Tagged With Australia
Australian regulator sounds alarm over domestic gas prices
3 September 2020
The ACCC is struggling to ensure domestic consumers are offered terms that are even close to those available to export customers
Letter from Australia: Canberra’s gas vision in crisis
21 August 2020
Opposition politicians and media sniff blood over an economic revival strategy driven by natural gas, rather than renewables
Letter from Australia: Gas-fired recovery hits turbulence
10 July 2020
The Australian government’s vision is at risk of unravelling under intense scrutiny
Australian upstream rejects politicians’ call for A$4 gas
8 July 2020
Producers insist the costs of producing gas domestically—as well as prevailing spot prices—significantly exceed the historic benchmark price level
Pluto’s second train may be Chevron NWS sale casualty
26 June 2020
The major’s decision to seek a buyer for its Australian liquefaction stake could be the harbinger of further realignment in feedgas projects
PE Live: Regulation needs to catch up with hydrogen development
24 June 2020
The rapid emergence of hydrogen as a potential major fuel and energy storage medium means regulation will need to be overhauled—and certain countries are already taking an early lead.
Arrow Energy hits Surat project target
24 April 2020
Co-owners Shell and PetroChina take FID, against the global trend, to cover looming Australian east coast supply shortfall and feed LNG exports
Australia’s largest producers join the cutback bandwagon
2 April 2020
Developers have begun delaying new gas projects in response to oil price pressures and further capex cuts may be necessary
Heathrow ruling endangers projects globally
31 March 2020
A UK court’s rejection of Heathrow Airport’s expansion policy as invalid on climate change grounds has implications for major projects globally
Australia rejoins road to shale riches
28 February 2020
Shale gas developers are beginning to ramp up their exploration efforts following the end of a freeze on fracking approvals in the Northern Territory
Australian emission plans will fuel expansion of gas-to-power
16 February 2020
New South Wales will rely on coal seam gas and/or imported LNG to form the core of its plan to reduce emissions and electricity prices
LNG feedgas projects face carbon risk
27 September 2019
Australian upstream projects to extend LNG plant lifespans will need to consider carbon emissions impacts
The great game for Greater Sunrise
24 September 2019
Timor-Leste is caught between the competing interests of two major Asia-Pacific powers
Big names target Australian renewables
27 June 2019
Falling solar and battery storage costs, combined with a desire to save on infill gas use, are luring majors into Australia’s renewables generation sector
Australia finds more gas for home and abroad
18 June 2019
Santos’ discovery of a sizeable gas column in the Northern Carnarvon Basin should boost the NWS venture’s expansion plans
LNG in firing line of climate advocacy
9 May 2019
Energy firms are coming under increasing pressure to take radical steps to reduce emissions
Petronas on an upward trajectory
29 April 2019
The company is balancing its upstream ambitions with government debt obligations, while finalising a key domestic downstream project
Discord in Australian LNG damages Asia export hopes
7 December 2018
Broad collaboration is essential if a new wave of Australian LNG projects is to be competitive
Exploration is back on the agenda in Australia
8 November 2018
A landmark energy report warns that Australia must go back to drilling
Australian shale play faces rocky ride
9 October 2018
The Northern Territory, a key LNG centre, holds huge reserves of shale gas. But will regulations stifle development?
Australia’s Dorado: A black gold bonanza
9 October 2018
After three decades without sizable discoveries, Western Australia is now the country’s most exciting exploration province
Australia's gas race has begun
2 October 2018
Three potential LNG projects are competing to fill eastern Australia's gas-demand supply gap
Australia's LNG comes of age
2 October 2018
Western Australia has the potential resources and infrastructure to supply the world with LNG for decades
OMV provides faint light in Yemen gloom
13 August 2018
Austria's OMV, the first IOC to return to Yemen since the war started, has resumed limited exports
Oz awaits coronation
29 June 2018
Australia expected to become world's largest LNG exporter next year, as buyers line up
Hydrogen scales up
8 June 2018
The potential for the widespread use of hydrogen as a zero-emission fuel is gaining traction in Asia