AGIG SA hydrogen project faces delays

The Australian Gas Infrastructure Group (AGIG) has celebrated a key milestone with first production of renewable hydrogen during commissioning at the hydrogen park South Australia (HyP SA) project. Project developer Australian Gas Networks (AGN) – part of AGIG – has welcomed this as both AGIG and South Australia’s first ever production of renewable hydrogen, in …
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Border closures delay Vintage

Vintage Energy has reported that design and planning for the Nangwarry-1 flow test program has been completed, with procurement of long lead items for the onshore Otway Basin project in South Australia underway. Due to the border closure between South Australia and Victoria, mobilisation timing of the Superior Energy snubbing unit, the workover rig that …
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Santos, Red Sky set sights on new well in 2021

Red Sky Energy, on behalf of operator Santos, has advised that a priority site for the next phase of well drilling at the onshore Cooper Basin Innamincka Dome projects in South Australia has been identified. The company outlined that reprocessing of 2D seismic over the Yarrow gas field is nearing completion, with the final location …
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Senex to drive growth through Surat Basin assets

Senex Energy managing director and chief executive officer Ian Davies has backed the company’s strategy to grow production following the sale of its Cooper Basin assets and delivery of its Surat Basin gas projects. Speaking at a company investor briefing, Davies said the sale of Senex’s Cooper Basin business to Beach Energy this week would …
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hydrogen

SA launches $240m hydrogen project

South Australia has hit an important milestone with the start of a world-leading $240 million hydrogen project. The project will be the largest green ammonia plant in the world, being 60 times larger than Australia’s largest electrolyser at Tonsley in Adelaide. H2U is a specialist developer of green hydrogen infrastructure solutions and has been working …
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Beach to acquire Senex’s Cooper Basin assets

Senex Energy has agreed to sell its Cooper Basin assets in South Australia to Beach Energy for $87.5 million. The deal will see Senex exit the Cooper Basin after more than 20 years and supports plans to accelerate the development of its Surat Basin natural gas assets. By focusing on its Surat Basin assets, the …
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Leigh Creek Energy

Leigh Creek closer to construction after positive study

Leigh Creek Energy’s (LCK) pre-feasibility study for its flagship project in South Australia has revealed positive project economics for the development of a urea production facility supported by syngas feedstock. The company outlined that the PFS highlights the robust economics for the development of a urea production plant to provide fertiliser to the domestic Australian …
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SA hydrogen project closes in on commissioning

The Hydrogen Park South Australia (HyP SA) facility at the Tonsley Innovation District in Adelaide has entered final commissioning. Designed to be a major wholesale supplier of renewable hydrogen in Australia, the regional city of Whyalla is set to be the first beneficiary of the development. Project developer Australian Gas Networks (AGN) – part of …
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Armour secures Oilex’s Cooper-Eromanga assets

Armour Energy has officially completed an acquisition of Oilex’s Cooper-Eromanga Basin assets and its subsidiary, CoEra. Oilex agreed to sell all of its interests in the Cooper-Eromanaga Basin to Armour, including: a 79.33 per cent interest in two petroleum exploration licences (PEL112 and PEL444), with an option to acquire the remaining 20.67 per cent; and …
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Leigh Creek builds momentum at flagship project

Leigh Creek Energy (LCK) has progressed the development of its namesake project in South Australia with works underway on the pre-feasibility study (PFS) and funding opportunities for the project being pursued. The company outlined in its September quarterly report that substantial progress had been made in finalising the three key milestones for the Leigh Creek …
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