oil and gas fields on the back foot in the coming years
Australia struggles to stop downstream exodus
22 February 2021
Australia’s energy security takes another hit with ExxonMobil opting to shutter its Victoria refinery
Tamboran strikes out on its own in the Beetaloo
1 December 2020
The Northern Territory blocks share characteristics with the US Marcellus play and could become a major supplier to the gas-hungry east coast market
Licensing round October update
26 October 2020
The industry's most comprehensive list of current and recent rounds for onshore and offshore licences
Australia battles to become renewables superpower
1 October 2020
Initiatives to create market certainty and fix system constraints are creating an attractive investment environment
Australian regulator sounds alarm over domestic gas prices
3 September 2020
The ACCC is struggling to ensure domestic consumers are offered terms that are even close to those available to export customers
Letter from Australia: Canberra’s gas vision in crisis
21 August 2020
Opposition politicians and media sniff blood over an economic revival strategy driven by natural gas, rather than renewables
Letter from Australia: Gas-fired recovery hits turbulence
10 July 2020
The Australian government’s vision is at risk of unravelling under intense scrutiny
Australian upstream rejects politicians’ call for A$4 gas
8 July 2020
Producers insist the costs of producing gas domestically—as well as prevailing spot prices—significantly exceed the historic benchmark price level
Pluto’s second train may be Chevron NWS sale casualty
26 June 2020
The major’s decision to seek a buyer for its Australian liquefaction stake could be the harbinger of further realignment in feedgas projects
Arrow Energy hits Surat project target
24 April 2020
Co-owners Shell and PetroChina take FID, against the global trend, to cover looming Australian east coast supply shortfall and feed LNG exports
Australia’s largest producers join the cutback bandwagon
2 April 2020
Developers have begun delaying new gas projects in response to oil price pressures and further capex cuts may be necessary
Australia rejoins road to shale riches
28 February 2020
Shale gas developers are beginning to ramp up their exploration efforts following the end of a freeze on fracking approvals in the Northern Territory
Australian emission plans will fuel expansion of gas-to-power
16 February 2020
New South Wales will rely on coal seam gas and/or imported LNG to form the core of its plan to reduce emissions and electricity prices
LNG feedgas projects face carbon risk
27 September 2019
Australian upstream projects to extend LNG plant lifespans will need to consider carbon emissions impacts
The great game for Greater Sunrise
24 September 2019
Timor-Leste is caught between the competing interests of two major Asia-Pacific powers
Big names target Australian renewables
27 June 2019
Falling solar and battery storage costs, combined with a desire to save on infill gas use, are luring majors into Australia’s renewables generation sector
Australia finds more gas for home and abroad
18 June 2019
Santos’ discovery of a sizeable gas column in the Northern Carnarvon Basin should boost the NWS venture’s expansion plans
LNG in firing line of climate advocacy
9 May 2019
Energy firms are coming under increasing pressure to take radical steps to reduce emissions
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