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Success (and failure) of Australia’s LNG industry


OIL and medicine do not have much in common but when it comes to Australia’s LNG industry, Slugcatcher can see a connection which lies in a dark joke about a doctor describing an operation as a great success, unfortunately the patient died.
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The problem with declaring mission accomplished


The problems confronting unconventional oil


Scene set for Cooper Basin takeover action


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PREMIUM FEATURES 
WoodMac concerned by LNG shortfall


THE transition of the Australian LNG industry from construction to production continues apace, with the first cargo from the world's inaugural CSG-LNG train delivered at Queensland Curtis LNG in January; however, a further 55MMtpa of LNG capacity under construction from an additional 13 trains will probably fail to meet expected targets by 2019.
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Exclusive: Chesapeake founder eyes Pangaea riches


The renaissance of the Perth Basin


Iranian wildcard tempers recovery hopes


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TECHNICAL & PRODUCT 
New cyber threat tackled


ENERGY management and automation specialist Schneider Electric has launched its Tricon CX system for safety and critical control applications across the oil and gas, power, refining, chemicals, pharmaceutical and biotech industries.
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Weatherford ups ante


Daring data revolution


Distributed data collection made easy


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LIQUIFIED NATURAL GAS 
Success (and failure) of Australia’s LNG industry


OIL and medicine do not have much in common but when it comes to Australia’s LNG industry, Slugcatcher can see a connection which lies in a dark joke about a doctor describing an operation as a great success, unfortunately the patient died.
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Ichthys gets MEG support


Woodside delays Browse to look for more M&A: IG


Browse supply base faceoff


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COAL SEAM GAS 
Humbled NSW concedes defeat


THE New South Wales government has admitted it will not appeal the Supreme Court’s decision that overturned the suspension of Metgasco’s drilling approval for the Rosella-1 gas exploration well.
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Powerlink propels Surat gas sector


Lazarus promises biff over CSG


Asia needs fiscal reform to trigger CSG: GlobalData


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SHALE GAS 
Olympic-1 going for gold


BURU Energy has finally kicked off the first well of its multi-well campaign in the remote Canning Basin of Western Australia with a wildcat test of a 2D defined Ordovician-age prospect southeast of Broome.
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Total defeated in shale well


Cuadrilla waits on frac decision


88 pins hopes on Eagle Ford replica


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SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT 
Disaster response plans bight BP


ANTI-BP activists have more ammunition as a document reveals that the super major would take up to 35 days to cap a leaking well if disaster hits its Great Australian Bight drilling campaign.
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Coffee table idea to save lives


GoM platform blaze snapped


Total defeated in shale well


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CAREERS & RECRUITMENT 
More layoffs hit Norway’s offshore scene


NORWAY’s Solstad Offshore and driller MHWirth recently retrenched 150 workers combined due to the oil downturn.
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North Sea hit as strike approved


Spy chief joins BP board


McDermott, Trican get slash-happy


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INDUSTRY MOVES 
Colombian takeover fight


SHAREHOLDER opposition has emerged as the board of Colombian oil producer Pacific Rubiales Energy approved a joint takeover offer by Mexican conglomerate Alfa and Harbour Energy – which is led by former Shell executive Linda Cook.
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Linc offloads coal business


Woodside delays Browse to look for more M&A: IG


Downturn derails Cooper JV


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PIPELINES 
AGL strengthens Gippsland-NSW link


AGL Energy has entered into a gas transmission agreement (GTA) with energy infrastructure firm Jemena to buy pipeline capacity on the Eastern Gas Pipeline over 15 years, starting in 2016.
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PRODUCTION 
Maari growth on track


PRODUCTION from OMV's MR7A development well in New Zealand's Taranaki Basin has boosted aggregate production from the Maari field to more than 15,000 barrels of oil per day.
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BG takes over QCLNG


Bakken ‘still attractive’


Offshore EOR pilot to take off


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Success (and failure) of Australia’s LNG industry


OIL and medicine do not have much in common but when it comes to Australia’s LNG industry, Slugcatcher can see a connection which lies in a dark joke about a doctor describing an operation as a great success, unfortunately the patient died.
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Ichthys gets MEG support


ONE of UK-based Litre Meter's largest orders, for 45 positive displacement chemical injection flowmeters, is on its way to Australia to support development of the giant Ichthys oil and gas field in Western Australia's Browse Basin.
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Disaster response plans bight BP


ANTI-BP activists have more ammunition as a document reveals that the super major would take up to 35 days to cap a leaking well if disaster hits its Great Australian Bight drilling campaign.
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APPEA 2015

