The Western Australia-based specialist pipeline construction contractor continues to service the industry with its ample offerings.
Founded in 1978, AMS has grown from a four-person organisation in Melbourne to a large team with offices all over Australia.
Oil Search has recorded a $371.3 million loss in its recently released first half results.
Time is running out to submit a nomination for the APGA Annual Awards.
Shipman King continues to expand its product range on the back of nearly 100 years’ experience in the oil and gas industry.
Nacap is currently undertaking an essential condensate pipeline project in Papua New Guinea.
New analysis says cuts to oil and gas investment budgets will result in a major reduction in greenfield tenders for contractors to compete for.
Oil Search has launched an equity raising initiative to help the company survive the current oil price crash.
Oil Search and Santos are both cutting jobs as the companies look to survive the COVID-19 pandemic and the oil price crash.
The Papua New Guinea Government has reportedly abandoned negotiations for a new gas development with ExxonMobil.
INNIO Waukesha Gas Engines has appointed Valmec as a gas compression provider for the Australian region.
The Papua New Guinea Government is seeking to renegotiate the terms of the Papua LNG gas agreement.
The Papua LNG Project Joint Venture (JV) partners have signed a gas agreement with the Papua New Guinea (PNG) Government.
Woodside Petroleum has indicated it could be prepared to invest in part of the Greater Sunrise Joint Venture (JV) located in the Timor Sea.
Oil Search has recorded a significant first half drop in profits and production levels resulting from the PNG earthquake earlier this year.
Oil Search’s Agogo Production Facility in Papua New Guinea has recommenced operation following the completion of repair work.
Since resuming activity in late April after the February Highlands earthquake, Oil Search’s LNG project in Papua New Guinea has performed strongly with a 12 per cent second quarter increase in total production.
ExxonMobil Papua New Guinea (PNG) is investigating reports of pipeline vandalism on its Angore gas pipeline construction project.
ExxonMobil, operator of the PNG LNG Project, has restarted production safely following a shutdown of operations after a severe earthquake on 26 February.
Following a 7.5 magnitude earthquake in Papua New Guinea last week, sources say ExxonMobil has declared force majeure for LNG exports from the PNG LNG Project.
Kumul Petroleum Holdings Limited (KPHL) has signed a binding Heads of Agreement (HoA) with Total for the joint marketing and sale of their shares of LNG and condensates to be produced from the Papua LNG Project.
As operator of two of the four licences that will comprise the Western Province gas aggregation scheme, Horizon Oil has progressed planning for the proposed Western LNG Project in Papua New Guinea.
Oil Search’s December 2017 quarterly report has revealed that it has broken a company production record.
The Papua New Guinea (PNG) Government has begun paying landowners their royalties in relation to ExxonMobil’s PNG LNG Project.
Kumul Petroleum, Papua New Guinea's national oil and gas company, has executed an agreement with KBR for a feasibility study for an energy hub in the Kikori region of the Gulf Province, Papua New Guinea (PNG).
The Supreme Court of the Yukon has granted a final order approving the arrangement between InterOil and ExxonMobil.