$11.4m hydrogen facility approved

The approval of AGN’s development application for its hydrogen production facility is the vital first step to commence construction at Hydrogen Park SA (HyP SA). AGN received a $4.9 million grant from the SA Government’s Renewable Technology Fund to build and operate the project which will split water into oxygen and hydrogen gas before being …
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New era for Central Petroleum

According to its annual report, the past 12 months have seen Central expand its gas production facilities at Mereenie and Palm Valley, begin its next phase of exploration activities at the Dukas-1 well and the Range project and continued to keep stakeholder engagement at the forefront of its key focuses. Alongside these achievements, the company …
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Santos awards major Barossa contract

Santos has contracted href=”https://allseas.com/” target=”_blank”>Allseas Group for the engineering, procurement, construction and installation of the 260 km gas export pipeline. The pipeline will tie the Barossa gas field, located 300 km north of Darwin, into the existing Bayu Undan to Darwin Pipeline. Currently, the Barossa project is in its front-end engineering phase and includes a …
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EPA recommends compliance start date

The WA EPA was tasked with inquiring into the date at which Chevron would be accountable for the carbon dioxide injection system and has since offered a recommendation. Chevron’s system was a key foundation for the original approval of the Gorgon Gas Development, located on Barrow Island in WA. “The EPA has recommended the compliance …
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Armour commences major activities

The Myall Creek North 1 (MCN1) developmental well, located in Armour’s 100 per cent owned PL511, was spudded earlier this week. The MCN1 well is being used to assess both the conventional and tight-gas potential of the demonstrated working hydrocarbon system in the prolific Myall Creek Field, specifically the regional Permian and Triassic reservoirs. Once …
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Glenaras reaches significant milestone

Galilee’s 100 per cent owned and operated Glenaras multilateral pilot program in the Galilee Basin has achieved a measured gas flow of 15–20 Mscd in aggregate. These gas rates, measured via orifice plate meters at each well, are steadily increasing as fluid levels in the wells are reduced further. Galilee Managing Director Peter Lansom said …
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Dorado-3 flow test exceeds expectations

Earlier this month, joint venture partners Carnarvon Petroleum and aria-label=” (opens in a new tab)” href=”https://www.santos.com/” target=”_blank”>Santos were preparing to undertake flow testing at the Baxter reservoir, the deepest Dorado-3 appraisal well reservoir. Carnarvon Managing Director Adrian Cook said the recently completed flow tests showed initial results comfortably exceeding pre-test expectations. The flow rate achieved …
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Cooper Energy awarded Otway Basin permit

VIC/P76 comprises an area of 162 km2  in the offshore Otway Basin, surrounded by commercial gas discoveries, including the rel=”noreferrer noopener” aria-label=” (opens in a new tab)”>recently discovered Annie gas field that adjoins the western boundary. Cooper Energy has identified several amplitude-supported prospects thanks to the good quality 3D seismic data covering most of the …
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Court backs State Gas for Reid’s Dome

The equity stakes for Reid’s Dome have been in dispute this year, with a final decision being ruled this week in the Supreme Court of Queensland. State Gas Limited was successful in its acquisition of the final 20 per cent interest in PL 231 and the Reid’s Dome Joint Venture from Dome Petroleum Resources Plc …
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