The Australian Pipeline Industry Association has high expectations for the next decade.
The Chief Executive of the APIA, Cheryl Cartwright said that they expect $10 billion worth of high pressure gas pipelines to be b...
Santos is getting ready to sell 15% of its stake in a Gladstone liquefied natural gas project before it commits to the first phase later this year. The third largest oil and gas producing company in Australia is calling for a trading halt as it enters negotiations with Total.
Origin Energy (ASX:ORG) wishes to build a multi-billion dollar LNG plant with partner ConocoPhillips. The liquefied natural gas plant is one of almost a dozen scheduled to start up in Australia by the year 2016.
Woodside Petroleum (ASX:WPL), the Australian petroleum exploration and production company, has delayed its decision on the proposed expansion of the Pluto LNG project despite announcing a half yearly profit of nearly $1 billion.
In what must be an extremely satisfying exploratory run Woodside Petroleum (ASX: WPL) has made a second gas discovery off the northwest coast of Australia within two days. The future investment in the Pluto Project which was earlier up for consideration is now a foregone conclusion.
Woodside Petroleum Ltd (ASX:WPL), shares rose to a one month high after gaining 2.5 % after its Alaric-1 prospect offshore intersected gas pays over several zones.
Yet another pre-election promise involves setting up a single national regulatory body for the oil and gas industry as per Resources Minister Martin Ferguson.
The residents of Tara west, Brisbane are blocking the Queensland Gas Company (QGC) from conducting seismic testing in the Surat Basin north west of Toowoomba. They have been joined by environmental group Friends of the Earth in their endeavor.
Linc Energy (ASX:LNC) is likely to get some help from a partner to build its first commercial plant in Australia. The Managing Director Peter Bond said that they were still about two years away from commercialising their underground coal gasification technology.
Tony Hayward the Chief Executive of BP is set to be replaced by Robert Dudley. The disaster of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico seems to be claiming more than just sea and plant life.