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3 August 2015
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SLUGCATCHER 
The east coast gas crisis


POLITICS and energy are one of the world’s better examples of trying to mix oil and water but as Slugcatcher was last week considering the state of Australia’s gas market it became fairly obvious that it will not be long before there is a return of political interference.
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Risk takers who go too far


Slugcatcher’s 100 crystal balls


Shell’s lingering shadow over Browse


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PREMIUM FEATURES 
Lingo plans Australasian EOR assault


THERE’S more to the story of Brad Lingo’s arrival at Elk Petroleum yesterday than a simple enhanced oil recovery play in Wyoming, because as Lingo told Energy News Australia has been left behind in the enhanced oil recovery (EOR) space – and he wants to change that.
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Lion pounces on Indo opportunities


Oilers tackle HMAS Sydney mystery


The quiet Americans


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TECHNICAL & PRODUCT 
Martin Linge’s game changer


UK FIRM Datum360 has delivered potentially industry transforming software solutions in a phenomenally short time as part of a £685,000 ($A1.435 million) contract to French super-major Total’s £1.25 billion Martin Linge project in the Norwegian North Sea.
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LWP enters first project


US concern acquires SpectrumData


Repsol’s offshore virtual reality ‘success’


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LETTERS 
Letter to the editor


AUSTRALIAN Oil Company managing director Gary Jeffery says yesterday’s News Wrap in ENB which reported Ashmore’s Gulf region director John Sfakianakis saying reality was hitting home for Saudi Arabia supported bullish views on oil, gas and LNG prices.
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LIQUIFIED NATURAL GAS 
LNGL charts key tech supply


CHART Industries has been tapped by Liquefied Natural Gas Limited for the design and manufacture of critical infrastructure for the Magnolia LNG export facility in Louisiana, and future developments, such as Fisherman’s Wharf in Australia and Bear Head in Canada.
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Technip locks in FLNG credentials


APLNG cool in commissioning milestone


LNGL crashes but is far from burning


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COAL SEAM GAS 
EDL’s triple Anglo treat


FRESH from announcing it would be acquired by DUET Group, Energy Developments has entered into a gas supply agreement with Anglo American for the potential development of a 21 megawatt waste coal mine gas power station on the Grosvenor metallurgical coal mine.
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Galilee warms on Chile


S Africa power concern flags Sunbird takeover


Gas prices tipped to soar


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SHALE GAS 
Finder rolls dice on Canning shale wildcat


PRIVATELY held Finder Exploration has started casing operations at its Theia-1 well in Western Australia’s Canning Basin, as it begins its search for an oil-rich sweet spot in the Goldwyer Shale, Energy News has confirmed.
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Buru works oil price lever


S Africa power concern flags Sunbird takeover


Drover frac called off


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SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT 
Wind turbines threaten birds: USGS


WIND farms placed in prime wildlife habitat in North and South Dakota are threatening several bird species whose populations are in serious decline, the US Geological Survey said.
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Santos denies ‘art-washing’ claims


Protesters dangle from bridge


NGO takes on Conoco in landmark case


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CAREERS & RECRUITMENT 
Santos shuffles execs


SANTOS has shuffled three of its executives as it transitions from a high capital spend phase in the lead-up to Gladstone LNG going online to being an efficient and low-cost producer.
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Lingo lands at Elk


Attrition, cuts at Chevron


Subsea 7 to cut deeper


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DRILLING 
Halliburton launches refrac service


THE shale boom appears far from over after oilfield services major Halliburton has launched its ACTIVATE refracturing service that it says will create a paradigm shift on how it targets shale and tight formation field development.
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INDUSTRY MOVES 
NZOG barks for Barque


DESPITE the low oil price, New Zealand Oil & Gas says there is growing third party interest in the massive undrilled Barque prospect in the frontier offshore Canterbury Basin, which could finally lead to a much-anticipated well in 2017.
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Lingo lands at Elk


Brazilian joy for Shell-BG


S Africa power concern flags Sunbird takeover


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PRODUCTION 
The rise and rise of Cooper


HIGHER realised oil prices and a surge of Indonesian production has helped Cooper Energy boost its revenue by $2.4 million quarter on quarter despite oil prices still being more than 40% lower than this time last year.
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French resistance


Colombia boost for Anadarko


Iran keen to resume oil sales


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Offshore wind industry’s record year


WIND farms on the hills and coastal areas may dominate Australia’s wind energy industry, but Europe is increasingly moving to installing offshore turbines, and for the first six months of this year the European offshore wind industry installed more new capacity than in any other year on record.
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EDL’s triple Anglo treat


