Shell looks to secure gas deals

The AFR says Shell is looking to get on the front foot before proposed LNG import projects – AGL’s Crib Point facility and Australian Industrial Energy’s NSW LNG import project – can snap up the lion’s share of industrial customers. “Our team in Shell Energy Australia is reaching out to all wholesale, commercial and industrial …
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Senex identifies development priorities

In September 2017, Senex was awarded prime CSG acreage by the Queensland Government, known as Project Atlas. The acreage contains 201 PJ of recoverable gas from highly productive coal seams, which is scheduled to be delivered to the domestic east coast market from 2019. The accelerated development of Project Atlas along with the Western Surat …
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Origin to cut jobs in Lattice sale

According to the Australian, Origin’s only producing assets after it completes the Lattice sale are the CSG fields in Queensland that supply the Australia Pacific LNG (APLNG) Project, in which Origin has 50:50 interest with ConocoPhillips. “The loss of jobs is never a decision taken lightly and we are putting considerable effort into completing this …
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Qatar still leading the way

Presently, Qatar accounts for 20.3 per cent of the total global LNG liquefaction capacity. The country has eight active LNG liquefaction terminals. Currently there are no planned and announced projects that would start operations during 2018 to 2021. Australia has 19.7 per cent share in the global LNG liquefaction capacity in 2018, and has nine …
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Queensland’s supply secured

Queensland Energy Minister Dr Anthony Lynham was at Swanbank as the 15-year-old unit fully fired up after three years in cold storage. “This will help ensure security of supply in Queensland and help reduce wholesale prices this summer,” said Dr Lynham. “Swanbank will pump out an extra 385 MW of power over the summer peak …
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Arrow delivers monster gas deal

Under the 27-year deal, uncontracted gas from Arrow’s Surat Basin fields in Queensland would flow to the QCLNG Project on Curtis Island, which will then sell the gas to local customers as well as exporting it. Arrow Energy CEO Qian Mingyang said the company’s equal shareholders, PetroChina and Shell, had approved Arrow’s execution of a …
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Charlie cooking with gas

The opening ceremony was attended by Shell’s Vice President for QGC, Tony Nunan with Western Downs Regional Council Mayor, Paul McVeigh.

The Charlie project, which Read more

Santos eyeing gas development

The four core assets identified by Santos are located in Papua New Guinea (Western LNG development), Queensland (Eastern Queensland gas), Northern Australia (Barossa) and Narrabri. Narrabri The controversial CSG project in NSW has returned to Santos’ core asset portfolio as new sources for east coast gas supply are marked for development. The environmental impact statement …
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APLNG supplies domestic market

The 14-month contract starts on Wednesday 1 November and comprises 4 PJ in 2017, and 37 PJ in 2018.

This new contract increases APLNG’s total Read more