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Coral South floating liquefied natural gas project, Mozambique

By: Sheila Barradas     20th April 2018 Coral FLNG SA plans to develop five-trillion cubic feet of gas in the deep waters of the Rovuma basin. 

North Field expansion onshore facilities project, Qatar

By: Sheila Barradas     20th April 2018 Qatargas is developing the largest single nonassociated gasfield in the world. 

Santos production falls in Q1

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     19th April 2018 Planned maintenance has seen oil and gas major Santos’ first-quarter production decline by 1.2-million barrels of oil equivalent, compared with the previous quarter, to 13.8-million barrels of oil equivalent. The ASX-listed major told shareholders on Wednesday that planned maintenance in Moomba... 

Woodside plans Pluto LNG expansion

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     18th April 2018 Australian oil and gas major Woodside Petroleum has flagged plans to accelerate the development of the Scarborough gas field through an expansion of the Pluto liquefied natural gas (LNG) project. Woodside in March acquired ExxonMobil’s interest in the Scarborough gas field, taking its interest... 

Gorgon Stage 2 gets approval

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     16th April 2018 The Western Australian state government has welcomed a decision by US energy major Chevron to proceed with the second stage of the Gorgon project expansion, off the coast of Western Australia. Premier Mark McGowan said Chevron's subsea development at the Gorgon natural gas project will create... 

Mining billionaire backs outback gas pipeline to ease power woes

By: Bloomberg     13th April 2018 Billionaire Andrew Forrest is studying a proposed 1 500-mile (2 400-km) transcontinental natural gas pipeline as part of his iron ore company’s strategy to diversify and to boost Australia’s power supply network. Fortescue Metals Group Ltd. confirmed it has undertaken work for a duct that would... 

ExxonMobil restarts quake-hit PNG LNG ops ahead of schedule

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     13th April 2018 The Papua New Guinea liquefied natural gas (PNG LNG) project has restarted production ahead of schedule, following the 7.5 magnitude earthquake in the country’s highlands in February. Project operator ExxonMobil reported on Friday that one train was currently operating at the LNG plant near Port... 

India proposes bringing LNG terminals within the PNGRB regulatory framework

By: Ajoy K Das     11th April 2018 India’s upstream oil and gas sector regulator, Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board (PNGRB), has proposed to bring all new liquefied natural gas (LNG) storage and regasification projects under its regulatory framework. The regulator’s draft 'Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board... 

LNG to underpin Australia’s export earnings growth

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     9th April 2018 Australia’s resources and energy export earnings are expected to reach a record A$230-billion in 2017/18, as liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports increased. The Department of Industry, Innovation and Science has reported in the March 2018 edition of the Resources and Energy Quarterly that LNG is... 

NT resources projects to benefit from govt investment

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     6th April 2018 Major resource projects in the Northern Territory are set to benefit from more investment by the state government. The territory government announced plans to invest an additional A$2.44-million over the next two years, to attract and deliver new projects to boost the region’s economy, and to... 

Coal drives Queensland exports

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     6th April 2018 New data by the Queensland Treasury has shown that the value of the state’s exports had increased by A$10.3-million over the last 12 months, to A$70-billion, with coal accounting for the lion’s share of this growth. Coal exports increased by more than 19% during the year, or A$4.8-billion, the... 

Gas seen playing key role in Africa’s decentralised power landscape

By: Schalk Burger     30th March 2018 Africa is aiming to raise its installed power generation capacity by 250 GW by 2030. Liquefied natural gas (LNG) can serve as a baseload energy source and gas-powered generation assets can be built modularly and scaled up as use increases, says modular infrastructure, engineering services and gas... 

WA resources sales surge

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     29th March 2018 Western Australia’s resources sector saw a 16% surge in sales revenue during 2017, to reach A$108.8-billion, as iron-ore prices increased, liquefied natural gas (LNG) volumes grew and gold output remained strong. The Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety reported on Thursday that... 

