Armour sells more Kincora gas

Armour is currently selling 1 TJ/day of gas into the spot market, which is the result of an increase in production at Kincora required to satisfy the obligations of the company’s sales agreement with Australian Pacific LNG (APLNG). Last month, Amour entered the second phase of its supply agreement with APLNG and planned to sell …
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Santos extends Moomba agreements

The agreement extensions will allow raw gas from Beach’s western flank of the Cooper Basin and gas from Senex’s Vanessa project to be processed to sales gas quality using the Santos-operated Moomba gas facilities. The deal is expected to result in the production of up to 18 TJ of sales gas per day or 20 …
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Senex on track in Cooper Basin

The company completed a seven-day flow test at its Gemba-1 gas exploration well in South Australia, with the company reporting it had recovered 1.2 million m³ of gas and 88 barrels of liquids. Senex now reports a pre-drill estimate of 424 million m³ of ultimate gas recovery may be exceeded. The company will undertake an …
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Woodside, BHP and Chevron sign gas agreement with Alcoa

Beginning in 2020, the deals will see the three energy heavyweights supply 25 per cent of Alcoa’s gas requirements in WA from 2020. While certain details of the deal have not been disclosed, Chevron will supply about 64 PJ of gas over the term of the agreement, while Woodside will provide up to 36.4 PJ. …
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Real looks to convert resources at Windorah

Real reported the Tamaram-2 and Tamarama-3 wells located in ATP 927 licence area had seen continuous gas flows and both wells were now shut in for pressure build-up ahead of planned flow testing. These flow tests are expected to be conducted in the middle of January 2019. Real Managing Director Scott Brown said the company’s …
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Armour ramps up APLNG supply

The increase is part of the next stage of its gas sales agreement which Armour executed with APLNG in December 2016. The first stage of the agreement designed for gas sales during the restart and commissioning of the Kincora Gas Plant. With the plant having produced 9 TJ/d since February 2018, Armour will now enter …
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Mereenie and Palm Valley projects back online

Central had fast tracked the Northern Territory projects to maximise gas sales when commercial operations begin for the Northern Gas Pipeline (NGP) at the end of the year. The company reported all key processing and production equipment is installed and running, with the exception of the field boost compressor at Mereenie, which is currently undergoing …
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Woodside signs 20-year gas supply deal

The company signed a gas sale and purchase agreement with Perdaman for the supply of pipeline gas for a term of 20 years. Under the terms of the deal, Woodside will supply approximately 125 TJ of gas per day for use in Perdaman’s proposed urea plant on the Burrup Peninsula. The gas will primarily be …
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Key receives change of work program approval

Key Cooper Basin has successfully applied for a special amendment to the Authority to Prospect 920 and Authority to Prospect 924 work programs to the Queensland Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy. Under the new work program, Key will shift the majority of its focus to gas exploration of the Permian reservoirs, which lie …
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NWS signs gas deal with Browse, Chevron

The non-binding preliminary agreements will see the gas from the Browse JV and Chevron’s Clio-Acme fields processed through the North West Shelf (NWS) facilities on Western Australia’s Burrup Peninsula. Woodside CEO Peter Coleman said the deal will extend the operating life of the Karratha Gas Plant for decades, as well as make use of the …
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