Molly Hancock

NT gas plant receives NAIF green light

The Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility (NAIF) has approved investment in its seventh project in the Northern Territory, with a $37 million loan to help with the construction of a gas plant. Read more

Airborne secures Julimar pipe contract

Subsea 7 has appointed Airborne Oil & Gas for the design, manufacture and delivery of two thermoplastic composite pipe (TCP) jumpers for Woodside’s Julimar project offshore Western Australia. Read more

Oil and gas exploration spending suffers: ABS

The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has reported that oil and gas exploration expenditure fell 6.8 per cent in the 2020 June quarter, with Western Australia being the largest contributor to the drop. Read more

APA launches pre-FEED at Judith project

APA Group has commenced pre-front end engineering design (pre-FEED) for Emperor Energy’s Judith gas field in the Gippsland Basin offshore Victoria. Read more

Tasmania strives to be global hydrogen hub

Tasmania has received strong interest from clean energy developers to be part of Australia’s renewable hydrogen epicentre and make the state a global producer and exporter of hydrogen. Read more

Bennett Resources proposes WA drilling program

Bennett Resources has submitted an environmental plan (EP) to Western Australia’s Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) for the Laurel gas exploration and appraisal program within the EP 371 permit. Read more

Vintage, Lakes Oil lock in Nangwarry resource

Vintage Energy, with joint venture partner Lakes Oil, has made its first Otway Basin recoverable carbon dioxide (CO2) booking for the Nangwarry-1 discovery onshore South Australia. Read more

BHP set to drill Pyrenees development

BHP has been given the green light by the national regulator for the drilling of the Crosby-3H1 well at the Pyrenees development offshore Western Australia. Read more

Cooper Energy records production spike

Cooper Energy managing director David Maxwell has outlined the three standout features that contributed to a strong 2020 financial year and guided the company to a 13 per cent increase in production. Read more

Leigh Creek keeps flagship project in stable position

Leigh Creek Energy (LCK) managing director Phil Staveley is confident the company is in a financial position that will allow it to continue to work towards the commercialisation of the Leigh Creek energy project (LCEP). Read more