Molly Hancock

Santos

Santos puts forward further plans for Barossa

The national petroleum regulator is assessing Santos’ Barossa Development for its plans to commence a drilling and well campaign in the second quarter of 2022. The company advised that, as part of the approved development, it wants to begin the petroleum activity in production licence NT/L1. The Barossa Development was accepted by the National Offshore …
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Leigh Creek

Leigh Creek appoints development consultant

Leigh Creek Energy (LCK) has appointed EMM Consulting to assist it with the downstream development approval (DA) process of the Leigh Creek urea project (LCUP) in South Australia. LCK managing director Phil Staveley said partnering with EMM to assist in the development approval process is a crucial step in ensuring that the LCUP is built …
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Cliff Head

Triangle secures agreement with BP Singapore

The Cliff Head joint venture (CHJV) has entered into an agreement with BP Singapore for the sale and purchase of its crude oil produced at the Cliff Head oil field. Under the terms of the offtake agreement, BP Singapore will purchase 100 per cent of the crude produced from the Cliff Head oil field, commingled …
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Fortescue Future Industries (FFI)

Hydrogen facility planned for Gladstone

A new partnership between the Queensland Government and Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) is set to create one of the world’s largest hydrogen equipment manufacturing facilities in Gladstone. Thousands of jobs are expected to be created because of this partnership, with the initial stage to create 120 construction jobs and 53 operational jobs with the $114 …
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contract extension

UGL locks in BP contract extension

CIMIC Group’s UGL has been awarded a contract extension to provide asset management and project-related services for BP. The multi-year contract, which includes engineering and maintenance services, was awarded by Australian Terminal Operations Management (ATOM), a joint venture between UGL and BP. The extension will generate revenue to UGL of $150 million, and include work …
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Buffalo-10 well

Carnarvon confirms drilling date for Buffalo well

Carnarvon Petroleum is on track to spud the Buffalo-10 well, offshore in the Timor Sea, in early November as part of the Buffalo project. The Buffalo project involves the redevelopment of the Buffalo oil field, which resides in only 30 m of water with a reservoir depth between 3200 and 330 m below the sea …
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Blue Energy locks in $10m for Bowen Basin

Blue Energy has secured $10 million in funding to access additional funding to advance its 2P reserve build up program in its 100 per cent held ATP 815 permit, which will underpin the non-binding gas supply agreement with Origin Energy, Energy Australia and Queensland Pacific Metals. ‘The 2P reserve build program will also underpin the …
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AusNet shares

APA, Brookfield battle for AusNet shares

APA Group has confirmed that it has put forward a proposal to AusNet Services to acquire all the issued shares in the company. The proposal would bring together two businesses and create a listed flagship Australian group with the scale and capability to accelerate the $20 billion growth in electricity transmission infrastructure needed to support …
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North West Shelf, Prelude boost LNG exports

EnergyQuest has reported that Australian projects shipped 7.18 million tonnes (Mt) in August, higher than the 6.81 Mt in July. Outlined in the monthly LNG report, Prelude and North West Shelf (NWS) each shipped one more cargo, Gladstone LNG shipped two more cargoes, and QCLNG and Gorgon were well up in August. Gorgon shipped 21 …
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Woodside

Woodside survey open for comment

Woodside is planning to conduct a marine seismic survey in exploration permit NT/P86 in Commonwealth waters offshore the Northern Territory. The survey will take place between May 1 and August 16 2022 and is part of Woodside’s work program commitments for the permit. NOPSEMA has opened the the proposed seismic survey for public comment, which …
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