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28 November 2014
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SLUGCATCHER 
Another day, another LNG problem child


ICHTHYS is an Australian LNG project with a number of unique features which set it apart from other Australian LNG developments, but as Slugcatcher considered recent events at the venture he was dismayed to see that it also shares a number of common features.
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The lesson of Glencore’s coal cuts for oil and gas


Blue sky in the oil patch


The impossible dream which is Sunrise LNG


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PROFESSIONAL PLACEMENTS 
General Manager – Aspermont Australia, Perth



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TECHNICAL & PRODUCT 
QinetiQ adds seismic grunt


AEROSPACE, defence and security markets research and consultancy QinetiQ has acquired the seismic processing and imaging capability of SR2020 for $US1.7 million.
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App responds to industry calls on certification


Kongsberg delivers new navigation tool


A Pulse for risky waters


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LIQUIFIED NATURAL GAS 
WA moves quickly to up Browse take


WESTERN Australia’s government could take up to $2.9 billion over the life of the Torosa field alone after its parliament approved legislation to lift the state’s share of the Woodside Petroleum-operated Browse Basin gas fields.
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New LNG-fuelled engine approved


Gas heads for critical year in 2015


Maritime LNG grows in Middle East


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COAL SEAM GAS 
Greens slam EPA’s CSG secrecy


THE Greens are questioning the independence of New South Wales’ Environmental Protection Agency following the recent unveiling of a CSG-related report that the agency “tried to keep secret”.
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Activists ‘hyperventilating’ over nothing: APPEA


Santos advances GLNG extending project


Some happy, some livid with NSW gas plan


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SHALE GAS 
Europe’s gas supplier flat lining


INTEREST in Europe’s second-biggest gas supplier is flatlining, with Algeria suffering its most unsuccessful bid round since its 2005 Hydrocarbon Act launched regulatory changes.
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UK’s shale challenges outlined


Dogfight rises over Texas fraccing ban


SA Chamber slams Lib call for frac probe


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SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT 
A near-miss for Red Gully


EMPIRE Oil and Gas has breathed a sigh of relief after bushfires threatened its Red Gully gas and condensate facility near Gingin, Western Australia.
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Chilean refinery fire injures two


Ebola app launched


Greens slam EPA’s CSG secrecy


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CAREERS & RECRUITMENT 
Cole leaves Woodside for Beach


BEACH Energy has announced major industry player Rob Cole as the replacement for long-time managing director Reg Nelson, poaching the newcomer from Woodside.
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Training centre to expose oil, gas industry to New Guineans


G20 misses point on gender quotas


Mermaid profits hit by strike action


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DRILLING 
Water regulations vexing industry


THE oil and gas industry has been mobilising to address rapidly evolving regulations around water, with the success of consultancy GHD’s recent Produced Water Seminar in Perth prompting calls for similar forums in the future.
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Karoon up on Brazil discovery


Troubled waters prompt digital revolution


Eni advances Ghana gas project


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INDUSTRY MOVES 
MEO-Neon merger faces fly in ointment


EVOWORLD’S attempt to “split up Neon Energy for cash” could prolong Neon’s merger with MEO Australia from eventuating until at least late January, Edison Investment Research said.
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Cole leaves Woodside for Beach


Paragon moves to replace Prospector board


Evoworld refuses to give up on Neon


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PIPELINES 
Saipem nabs $1b contract


SAIPEM-controlled company ERSAI Caspian Contractor has won a contract in conjunction with Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering, worth around $US1 billion ($A1.7 billion).
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Finns come up trumps with valve solution


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PRODUCTION 
OPEC conspiracy theories debunked: Macquarie


MACQUARIE Wealth Management has stepped on Saudi Arabia-related “conspiracy theories” as it tipped the OPEC cartel would cut production by 600,000 barrels per day to drive an oil price rally back above $US90/bbl.
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Woodside approves next NWS harvest


Poseidon field rezoning


UK industry urged to adapt


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Supply concerns remain despite NWS deal


CONCERNS remain about what will happen after 2020, even as Western Australia’s government yesterday negotiated a new domestic gas commitment from the Woodside Petroleum-operated North West Shelf joint venture, equivalent in volume to 15% of new approved LNG exports.
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NT seeks private partners for Darwin port expansion


THE Northern Territory government is setting a new regulatory framework for its port, putting out feelers out for private sector investment to expand its size and capacity, ahead of expected trade growth with Asia.
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OPEC conspiracy theories debunked: Macquarie
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MACQUARIE Wealth Management has stepped on Saudi Arabia-related “conspiracy theories” as it tipped the OPEC cartel would cut production by 600,000 barrels per day to drive an oil price rally back above $US90/bbl.
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   CURRENT FOCUS FEATURES

