Leigh Creek Energy

First contract milestone achieved for Leigh Creek

DL E&C has achieved its first milestone for Leigh Creek Energy’s (LCK) on the fertiliser contract for engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning (EPCC). It has fulfilled this by providing all the pre-requisite detailed conditions which have been reviewed and accepted by LCK, progressing the agreement to the next stage. LCK managing director Phil Staveley said it …
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Red Skye Energy locks in SA government approval for Killanoola

Red Skye Energy locks in SA government approval for Killanoola

Red Skye Energy has received approval from the South Australian Department for Energy and Mining (DEM) to begin operations at the Killanoola oil project. Location in the PRL13, the announcement follows the company successfully inspecting the surface pump at the Killanoola-1 DW-1. The inspection of the above ground linear rod pump (LRP) at the Killanoola-1 …
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SA Water begins construction of Leigh Creek pipeline

South Australia Water is constructing a new 22.5 kilometre pipeline in Leigh Creek, South Australia, relocating the current water main around the decommissioned coal mine for improved water security. The Water North delivery team have more than 30 crew members working on the Leigh Creek mine diversion, who have been there for the past two …
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Santos, Beach Energy secure $15m for Moomba

Santos and Beach Energy have been awarded a $15 million grant from the Australian Government’s carbon capture and storage (CSS) development fund to go towards the Moomba CCS project in South Australia. The grant is recognition of the national and international significance of the $210 million Moomba CCS project which will safely and permanently store …
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H2U locks in WSP for Eyre Peninsula development

The Hydrogen Utility (H2U) has engaged WSP in Australia to support the environmental and planning development activities for the Eyre Peninsula Gateway project in South Australia. WSP will support the development approach and licensing activities for the project with detailed environmental, planning and technical studies. The company advised that the appointment of WSP marks another …
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AGN opens SA hydrogen facility

The Australian Gas Network (AGN), part of Australian Gas Infrastructure Group (AGIG), has officially opened its $14.5 million hydrogen production facility, Hydrogen Park South Australia (HyP SA). The company reported that is has commenced blending renewable hydrogen into part of its natural gas distraction network in Adelaide. At HyP SA, a proton exchange membrane (PEM) …
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Amp launches Renewable Energy Hub of South Australia

Amp Power Australia has established the Renewable Energy Hub of South Australia, which will include the Spencer Gulf Hydrogen Energy Exoplex and form part of the South Australian Government’s hydrogen action plan. The project is a strategic portfolio of large scale integrated solar PV, wind and battery energy storage (BESS) assets located in the state. The …
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Green gas on the cards for SA

The South Australian gas network has taken a historic step after being given the green light to blend biogas into its natural gas network. Minster for Mineral Resources and Energy Dan van Holst Pellekaan said this means that along with putting 5 per cent hydrogen from Australia’s largest green electrolyser at Tonsley into the network …
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ScoMo announces new gas deal with SA

The federal government has signed a $1.08 billion energy and emissions reduction deal with South Australia that will target an additional 50 petajoules (PJ) per annum by the end of 2023 and 80 PJ by 2030. As part of the agreement, the governments will pursue initiative that create additional dispatchable generation to help deliver affordable …
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Origin, Beach undergo gas price review

Origin Energy has been emerged in a price review for gas purchased from Beach Energy’s Otway Basin fields, located in Victoria and South Australia.  The arbitrator has now issued a partial award and on the basis of that decision the new gas price is likely to be materially above Origin’s expectations and recent comparable wholesale …
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