The FSRU will operate at the Port Kembla Energy Terminal in Wollongong NSW, which is being developed by AIE.
The federal government has announced the release of the first full National Gas and Infrastructure Plan (NGIP) as well the Future Gas Infrastructure Investment Framework.
The $890 million deal has been extended twice already.
Plans for the Pilbara Hydrogen Hub involve the development of a hydrogen or ammonia pipeline connecting the Maitland and Barrup strategic industrial areas.
The Australian Pipelines and Gas Association (APGA) welcomes the release of the National Gas Infrastructure Plan (NGIP) and Future Gas Infrastructure Investment Framework.
Delorean Corporation have announced it welcomes the Australian Government’s Bioenergy Roadmap.
An opportunity has arisen to acquire an established gas and utility infrastructure company with a long history in the gas services industry.
Final investment decisions (FID) have been made, approving Woodside's Scarborough and Pluto Train 2 developments, including new domestic gas facilities and upgrades to Pluto Train 1.
Comdain Infrastructure has been awarded a significant contract extension by one of its long-term partners, Victorian gas distributor Multinet Gas Networks (Multinet).
Fortescue Future Industries' (FFI) first global Green Energy Manufacturing (GEM) centre has obtained planning approval from the Queensland Government.
The green hydrogen comes from Jemena’s $15 m Western Sydney Green Hydrogen Hub, which is co-funded by the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA).
The paper entitled ‘Regulating gas pipelines under uncertainty’ outlines how decarbonisation objectives will affect the regulations around gas pipelines into the future.
Woodside has entered into a $7.6 billion agreement with Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP) for the sale of interests in gas venture Pluto Train 2.
Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) has announced they are partnering with Papua New Guinea (PNG) to develop several large-scale green energy and hydrogen projects.
The site is located in the Austrak business park, in the Bell Bay area of northern Tasmania, where Woodside and Austrak have made an exclusive agreement for a long-term lease.
Senex Energy has agreed to buy two undeveloped gas fields from the Australia Pacific LNG venture for A$80 million.
Beach Energy has announced the resignation of managing director and chief executive officer Matt Kay.
Santos has released a new timetable update in relation to the merger implementation deed (MID) with Oil Search.
The Australian Gas and Infrastructure Group (AGIG) has appointed Craig de Laine as chief executive officer (CEO), replacing Ben Wilson as he returns to the United Kingdom.
The Australian Government has joined much of the rest of the world in setting an official date to reach net zero carbon emissions.
Energy advisory firm EnergyQuest released its independent monthly LNG report for September, noting the ongoing volatility in gas price and demand.
Vacuworx has released a video demonstrating its vacuum lifters at work at the Northern Goldfields Interconnect lay down yard.
In collaboration with the Western Australian Government, Woodside has revealed its plans to establish a mega hydrogen and ammonia production facility near Perth.
The ROSEN Group has opened its first hydrogen test laboratory at the Lingen site in Germany, where the company intends to research repurposing gas infrastructure for hydrogen.
Future Fuels CRC’s latest broad-scale modelling has found that economic and job growth will result from the transition to net zero in 2050.
APA Group has welcomed the release of the New South Wales Government’s Hydrogen Strategy, stating it is committed to helping the state in its ambition to decarbonise.