Logistics & Supply Base

NT seeks private partners for Darwin port expansion

Double decker marine solution for Inpex

BP to apply for Bight base

AVEVA joins Aberdeen oil elite

Maritime LNG grows in Middle East

Christmas arrives early for Ichthys

Tanker crew’s Viva revolt

Teekay strike called off as EBA endorsed

SLR expands APAC presence

Seadrill moves to Liverpool


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Drilling Technology

Water regulations vexing industry

Oilfield tech could cut miners' costs

China’s great wall of cash

Etty under pressure

Exxon gives nod to Delta for Alternate Path

EDA secures first PNG drilling contract

UK’s shale challenges outlined

Coretrax to launch game changer

BP robot boosts oil recovery

Cementing breakthrough


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   TODAY'S STORIES CONTINUED


News Wrap


IN News Wrap: WA Premier restarts James Price Point “crusade”; Oil prices fall on rising fears of OPEC inaction; and Shell divests Nigerian block.
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Paragon moves to replace Prospector board


FOLLOWING its acquisition of 93.5% of the company, New York exchange-listed Texan company Paragon Offshore has lodged a formal request for an AGM at which it will seek to appoint new directors to the board of Luxembourg-headquartered Prospector Offshore Drilling.
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Energy Briefs


IN TODAY’S Energy Briefs: Exoma makes changes; Samson revises debt; Gazprom strikes agreement; and Proserv picks up gongs.
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Today D-day for decentralised energy future


A critical draft determination on NSW electricity prices today will determine whether the state faces a smooth transition to decentralised energy resources such as energy efficiency and solar PV [photovoltaics] or a growing battle over rules and regulations.
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Personnel Movements


IN TODAY’S Personnel Movements: Cue-Zeta stoush halted; Liberty encouraged; and Central and Jacka re-elect.
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Perth Wave Energy project reaches milestone


THE $32 million Perth Wave Energy project has hit a construction milestone with the successful installation of the first of three CETO 5 buoyant actuators offshore Garden Island.
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UK industry urged to adapt


A DELOITTE report gauging the UK oil and gas industry’s response to date to Sir Ian Wood’s ‘Maximising Recovery Review’ has reiterated that the easy oil is gone and that the industry needs to evolve.
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New LNG-fuelled engine approved


CLASSIFICATION society ClassNK has approved the design of a new 28AHX-DF dual-fuel engine developed by Niigata Power Systems slated to be used as the main engine on Japan’s first LNG fuelled vessel, excluding LNG carriers.
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Water regulations vexing industry


THE oil and gas industry has been mobilising to address rapidly evolving regulations around water, with the success of consultancy GHD’s recent Produced Water Seminar in Perth prompting calls for similar forums in the future.
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Engineers back nuclear


ENGINEERS are urging a bias-free debate on nuclear, which has thus far been dogged by “out-of-date knowledge and technologies".
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Training centre to expose oil, gas industry to New Guineans


WORKERS in Papua New Guinea aspiring to succeed in a career within the country’s oil and gas industry are to be given the opportunity to hone their operation and maintenance skills.
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Chilean refinery fire injures two


TWO contract workers have reportedly suffered slight burns at a state-owned refinery in Chile.
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Saipem nabs $1b contract


SAIPEM-controlled company ERSAI Caspian Contractor has won a contract in conjunction with Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering, worth around $US1 billion ($A1.7 billion).
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OPEC’s end game


IT’S not every day Iran does the United States’ bidding, yet that’s exactly what will happen tomorrow when the Islamic country, along with the other OPEC members, will urge Saudi Arabia to cut production in a desperate attempt to halt the price slide at the much-anticipated meeting in Vienna.
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News Wrap


IN News Wrap: ASIC approves Seven’s Nexus bid; LNG spot prices fall 47%; OPEC studies US shale scene.
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Ebola app launched


ABERDEEN-based travel security risk services company International SOS has launched a free mobile application to provide up to date information on the Ebola breakout for companies and individuals in West Africa.
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Energy Briefs


IN TODAY’S Energy Briefs: Talon mitigates risk; Duet Subsidiary raises; Nexus waits; Otto granted extension; Oilex raises; Swala suspends; and an ABC report dispute.
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Renewables to boost miners’ stock


MINERS could actually boost their stocks and counter the rising tide of ecologists’ pushback by following the lead of the likes of Microsoft, Google, Wal-Mart and Intel into renewable investments, a Munich-based analyst has proposed.
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