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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Red Sky one step closer to testing Killanoola wells

Red Sky Energy is preparing to test the wells in the Killanoola oil field in South Australia with current petrophysical re-evaluation and results expected this week. The company plans to test both wells this year, with Killanoola SE-1 to be tested first to confirm petrophysical evaluations and Killanoola-1-DW1 to be tested afterwards. The Killanoola SE-1 …
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Vintage continues delivery of strong gas results

Vintage Energy has revealed that the production test of Nangwarry-1 well onshore South Australia continues to exceed expectations. Managing director Neil Gibbins said the Nangwarry-1 has recorded choked back flow rates of 11 million standard cubic feet per day (MMscfd), which was observed during an extended flow period at a wellhead pressure of 1415 psi. …
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Vintage steps closer to saleable CO2

Vintage Energy has revealed that strong CO2 gas from the lower section of the Top Pretty Hill Formation has been discovered in the Nangwarry-1 well onshore South Australia. Managing director Neil Gibbins said the most pleasing part of this result is that the gas flow came from the lower section of the interpreted gas column, …
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H2U selects Worley for Australian-first project

Worley has won an engineering and services contract with H2U Group for the front-end engineering and design (FEED) phase of the Eyre Peninsula Gateway project in South Australia. Integrating a 75 MW electrolysis plant, and a 120 tonnes per day (tpd) ammonia synthesis plant, the demonstrator stage will have a total production capacity of up …
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SA explores hydrogen export potential to Europe

The South Australian Government and the Port of Rotterdam Authority have signed an agreement to study the feasibility of exporting green hydrogen made in South Australia to Rotterdam, Europe’s largest port. The memorandum of understanding (MoU) connects some of the world’s most ambitious players in the hydrogen economy and renewable energy market. The Port of …
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Red Sky analysis identifies oil in Killanoola well

Red Sky Energy has completed a petrophysical evaluation of the Killanoola Southeast-1 well, which is part of the Killanoola oil project in the Penola Trough, South Australia. The Killanoola oilfield was discovered by the Killanoola-1 well in 1998 at a depth of 850m. Previous flow tests of the well have recorded rates of up to …
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Leigh Creek secures FID on SA project

Leigh Creek Energy (LCK) has made a final investment decision (FID) for stage one of its flagship project in South Australia. Managing director Phil Staveley said the FID milestones gives the company approval to construct everything it needs in stage one of the Leigh Creek Energy project (LCEP) and start earning revenue. “Over the past …
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