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16 August 2017
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Woodside reveals development plans

Woodside has recorded a half-year profit of US$507 million (AU$647 million), 49 per cent higher than the first half of 2016, marking a significant result for the company.

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16 August 2017
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Australia’s LNG sector must control costs: Deloitte

Australia’s LNG sector must fundamentally rethink its approach and operating model if it is to compete in the global marketplace, according to Deloitte’s leading oil and gas analyst.

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14 August 2017
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Ichthys FPSO arrives in Australian waters

The Ichthys LNG Project’s Floating Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO) facility has safely arrived in Australian waters after leaving South Korea roughly a month ago.

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11 August 2017
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Gas

Crib Point selected by AGL for import facility

AGL has selected Crib Point at Western Port Bay in Victoria as its preferred site for a gas import jetty and pipeline.

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10 August 2017
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Gas

Early bird gets the worm

Don’t miss the 2017 APGA Convention and Exhibition. Take advantage of the early bird registration now.

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8 August 2017
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Sole pipeline a step nearer

Manufacturing of 65 km of subsea line pipe has begun for Cooper Energy’s Sole Gas Field development, as has HDD works for the shoreline crossing for the offshore gas pipeline.

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8 August 2017
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Victorian council votes for jobs and energy security

The Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association (APPEA) welcomes calls for a resumption in conventional gas exploration and production in Victoria.

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8 August 2017
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Operational phase of APLNG lenders’ test complete

Origin Energy has confirmed the conclusion of the 90-day operational phase of the two-train project finance lender’s test for Australia Pacific LNG (APLNG).

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8 August 2017
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LogiCamms eyeing expansion

LogiCamms’ recent restructure cut company overheads by $6.6 million; the company is now looking to increase its workforce to meet client demand.

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8 August 2017
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Gas

ExxonMobil buys massive Bass prospect

ExxonMobil has secured one of the largest potential gas prospects in Australian waters, after buying the Dory Field in the Bass Strait.

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7 August 2017
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Vale Keith Fitzgerald

The Australian Pipelines and Gas Association (APGA) is sad to announce the passing of one of its Life Members, and an original Australian Pipeline Contractors Association founder, Keith Fitzgerald.

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4 August 2017
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Featured

We can’t regulate our way back to $3 per GJ: McCormack

APA Group CEO and Managing Director Mick McCormack has warned that hastily implemented gas pipeline regulations will not solve Australia’s energy problems.

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4 August 2017
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Time to focus on the tough issues in energy policy: APGA

APGA has called for the end to ad hoc decision making in the energy sector following the introduction of new regulatory measures without appropriate consultation and scrutiny.

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26 July 2017
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People

Canavan resigns from cabinet following dual citizenship debacle

Federal Resources Minister Matt Canavan has resigned from cabinet after he received confirmation he is an Italian citizen, making him ineligible for election.

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25 July 2017
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Gas

Export controls risk jeopardising future gas supply: APPEA

Restricting gas exports to boost domestic supply is likely to be counterproductive, the Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association (APPEA) has warned.

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24 July 2017
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260 km QLD water pipeline project receives approval

Nathan Dam, a SunWater proposed dam to supply water for industrial development and urban communities in Central Queensland, has been granted environmental approvals, marking a significant milestone in determining the viability of the Nathan Dam and pipelines project.

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24 July 2017
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IEA head slams Australian states’ policy on natural gas

Australia needs a “long-term fix” to encourage gas supply and lower prices, International Energy Agency Executive Director Dr Fatih Birol has said in an exclusive interview with The Weekend Australian.

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21 July 2017
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From the Magazine

Woodside reveals details of Karratha plant overall

Valued at $6 billion, Woodside Petroleum’s planned overhaul of the North West Shelf LNG plant will extend the life of the asset by 20 years.

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21 July 2017
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Belgravia prospect update: Atwood Osprey on tow to commence drilling Swell-1 well

The Atwood Osprey drill rig will target an undrilled Triassic fault block, located offshore Western Australia, which contains an estimated 440 Bcf of gas and 18 Mmbbl of condensate.

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20 July 2017
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Empire appoints new CEO

Empire Oil and Gas has appointed Angus Walker as CEO, with current CEO Ken Aitken stepping down immediately.

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20 July 2017
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Horizon increases PNG position

Horizon Oil has increased its interest in Papua New Guinea’s Western Foreland gas fields by around 28 per cent.

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19 July 2017
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LNG exports surge ahead: EnergyQuest

Australia’s LNG exports are forecast to grow 22.6 per cent in the current 2017-2018 financial year (FY18) after a robust performance in the 12 months to June 30 this year.

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19 July 2017
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Jemena appoints CFO

Jemena has appointed David Gillespie as Chief Financial Officer following an extensive six-month global search.

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19 July 2017
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LogiCamms and Dassault join forces

LogiCamms and Dassault Systèmes have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to jointly pursue technical and business opportunities.

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19 July 2017
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Gas

Ichthys FPSO coming in hot

The INPEX-operated Ichthys LNG Project’s floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) facility – Ichthys Venturer – safely sailed away yesterday evening from waters near its construction site in Okpo, South Korea, en route to Australia.

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17 July 2017
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Policy

Pipelines an easy target: APGA

The Australian Pipelines and Gas Association (APGA) is dismayed that Energy Ministers have brought forward reforms to pipeline operations and foreshadowed even more regulation in what is a small part of the energy sector without sufficient consideration of the consequences.

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