Molly Hancock

Gorgon and Jansz feed gas pipeline

NOPSEMA assesses Gorgon, Jansz pipeline

The national petroleum regulator is assessing Chevron Australia’s environment plan for the activities associated with the commissioning, start-up and operation of the Gorgon and Jansz feed gas pipeline and wells offshore WA. Outlined in its environment plan to NOPSEMA, the Jansz–Io gas fields are located within production licenses WA‐36‐L, WA‐39‐L and WA‐40‐L 200 km off …
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Commitments received to raise $3m for Killanoola

Red Sky Energy has received bidding commitments to raise $3 million via a share placement to further develop and fast-track the Killanoola oil project, South Australia. The funds raise under the placement and share purchase plan (SPP) will be used to further expand seismic acquisition and additional drilling in the wider project area at Killanoola, …
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Natural gas

Energy infrastructure companies voice importance of natural gas

Australian Gas Infrastructure Group (AGIG), APA Group, Jemena and AusNet Services have highlighted the importance of gas in achieving the least-cost, fastest, and most efficient transition to a low-carbon future in a set of submissions issued in response to the Victorian Government’s Gas Roadmap consultation process. The companies – which together deliver gas to more …
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hydrogen

Jemena hydrogen to boost NSW transport

Jemena has singed a new agreement with Coregas to power buses, trucks and cars with green hydrogen in the near future. Under the new agreement Jemena will produce and supply green hydrogen from its Western Sydney plant for use by transport and industrial customers in NSW from early 2022. This is the first time the …
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New faces and places: The latest industry appointments

New faces and places: The latest industry appointments

Metgasco has appointed existing CEO Ken Aitken as managing director as part of its focus to become a material  gas producer in 2022.  The following appointments have been made. Ken Aitken, Metgasco managing director: Ken Aitken has accepted Metgasco’s invitation to take up a role as director of the company, and has accordingly been appointed …
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Oil Search

PNG PM voices support for Santos, Oil Search merger

Papua New Guinea Prime Minister James Marape says the government is fully aware of the Santos and Oil Search proposed merger, stating he could see some positive development from the deal. “Oil Search is a prominent PNG company whose activities comprise a significant percentage of PNG’s GDP and provides the livelihood to thousands of Papua …
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HyStation company

Sweetman inks deal with Japan

Sweetman Renewables is looking to leverage on its sustainable biomass to produce green hydrogen, signing a 20-year biomass supply contract with Japan. The contract is reported to be worth $US90 million, with Sweetman not naming the Japan company it has signed with. The company is further targeting the biomass and free hydrogen sectors with a …
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FFI jumps on board NZ hydrogen opportunity

Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) has signed an agreement with Murihiku Hapu of Ngāi Tahu to explore the potential of a large scale, renewable green hydrogen production project in Southland, New Zealand. The project proposes construction of a large-scale hydrogen plant in Southland which aims to achieve first production in early 2025, with potential for multiple …
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Mid-West Geothermal Power project

Strike receives strong interest for Project Haber production

Strike Energy has closed the second round of its urea off take process for Project Haber’s proposed urea production in Western Australia. The company advised that 4.75 mtpa of firm proposals with attractive pricing formulas were received for the project’s planned annual production of 1.4 mtpa of urea. The offers received were for up to …
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Western Gas applies for extension at Sasanoff

Western Gas has applied for a suspension and extension to its WA-518-P permit offshore Western Australia where it plans to drill the Sasanoff-1 well. The National Offshore Petroleum Titles Administrator reported on Tuesday that the company had also applied for a suspension, extension and variation for WA-519-P. Last month Western Gas submitted its plans to …
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