Chevron to supply LNG to Japan

Chevron has signed an agreement with Hokkaido Gas for the delivery of liquified natural gas (LNG) from its Australian LNG portfolio to Japan. Read more

AGL’s Crib Point project rejected

The Victorian Government has ruled out AGL Energy and APA Group’s proposed gas import terminal at Crib Point and construction of a pipeline from the terminal to Pakenham. Read more

Santos ramps up Ningaloo Vision output

Santos has restarted production at the Ningaloo Vision floating production storage and offloading vessel offshore Western Australia after completing planned maintenance in Singapore. Read more

Santos locks in BW Offshore for Barossa FPSO contract

Barossa joint venture operator Santos has awarded BW Offshore (BWO) with the project’s major contract for the construction, connection and operation of its floating production, storage and offloading vessel (FPSO). Read more

Jemena to connect LNG terminal with Eastern Gas Pipeline

Jemena has signed a project development agreement with Australian Industrial Energy (AIE) to connect the country’s first liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal to the Eastern Gas Pipeline (EGP) between New South Wales and Victoria. Read more

Shell reduces Queensland Curtis ownership

Shell has confirmed that it has completed the sale of a 26.25 per cent interest in the Queensland Curtis liquefied natural gas (QCLNG) common facilities to Global Infrastructure Partners Australia. Read more

LNG at the forefront for Woodside: O’Neill

Speaking at the AOG Energy conference in Perth, Woodside executive vice president development Meg O’Neill has reinforced that despite all the market turmoil, demand for liquefied natural gas (LNG) remains robust. Read more

LNG production on the rise: EnergyQuest

EnergyQuest has forecast Australian liquefied natural gas (LNG) production to increase slightly in 2021 to 80 million tonnes (Mt) due to higher contributions from Prelude and east coast LNG producers. Read more