renu energy

ReNu, Tas Gas sign term sheet agreement

ReNu Energy and its wholly owned subsidiary Countrywide Hydrogen have signed a term sheet agreement with Tas Gas Networks and Tas Gas Retail. The term sheet defines the responsibilities of the parties and their intention to work collaboratively to achieve 100 per cent green hydrogen delivery to industrial customers as well as the blending of …
mtpa

New hydrogen project at Brighton to green Tasmanian industry

ReNu Energy has confirmed that the design for the Hydrogen Tasmania Brighton Project is being completed. The project, which aims to support industry growth through early hydrogen production, is to be funded by ReNu Energy, and developed by its subsidiary Countrywide Renewably Hydrogen (CRH). CRH has agreed to a term sheet and has executed an …
Tasmania signs MOU with Port of Rotterdam

Tasmania, Belgium sign green hydrogen MOU

The Tasmanian Government has signed its second memorandum of understanding (MOU) with a European body, penning a green hydrogen agreement with Flanders in Northern Belgium. Read more

Basslink

APA acquires $99m in debt for Basslink 

APA Group has announced it has acquired the debt of Nexus Australia Management, the borrowing entity for Basslink. The company has acquired the face value of approximately $99 million in debt, provided at a discount. Basslink owns and operates the 370 km high voltage direct current electricity interconnector between Victoria and Tasmania. As the only electricity interconnector between …
H2TAS site

Woodside secures site for H2TAS

Woodside has secured land for its proposed H2TAS project plant, advancing the company’s plans for large-scale renewable hydrogen and ammonia production.  The site is located in the Austrak business park, in the Bell Bay Area of northern Tasmania, where Woodside and Austrak have made an exclusive agreement for a long-term lease.  According to Woodside, H2TAS …

APA, Basslink merge speculations confirmed

APA Group has confirmed that it has submitted a proposal to Keppel Infrastructure Trust (KIT) in relation to a potential acquisition of Basslink. The company advised that it put forward a confidential, conditional and incomplete proposal to KIT regarding the potential acquisition. Basslink owns and operates a 370km high-voltage, direct current (HVDC) electricity interconnector between …
Beach Energy

Beach Energy approved for Tasmania well abandonments

Beach Energy has been given the green light by the national petroleum regulator for the ongoing suspension and temporary abandonment (TA) of the non-production well operations for White Ibis-1, Trefoil-1 and Yolla-1 in Tasmania. The non-production well operations (White Ibis-1, Trefoil-1 and Yolla-1) environment plan covers the continued suspension of the wells and routine and …
ConocoPhillips Australia

ConocoPhillips gets green light for Tasmania survey

The National Offshore Petroleum Safety and Environmental Management Authority (NOPSEMA) has accepted ConocoPhillips Australia’s plan to undertake the Sequoia 3D marine seismic survey in Tasmania. Located in exploration permit T/49, the survey area is 23.5km from the west coast of King Island and 26 km from the Victorian coast.  The survey is scheduled to take …

Fortescue, TasPorts sign agreement to accelerate hydrogen project

Australian Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) has signed an agreement with Tasmanian Ports Corporation to negotiate land and operating requirements for its proposed 250 megawatt (MW) green hydrogen plant in Bell Bay, Tasmania. FFI chief executive officer Julie Shuttleworth said this marked an important milestone in the development of the world-leading project. “We are excited to …

2021 offshore exploration acreage released

The Federal Government has released the 2021 offshore petroleum exploration acreage, with around 80,000km2 of new acreage available for exploration in Australia. Minister for Resources, Water and Northern Australia Keith Pitt said the release comprises 21 areas across the Bonaparte, Browse, Carnarvon, Otway, Sorell and Gippsland Basins off Western Australia, Victoria, Tasmania and the Ashmore …