Liquefied natural gas bunker vessel, northern Europe

By: Sheila Barradas     23rd March 2018 Total Marine Fuels Global Solutions is building a 18 600 m3 liquefied natural gas bunker vessel.  

BC govt unveils tax incentives to induce Kitimat LNG development

By: Henry Lazenby     22nd March 2018 The British Columbia minority government on Thursday unveiled several measures to entice natural gas development in Kitimat, where LNG Canada is working towards a development decision on a new C$40-billion terminal that will process and ship liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Asian markets.... 

US LNG firms lament bad timing of steel tariffs and China trade spat

By: Reuters     22nd March 2018 The Trump administration's planned steel tariffs and a potential trade battle with China could hurt US liquefied natural gas companies just as a new wave of developments in the fast-growing market is gaining steam, company executives say. China is the fastest growing major buyer of LNG, making... 

Nopsema approves Barossa-Caldita plans

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     21st March 2018 The Barossa-Caldita offshore project has taken a major step forward with Australia’s offshore petroleum regulator approving the project proposal. Oil and gas major Santos on Wednesday reported that the National Offshore Petroleum Safety and Environment Management Authority (Nopsema) had assess... 

Free State natural gas project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     16th March 2018 Renergen expects to become a significant global producer of helium when its Virginia project starts production in 2019. 

McGowan announces LNG jobs taskforce

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     14th March 2018 The Western Australian state government has established a dedicated taskforce focused on the liquefied natural gas (LNG) sector. Premier Mark McGowan on Wednesday used the Australasian Oil and Gas expo, in Perth, to announce the establishment of the jobs taskforce, which will be focused on... 

South Africa to become eighth country to export helium by 2019 – Renergen

By: Marleny Arnoldi     12th March 2018 Alternative and renewable energy investment firm Renergen expects to become a significant global producer of helium when its Virginia project starts production in 2019.  

Energy execs says tariff gambit could hit shale, LNG project costs

By: Reuters     7th March 2018 Energy executives say the Trump administration's proposed steel and aluminum tariffs could bump up the cost of big-ticket projects needed for rapidly rising US shale oil and gas output by three to 10%. Higher construction costs could slow growth in production and exports of crude and natural gas... 

PNG LNG to remain closed for eight weeks following earthquake

By: Simone Liedtke     5th March 2018 The Papua New Guinea (PNG) LNG facility, which is part owned by ASX-listed Santos, is expected to remain closed for about eight weeks following a February 26 earthquake. Santos, which has a 13.5% interest in PNG LNG, noted on Monday that it has been advised by the PNG LNG operator that, following... 

ACCC proposes joint gas marketing in Northern Territory

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     2nd March 2018 The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has released a draft determination proposing to authorise joint gas marketing arrangements between joint venture partners ASX-listed Central Petroleum and Macquarie Mereenie for their Mereenie oil- and gasfield, located in the Amadeus... 

M&R’s oil and gas unit turns to ‘complementary markets’ amid project slowdown

By: Terence Creamer     1st March 2018 The oil and gas unit of engineering and construction group Murray & Roberts (M&R) is actively pursuing projects in “complementary markets”, owing to a slowdown in new project activity in the Australasian oil and gas sector. The value of M&R’s oil and gas order book has fallen to below R4-billion,... 

Total targets final decisions on Myanmar, Côte d'Ivoire LNG projects this year

By: Reuters     28th February 2018 France's Total expects to take a final investment decision (FID) on liquefied natural gas (LNG) import projects in Myanmar and Côte d'Ivoire this year as part of the oil major's expansion into emerging markets, an executive said on Wednesday. Jean-Pierre Mateille, vice president of trading at... 

Santos launches $750m Queensland gas project

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     27th February 2018 Domestic gas supply and regional jobs in Queensland are set to gain considerably with Santos GLNG investing $900-million in upstream gas developments in Maranoa, Western Downs, Central Highlands and Banana this year. As well as upstream developments around the Fairview, Scotia and Arcadia... 

