Beetaloo Basin

Roads improvement to support Beetaloo potential

Access to the Beetaloo Basin in the Northern Territory is set to for improvement after the Australian Government unveiled its Gas Industry Roads Upgrade program. Australia’s Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack and Minister for Resources, Water and Northern Australia Keith Pitt advised that as part of the program, the roads upgrade will provide quality infrastructure …
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Beetaloo Basin key to NT gas growth

Gas exploration and development in the Northern Territory’s Beetaloo sub-Basin will be accelerated to create jobs, provide economic benefits and ensure Australia remains a world leader in the production of natural gas. Federal Minister for Resources, Water and Northern Australia Keith Pitt said the Australian Government’s approach would speed up exploration and production in the …
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Empire puts forward Carpentaria environment case

Empire Energy has submitted an environment management plan (EMP) for hydraulic stimulation of the vertical Carpentaria-1 well in the Northern Territory. The company has also applied for clearance to commence drilling and hydraulic stimulation of a section from the Carpentaria-1 wellbore targeting the Middle Velkerri Shale. Northern Territory’s Department of Environment, Parks and Water Security …
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Tamboran Resources

Tamboran sweetens Beetaloo Basin position with acquisiton

Tamboran Resources has acquired Sweetpea Petroleum in a deal that will result in the company significantly bolstering its position in the Beetaloo Basin, Northern Territory. Under the agreement, Tamboran will acquire all of the shares in Sweetpea in exchange for Longview Petroleum taking a 29.95 per cent share of Tamboran following the transaction. Longview is …
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Tamboran Resources

Kyalla JV to execute next phase of Beetaloo operations

Joint venture partners Origin Energy and Falcon Oil & Gas (FOG) are pushing operations forward at the Kyalla 117 well in the Beetaloo sub-basin, Northern Territory. Last month, the JV outlined that operations were being planned to re-enter Kyalla 117 with coiled tubing and apply nitrogen lift to lower the pressure in the wellborn and …
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Beetaloo project to headline national recovery

More than 220,000 jobs will be created over the next two decades, with the national economic output estimated to increase by more than $350 billion if key oil and gas projects currently in the pipeline – including the Northern Territory’s Beetaloo Basin – come to fruition, according to new Ernst & Young (E&Y) research. Most …
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Jemena plans $5b investment in gas

Jemena has signed an agreement with Tamboran Resources to increase the capacity of its Northern gas pipeline (NGP) and extend it from the Northern Territory to Queensland. The memorandum of understanding (MOU) will see Jemena expedite plans to invest more than $5 billion in the NGP, while Tamboran, which holds 25 per cent of Santos’ …
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Kyalla JV proceeds with operations

Falcon Oil & Gas has advised that operations continue following the hydraulic stimulation of the Kyalla 117 well in the Beetaloo Sub-Basin, Northern Territory. Following a short initial flow back of hydraulic fracture stimulation fluid to surface, the well was subsequently shut in and production tubing was installed and tested. Falcon outlined that flow back …
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Origin enhances Australia Pacific LNG efficiency

Origin Energy has described 2020 as challenging, but despite external hurdles, the company’s operational performance continues to improve and drive growth. At the company’s annual general meeting, the company’s leaders highlighted that strong performance had delivered record production at Australia Pacific liquified natural gas (LNG), which combined with efficient improvements, contributed to record cash distributions …
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