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SLUGCATCHER 
The cook, her pay packet, and who authorised it


POPULAR as it was at last week’s big oil and gas conference in Perth to talk about the cook earning $350,000 a year on an Australian offshore platform there was something more disturbing to Slugcatcher about the people telling the story.
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The great divide opening in the petroleum industry


Slugcatcher meets Dr No


Slugcatcher and testing times for the world’s shale gas industry


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PREMIUM FEATURES 
Worley up on job cutting expectations


ENGINEERING group WorleyParsons’ plans to cut jobs as part of a margins-focused restructure has won investor support, with Macquarie Private Wealth seeing up to 30% growth ahead for the stock.
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The great divide opening in the petroleum industry


Slugcatcher and testing times for the world’s shale gas industry


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TECHNICAL & PRODUCT 
Rewiring the petroleum world


COPPER wire is under threat, with Weatherford International recently winning the right to exclusively distribute CurTran’s pioneering carbon nanotube-based LiteWire for the oil and gas industry.
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Open source collaboration


Contract management software fills void


Collaboration meets seismic demands


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LIQUIFIED NATURAL GAS 
Here it grows again


IN JUST five years a Western Australian engineering business has gone from having a large empty site and no work to boasting possibly the largest fabricating facility in Australia, with a recently completed 6500 square metre, four storey office facility.
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Work starts on Ichthys supply base


Lockheed rolls out first LNG tank


Kuwaiti deals


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COAL SEAM GAS 
NSW should learn from Qld: APPEA


THE Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association has released more figures that prove gas development is at a standstill in New South Wales, unlike the development underpinning Queensland’s growing economy.
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CSG haves and have nots


New NSW guidelines for landholders and CSG


Alinta kicks off gas supply hub


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SHALE GAS 
Norwest takes its pick


NORWEST Energy has found that the Carynginia formation and Irwin River coal measures in its Arrowsmith-2 well are the dominant gas producing zones.
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Shale benefits felt


New Standard seeks Eagle Ford funding


Fighting misconceptions


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SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT 
Anardarko’s Ensco rig takes on water in GOM


THE US Coast Guard is on a rescue mission in the Gulf of Mexico, where Anadarko Petroleum’s semi-submersible Ensco 8506 rig is in trouble in deep water.
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Another fire at Tiffany platform


Elk’s Grieve project kicks CO2 habit


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DRILLING 
Profit pays for Saltire


DRILLING tools supplier Saltire Energy’s rapid profit rise over the past three years has won it a place on The Sunday Times BDO Profit Track 100 league table.
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KCA Deutag wins first Canadian contract


Driller’s productive week


Norwest takes its pick


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PIPELINES 
CB&I wins BP pipeline contract


A BP-led consortium has awarded energy infrastructure specialist CB&I an $US85 million ($A90.5 million) project management services contract for the South Caucasus pipeline expansion project in Azerbaijan.
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Anardarko’s Ensco rig takes on water in GOM


THE US Coast Guard is on a rescue mission in the Gulf of Mexico, where Anadarko Petroleum’s semi-submersible Ensco 8506 rig is in trouble in deep water.
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Here it grows again


IN JUST five years a Western Australian engineering business has gone from having a large empty site and no work to boasting possibly the largest fabricating facility in Australia, with a recently completed 6500 square metre, four storey office facility.
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An entry to WA’s petroleum game
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THIS year’s onshore acreage release in Western Australia offers entry into the petroleum game without the big budgets usually needed for a seat at the table. By David Upton.
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News Wrap


TODAY’S News Wrap: Hartcher denies involvement in New South Wales’ bottle-gate; Orange becomes a CSG-free zone; and Australia’s carbon emissions fall in 2013.
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NSW should learn from Qld: APPEA


THE Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association has released more figures that prove gas development is at a standstill in New South Wales, unlike the development underpinning Queensland’s growing economy.
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Energy Briefs


IN TODAY’S Energy Briefs: WestSide reaffirms Landbridge rejection; Wood Group acquires software company; DNV GL moves offices; Petrofac consortium gets contract; and Orca updates.
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TransAlta to build Pilbara power plant


CANADA-based power company TransAlta has been named preferred bidder for the $550 million South Hedland power project in Western Australia’s Pilbara region.
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Personnel Movements


IN TODAY’S Personnel Movements: Noble forewarned of CEO departure; InterMoor gets sea veteran; Saratoga goes on a hiring spree; and WHL heightens African know-how.
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Total outlays $7.5B on Kaombo


TOTAL has gone on a spending spree over its Kaombo project in Block 32, offshore Angola, handing out approximately $US7.5 billion ($A8 billion) to Saipem and a consortium comprising Technip and Heerema Marine Contractors.
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FMC nets BP subsea contract


FMC Technologies has won a $US322 million ($A344 million) contract from BP to supply subsea systems for the Shah Deniz Stage 2 project in Azerbaijan’s part of the Caspian Sea.
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EWC link to Jamaican power project win


ENERGY World International, the major shareholder of Cooper to Abbot Point LNG project proponent Energy World Corporation, has reportedly been given approval to develop a 381 megawatt gas-fired power plant in Jamaica.
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Work starts on Ichthys supply base


WORKS have started on the offshore logistics base for Inpex’s Ichthys LNG project.
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Risky business cooled by acquisition


INDEPENDENT technical advisor RISC is to acquire ISIS Petroleum Consultants in a move set to expand its capabilities in offshore exploration services.
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Worley up on job cutting expectations
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ENGINEERING group WorleyParsons’ plans to cut jobs as part of a margins-focused restructure has won investor support, with Macquarie Private Wealth seeing up to 30% growth ahead for the stock.
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News Wrap


IN TODAY’S News Wrap: The CNBC takes on Aussie shale; Ukraine on brink of civil war,says Putin; and workers from Russian oil company Safinat wounded as South Sudanese rebels attempt to shut down output.
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Preferred Pilbara power proponent picked


AN INTERNATIONAL energy company has been confirmed as the preferred proponent to build, maintain, operate and own a 150 megawatt station in South Hedland, Western Australia.
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Energy Briefs


IN TODAY’S Energy Briefs: conditional approval for Torrens; Greenearth requests halt; RMEC receives investment; and WHL gets signed approval.
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Rewiring the petroleum world


COPPER wire is under threat, with Weatherford International recently winning the right to exclusively distribute CurTran’s pioneering carbon nanotube-based LiteWire for the oil and gas industry.
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Personnel Movements


IN TODAY’S Personnel Movements: BHP nabs Shell exec; and Lux grows in the Middle East.
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Lockheed rolls out first LNG tank


THE company that recently won a contract to service the US Navy’s Mark 48 torpedoes has completed its first LNG tank, which is to be integrated with the Wartsila LNG propulsion system.
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CB&I wins BP pipeline contract


A BP-led consortium has awarded energy infrastructure specialist CB&I an $US85 million ($A90.5 million) project management services contract for the South Caucasus pipeline expansion project in Azerbaijan.
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