Tagged With BG Group
BP edges closer to huge Oman tight-gas deal
22 June 2011
Should the project prove commercially viable, it would be “one of the largest projects in BP's portfolio"
Santos breaks ground at Gladstone LNG
27 May 2011
Building work at Santos’s started Gladstone liquefied natural gas (LNG) has begun in Queensland, Australia
Brazil banks on pre-salt bonanza to increase production
31 March 2011
Petrobras plans to double its oil production by 2020. Can it do it?
BG/Tokyo Gas sign Japan’s first CBM-to-LNG supply deal
10 March 2011
20-year deal will begin in 2015
Energy companies making a big-money bet on bigger LNG
24 February 2011
Big money is being bet on liquefied natural gas (LNG), with energy companies needing to spend trillions of dollars to find, extract, and ship increasing volumes to hungry markets
Oman mulls over tight-gas price
17 February 2011
Huge tight-gas reserves need higher prices to make projects economic
Australian CBM-LNG nears lift-off
28 October 2010
Environmental approval has paved the way for Australia’s, and the world’s, first coal-bed methane (CBM) to liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects
BG banks on Brazil and LNG
28 October 2010
With its LNG business expected to make nearly $2bn this year, BG's Brazilian operations are still making the headlines, writes NJ Watson
Made in Brazil
1 October 2009
Pre-salt legislation puts Petrobras centre stage
23 September 2009
President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva has put four laws before Congress that will give Petrobras control over the country's coveted pre-salt acreage and significantly reduce the private-sector's role
Trinidad gas boom under threat
1 December 2008
Trinidad and Tobago must find more gas if it is to expand its export business and local gas-based industries
BG buoyed by Brazil
1 August 2008
BG Group's attempt to buy Origin Energy has overshadowed a solid financial performance and significant reserves growth thanks to exploration success in Brazil
Egypt opts for pragmatism
1 March 2008
The Egyptian government says it will pay more for gas produced from deep water. Will that trigger a new era of development in the country's offshore? Derek Brower reports
Who's next?
1 May 2005