Coffee table idea to save lives

Success (and failure) of Australia’s LNG industry

Inpex, Chevron LNG lashings

Southeast Asia dynamics spurs on AWE

Ex-minister toes APPEA line

Browse ‘much cheaper’ than Oz LNG giants: Coleman

Gas benefitting Qld communities: Feds

Koutsantonis goes into bat for gas

Sick signs for exploration horizons

Make an example of BHP on warehousing: DomGas


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UPCOMING FOCUS FEATURES

JUNE : DOWNHOLE PRODUCTS & SERVICES
JUNE : FINANCING
JULY : CSG
JULY : WATER & ENVIRONMENT
JULY : CRANES & LIFTING
AUGUST : SAFETY
AUGUST : EDUCATION & TRAINING
AUGUST : MIDDLE EAST

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News Wrap


IN News Wrap: Is Woodside talking up Browse?; Libyan jets bomb docked oil tanker ship; Petronas profit slump; and Santa Barbara spill update.
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Coffee table idea to save lives


APPEA 2015 last week witnessed Oxfordshire-based technology company SATcase breaking down barriers in more ways than one with a new product to connect remote workers not only to their operators but enables them to feed directly into search and rescue systems globally. And they’re coming to Australia.
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Energy Briefs


IN TODAY'S Energy Briefs: Mosman disappointed; Arctic protester comes down; Shell audit okay; Origin's $185M windfall; Citation preps Texas well; Tlou funded; Titan pays down debt; and today's trading halts.
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GoM platform blaze snapped


TWENTY-EIGHT workers were evacuated from a platform off the southeastern Louisiana coast in the US following a fire that started on a compressor.
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Personnel Movements


IN TODAY’S Personnel Movements: CNOOC’s new chairman; 88 appoints Alaskan GM; Blue Racer Midstream CEO steps down; and Patterson Tubular’s new director of operations.
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More layoffs hit Norway’s offshore scene


NORWAY’s Solstad Offshore and driller MHWirth recently retrenched 150 workers combined due to the oil downturn.
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Powerlink propels Surat gas sector


SPECIALIST helicopter crews are threading wire to 122 electricity towers as Powerlink installs more than 55km of high-voltage transmission lines in the Surat Basin.
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Cambla warns on drastic cuts


COMPANIES which cut too drastically responding to lower oil prices risk doing more harm than good, according to independent project services consultancy Cambla.
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Browse supply base faceoff


THE Woodside-led Browse LNG joint venture has confirmed that James Price Point, which was already rejected as a plant location with the project becoming a proposed floating LNG development, will not be considered as potential supply base to the project either.
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Inpex, Chevron LNG lashings


WOOD Mackenzie has flagged that delays will hit the Chevron-led Wheatstone and Inpex-led Ichthys LNG projects, while the DomGas Alliance has chastised Inpex for blaming WA’s gas reservation policies for its controversial plant move to Darwin.
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Smaller, smarter, happier Woodside silences the critics


TAKING aim at Woodside has been a popular past-time in recent years, but Australia’s biggest energy producer finally has its critics on the back foot.
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News Wrap


IN News Wrap: More NSW concern on Santos CSG project: leaked documents; Exxon ramps up Iran lobbying; and Petrobras platform explosion injures two workers.
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WHL transcends the gloom


WHL Energy's alliance with Ophir Energy is "enormously significant", MineLife founding director and senior resource analyst Gavin Wendt says.
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Energy Briefs


IN TODAY’S Energy Briefs: NZEC bails out of East Coast Basin; Kosmos derisks Albian play; Otto gets tax ruling; Empire hedges; Maori attend Statoil AGM; Shell sells LPG business; Murphy boosts buyback funds; Grand Gulf completes zone; and Tlou in halt.
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Challenges ahead for oil and gas


THE oil price might have recovered from its low below $US50 per barrel earlier this year to closer to $60, but the fact is structural factors mean the black clouds are likely to return to smudge the blue sky sooner rather than latter, according to Deloitte’s US oil and gas vice president John England.
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Personnel Movements


IN TODAY’S Personnel Movements: Spry joins Black Ridge; Wolf director quits; Lloyd's CEO to step down; Change at Galicia.
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UWA floating research boost


JUST as Woodside CEO told investors yesterday that Browse wouldn’t be commissioned until 2016 at the earliest, two of the University of Western Australia’s research groups, including one on offshore floating facilities, have secured nearly $10 million in new funding.
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Lazarus promises biff over CSG


FORMER Palmer United Party member, rugby player and now independent Queensland Senator, Glenn Lazarus, the man known as the “Brick With Eyes”, has used prime ministerial language to threatening to "shirtfront" Tony Abbott over the impacts of coal seam gas extraction in Queensland.
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