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APA secures gas transportation service with Senex

APA Group has reached agreement on a new gas transportation service with Senex Energy for the delivery of gas through APA’s Wallumbilla Gas Hub, South West Queensland Pipeline and Carpentaria Gas Pipeline to APA’s Diamantina Power Station in Mount Isa. The gas transportation service, which will commence on January 1, 2022, reinforces the critical role …
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WA Gov backs APA hydrogen pipeline

APA Group has received a $300,000 boost for its world-leading hydrogen research in Western Australia. The company’s research proposes to test the ability of 43-kilometres of Parmelia Gas Pipeline to carry up to 100 per cent hydrogen. Following promising results from the first phase of testing, the WA Government has awarded funding for the project under …
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NOPSEMA assesses Gorgon, Jansz pipeline

The national petroleum regulator is assessing Chevron Australia’s environment plan for the activities associated with the commissioning, start-up and operation of the Gorgon and Jansz feed gas pipeline and wells offshore WA. Outlined in its environment plan to NOPSEMA, the Jansz–Io gas fields are located within production licenses WA‐36‐L, WA‐39‐L and WA‐40‐L 200 km off …
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New study to unlock potential of Bowen Basin

KPMG, in partnership with GHD and Netherland, Swell & Associates, have been contracted by the Queensland Government to deliver a concept study for a gas pipeline to unlock the Bowen Basin. Resources Minister Scott Stewart said the initial concept phase of the $5 million Bowen Basin pipeline study is underway and would investigate potential pipeline …
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Santos locks in Nacap for pipeline contract

Nacap has been awarded the Barrolka to Durham Downs replacement pipeline project by Santos, located in Queensland.  The company has been contracted to deliver the project which involves 2 km of DN200 steel gas pipeline plus associated end of line facilities in southwest Queensland.   Nacap is excited and looks forward to delivering this project safely and …
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Kalium commissions Beyondie gas power station

Kalium Lakes has reached a milestone at the Beyondie sulphate of potash project in Western Australia with the commissioning and performance testing of the gas power station. The company reported that it has completed the commissioning of the Beyondie SOP project’s 7.5MW power station. Following on-site performance testing, each of the three 2.5MW gas engines …
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APA unlocks expansion for east coast grid

APA Group has recached a final investment decision (FID) on the east coast grid expansion project due to strong customer demands for transportation capacity, coupled with existing contracted positions and available capacity. The expansion will be delivered in two stages and at a capital investment of around $270 million. It will increase winter peak capacity …
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Energy Ministers agree to gas pipeline reforms

Federal Minister for Energy and Emissions Reduction Angus Taylor has announced a major package of reforms for natural gas pipeline regulation aimed at reducing costs of transportation and delivered gas. The reforms are also set to improve access to pipelines and facilitate more effective competition in the gas market. The reforms agreed through a decision by the …
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Green gas on the cards for SA

The South Australian gas network has taken a historic step after being given the green light to blend biogas into its natural gas network. Minster for Mineral Resources and Energy Dan van Holst Pellekaan said this means that along with putting 5 per cent hydrogen from Australia’s largest green electrolyser at Tonsley into the network …
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West Barracouta gas now in action

Esso Australia, on behalf of its joint venture partner BHP, has advised that the West Barracouta project, located offshore Victoria, has been commissioned and is now delivering gas to eastern Australia. The Gippsland joint venture reported that the West Barracouta project is one of the largest proven undeveloped gas fields off the south-eastern Australian coast. …
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