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Operator Vintage Energy has discovered gas in the primary Patchawarra Formation target in the Vali-1 ST1 well at the ATP 2021 joint venture in the Cooper-Eromanga Basin in Queensland. Read more

Armour lifts potential at Horseshoe #4

Armour Energy has commenced the workover and completions operations at the PL227 Horseshoe #4 prospect in the Bowen-Surat Basin in Queensland. Read more

Bass hits oil production record

Australian-based, Indonesian oil producer Bass Oil has reported a production record in December 2019 at its 55 per cent owned Tangai Sukanati KSO project. Read more

Woodside makes productive finish to 2019

Woodside chief executive officer Peter Coleman says the Greater Enfield project offshore Western Australia has underpinned a solid December quarter in which progress has also been achieved at the company’s growth projects. Read more

Vintage confirms CO2 content at Nagwarry-1 well

Vintage Energy has been advised by the operator of the Otway Basin joint venture, Otway Energy, that laboratory-based analyses have indicated CO2 content in two samples at around 90 per cent. Read more

Bounty begins 2020 exploration program

Bounty Oil & Gas has commenced the 2020 oil appraisal and exploration program at the Naccowlah Block in the Cooper-Eromanga Basins in Queensland. Read more

APPEA 2020 Conference and Exhibition

The APPEA Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition is the largest annual upstream oil and gas event in the southern hemisphere, attracting delegates from across the country and around the world. Read more

Australasian Oil & Gas Exhibition & Conference

The Australasian Oil & Gas Exhibition & Conference (AOG) is a showcase of the latest products and services held at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre from March 11-13, 2020. Read more

Australia sets up hydrogen future with Japan

Using hydrogen as a clean, affordable and sustainable source of energy is another step closer after Australian Resources Minister Matt Canavan signed a joint statement of cooperation with Japan. Read more