APA presents updated Amadeus pipeline arrangement

APA Group subsidiary APT Pipelines has submitted a revised access arrangement for the Amadeus gas pipeline (AGP) in the Northern Territory to the Australian Energy Regulator (AER). The AGP is a bi-directional transmission pipeline that extends from the Amadeus Basin in the south of the Northern Territory to Darwin in the north, transporting natural gas …
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Central nears Amadeus Basin farmout decision

Central Petroleum has advanced to the final phase of the farmout process to fund an Amadeus Basin exploration program in the Northern Territory. Following the farmout process being initiated in January, the company received sustained interest from local and international industry participants, in spite of the impact of COVID-19. Central has now chosen to advance …
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Central, AGIG join forces for new Amadeus to Moomba pipeline

Central Petroleum has signed an agreement with Australian Gas Infrastructure Group (AGIG) and Macquarie Mereenie to progress a final investment decision (FID) for the Amadeus to Moomba gas pipeline (AMGP). The AMGP is a proposed new gas transmission pipeline that would provide direct access from the Amadeus Basin in the Northern Territory to the Moomba …
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Central progresses work at Range, Amadeus

Central Petroleum has continued to focus on progressing its growth activities, including the Range gas project in Queensland and the Amadeus project in the Northern Territory, during the June quarter. The Range project, a joint venture between Central (50 per cent) and Incitec Pivot Queensland Gas (50 per cent), is a 77km2 tenement (ATP 2031) …
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Santos, Central Petroleum move ahead with Dukas prospect

Joint venture partners Santos and Central Petroleum have reached an agreement on their plan for the multi-trillion cubic feet Dukas gas prospect in the Amadeus Basin, Northern Territory. As part of the plan, the joint venture will assess various options and their costs to intersect the target formation using specialised high-pressure equipment, with the two …
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Central development projects come to a standstill

Central Petroleum is anticipating that there won’t be any material impact on its production capacity, but due to the extraordinary market conditions the company has introduced a strong focus on the resilience of the business. The company has advised that its operations are financially resilient, however, depressed oil and gas prices do have an impact …
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Central Petroleum more than doubles gas sales

Central Petroleum has increased its gas sales volumes by 135 per cent in the December 2019 half year against the same period a year earlier. The company’s performance was driven by the start of sales through the Northern gas pipeline, which spans between Tennant Creek in the Northern Territory to Mount Isa in Queensland. The …
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Palm Valley below expectations

Central reported the wells in the Amadeus Basin had underperformed and the completion of an independent reservoir modelling study had resulted in an adjustment. The field’s 2P gas reserves have been reduced from 42 PJ to 27.8 PJ, resulting in an 8.4 per cent reduction in Central’s total 2P gas reserves, dropping it to 154.5 …
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Drilling continues in Amadeus Basin

Project operator Santos and JV partner Central Petroleum have drilled the exploration well to 2,604 m measured depth, with a 273 mm surface casing now cemented in place. Central reported that low background gas levels were observed while drilling through the Gillen Formation, with a forward plan to dill out the shoe track and perform …
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