FRESH from announcing it would be acquired by DUET Group, Energy Developments has entered into a gas supply agreement with Anglo American for the potential development of a 21 megawatt waste coal mine gas power station on the Grosvenor metallurgical coal mine.
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Shell asset purge continues


HAVING offloaded its downstream assets in Australia, Shell yesterday sold its shareholding in Showa Shell in Japan to Idemitsu as part of a global asset sell-off.
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LNGL charts key tech supply


CHART Industries has been tapped by Liquefied Natural Gas Limited for the design and manufacture of critical infrastructure for the Magnolia LNG export facility in Louisiana, and future developments, such as Fisherman’s Wharf in Australia and Bear Head in Canada.
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Lingo plans Australasian EOR assault


THERE’S more to the story of Brad Lingo’s arrival at Elk Petroleum yesterday than a simple enhanced oil recovery play in Wyoming, because as Lingo told Energy News Australia has been left behind in the enhanced oil recovery (EOR) space – and he wants to change that.
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News Wrap


IN NEWS Wrap: Kilduff tips oil at low $30s by end 2015; EIA’s rocketing prediction for industrial gas use; and Shell protesters still hanging around.
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Wind turbines threaten birds: USGS


WIND farms placed in prime wildlife habitat in North and South Dakota are threatening several bird species whose populations are in serious decline, the US Geological Survey said.
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Energy Briefs


IN TODAY’S Energy Briefs: Aleator raising swamped by demand; Eni switches focus; Udacha test finally approved; Maverick posts loss; and Hawkeye spuds.
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Technip well despite sector woes


GLOBAL oil field engineering concern Technip has shrugged off the woes of the wider oil patch to post 18% revenue growth for the past quarter to €3.1 billion ($A4.6 billion).
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Personnel Movements


IN TODAY’S Personnel Movements: Vale John Todd; Black & Veatch’s energy transition; Arab shipper appoints ex-Saudi Aramco exec as chairman; Whiting lures ex-Conoco exec; upstream e-commerce player adds GE CIO to board; and Air Energi taps VP of new division.
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Chemical breakthrough for operators


TEXAS services company WellAware has launched chemical management solutions to reduce oilfield operating costs and optimise production.
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Halliburton launches refrac service


THE shale boom appears far from over after oilfield services major Halliburton has launched its ACTIVATE refracturing service that it says will create a paradigm shift on how it targets shale and tight formation field development.
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Santos denies ‘art-washing’ claims


DARWIN artists, including Starlady, Tarzan JungleQueen and Bong are among those who have signed an open letter composed by protest group Frack Free Northern Territory demanding that the Darwin Festival reject funding from Santos. However, the oiler has told Energy News it stands by its 20-year relationship with the event.
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Attrition, cuts at Chevron


CHEVRON Corporation will lay off around 2% of its global workforce in an attempt to slash costs by about $US1 billion in a weakened oil price environment, with around 50 of the 1500 jobs expected to come from its international business units.
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Lion pounces on Indo opportunities


THE exploration and production profile of Indonesia is the best in southeast Asia and, in the words of one veteran exploration and production company’s chairman “… if you can’t make it there you can’t make it anywhere”.
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News Wrap


IN NEWS Wrap: California oil sheen investigated; US crude rallies; US export lift ban gets Senate audience; and oil glut hits Pemex.
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Protesters dangle from bridge


A BAKER’S dozen worth of protesters has rappelled from the top of the St Johns Bridge in Portland, Oregon, with the aim of establishing an aerial blockade of a Shell oil icebreaker in the port for repairs.
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Energy Briefs


IN TODAY’S Energy Briefs: Yolla-6 on tap; Mystic success; Austin hits unexpected gas; Bromley to stick with retooled NGE; Shell moves to three week roster; Directors back Strata-X raising; Eneabba drops UCG; Petrel’s Ghana entry; TrapOil-JOG merger; Shale-Major marriage; Shale Support funded; and ConocoPhillips to sell Cook Inlet units.
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NGO takes on Conoco in landmark case


CONOCOPHILLIPS and China National Offshore Corporation are being sued in a landmark lawsuit over a 2011 oil spill that polluted a huge area of Bohai Bay in northeast China.
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Personnel Movements


IN TODAY’S Personnel Movements: BHP cuts; ex-Arrow CFO wins Senex job; Cue directors dumped; and Genex appoints civil COO.
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Subsea 7 to cut deeper


SUBSEA 7 will cut 2500 staff and reduce costs by about $US550 million ($A753 million) by early next year as it was hit with a $100 million charge over resizing its fleet and workforce for the second quarter.
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