Sustainable engineering and project services from WorleyParsons Mozambique Lda

     26th February 2018 With East Africa emerging as a significant oil and gas region, WorleyParsons is seeing renewed interest in countries such as Mozambique. In recent years the company’s presence in the country has transformed from a project support office into a standalone business with the head office in Maputo... 

Russians, Saudis may go beyond oil alliance with LNG project

By: Bloomberg     15th February 2018 Russia and Saudi Arabia are seeking ways to amplify the success they’ve had working together to manage the oil market by reaching new energy deals, including one on liquefied natural gas. Signing a memorandum, Russian gas producer Novatek and Saudi oil giant Aramco agreed to consider teaming up... 

Three months to first gold at Dalgaranga project

By: Schalk Burger     15th February 2018 Construction of the Dalgaranga gold project, in Western Australia, is on budget and ahead of schedule with first gold expected in May, ASX-listed gold exploration and development company Gascoyne Resources reported on Thursday. Construction of the 2.5-million-ton-a-year Dalgaranga processing... 

Woodside lashes out at South Korea's Kogas over disputed LNG contract

By: Reuters     14th February 2018 Australia's Woodside Petroleum on Wednesday lashed out at Korea Gas Corp (Kogas) over a dispute it has with the South Korean company, saying KOGAS owes it money for an expired liquefied natural gas (LNG) contract from the North West Shelf Project. CEO Peter Coleman of Woodside Petroleum,... 

Woodside buys ExxonMobil’s Scarborough field stake, announces A$2.5bn share sale

By: Mariaan Webb     14th February 2018 Australian oil and gas producer Woodside on Wednesday announced that it had entered into a binding agreement to buy ExxonMobil’s share of the Scarborough gas field, in the Carnavon basin as part of a A$2.5-billion share sale. The transaction involves an additional 50% interest in WA-1-R, which... 

Yamal liquefied natural gas project, Russia

By: Sheila Barradas     2nd February 2018 The project is one of the biggest liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects in the world and is expected to supply 16.5-million tons of LNG a year. 

The growing importance of Gas in the Africa Mix, latest market trends

     1st February 2018 The 3rd Africa Gas Forum will be taking place on Monday, 19th February 2018 at the Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa, and is affiliated to African Energy Indaba (AEI) as an official side event. With African economic growth in 2018 making a recovery after a difficult year,... 

Gascoyne clinches long-term LNG deal for Dalgaranga project

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     31st January 2018 ASX-listed Gascoyne Resources, through its 100%-owned subsidiary GNT Resources, has executed a long-term liquefied natural gas (LNG) fuel supply agreement with Evol, a fully-owned subsidiary of the Wesfarmers group. The locally sourced LNG provides the lowest-cost and lowest-emissions fuel... 

Egypt to halt imports of LNG by end of FY 2017/18 – Petroleum Minister

By: Reuters     29th January 2018 Egypt plans to stop importing liquefied natural gas (LNG) by the end of the 2017/18 fiscal year ending in June as it speeds up production at recently discovered gasfields, Petroleum Minister Tarek El Molla said on Saturday. Egypt said previously that it would halt imports by the start of 2019. 

China unveils vision for 'Polar Silk Road' across Arctic

By: Reuters     26th January 2018 China on Friday outlined its ambitions to extend President Xi Jinping's signature Belt and Road Initiative to the Arctic by developing shipping lanes opened up by global warming. Releasing its first official Arctic policy white paper, China said it would encourage enterprises to build... 

Articulated tug and barge, US

By: Sheila Barradas     26th January 2018 Quality Liquefied Natural Gas Transport is building a 4 000-m3-capacity articulated tug and barge. 

Santos turnaround delivers strong operating performance

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     24th January 2018 A turnaround strategy to deliver a low-cost, reliable and high-performance business at ASX-listed natural gas producer Santos' operations during 2017 progressed ahead of expectations, with the company now being stronger and more resilient, MD and CEO Kevin Gallagher said on Wednesday. "In 2017,... 

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