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2 April 2015
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SLUGCATCHER 
The remarkable world of LNG (the company)


THERE has to be something special about a company which rises in value when rivals in the same business are falling, which is why Slugcatcher thought it was time to try to figure out why Liquefied Natural Gas Ltd has been able to defy an industry-wide contraction trend.
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The rise of early bird oil speculators


Slugcatcher forecasts a wild week for oil


The accelerated departure of Reg Nelson


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PREMIUM FEATURES 
Woodside ready for $10 oil, eyes downstream targets


WOODSIDE Petroleum CEO Peter Coleman has gone on the front foot in the depressed oil market, saying the Aussie major is ready for $US10/barrel oil as it seeks to get its hands on an LNG terminal in Asia to gain more control over its market – but it has a limited window to nail a deal.
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Hancock backs Lake raising


BHP boss calls for optimism


The silence of the salary cuts


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TECHNICAL & PRODUCT 
Centek launches hinged centraliser


CENTRALISER manufacturer Centek Group has introduced the Centek S2 hinged centraliser, designed for use offshore when top-of-hole centralisation with oversized casing connectors is required.
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OEM’s innovative fuel cleaning system


Total goes virtual


PGS bulks up with Cray


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LETTERS 
Letter to the editor


YESTERDAY’S Energy News Bulletin lead story headlined Middle East oil could sink price has prompted PetroSedex co-founder and UIL Energy non-executive director Keith Skipper to give us his own take on how Middle East and US dynamics are shaping the oil world.
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LIQUIFIED NATURAL GAS 
QCLNG rolls on despite leak mystery


BECHTEL and relevant authorities are no closer to revealing what might have caused the site-evacuating vapour leak that occurred at the Queensland Curtis LNG project’s LNG plant almost two weeks ago.
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Supermajor's succession plan kicks in


Second LNG investment wave to hit Oz by 2018


The remarkable world of LNG (the company)


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COAL SEAM GAS 
Senate CSG report ‘ignored science’


A SENATE inquiry into how the Queensland government managed issues related to interactions with the federal government ignores the latest science and best-practice regulation around coal seam gas, according to the Australian Pipelines and Gas Association.
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No clear post-election mandate in CSG fight


Qld CSG Royal Commission call


Qld to lead way to ‘get fit for $50’


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SHALE GAS 
Chevron loss ‘not the end of the world’: Icon


ICON Energy commercial manager Richard Holliday isn’t too worried about the decision of Chevron Corporation to exit the Cooper Basin unconventional gas hunt, because the Gold Coast-based minnow says loss of the big American is little more than a speedbump on the road to riches.
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BHP cooling on shale


Gas tax a Wolf in sheep’s clothing


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SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT 
QCLNG rolls on despite leak mystery


BECHTEL and relevant authorities are no closer to revealing what might have caused the site-evacuating vapour leak that occurred at the Queensland Curtis LNG project’s LNG plant almost two weeks ago.
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Dolphin sighting fires up Greens


Shell ‘cleared’ to resume Alaskan Arctic campaign


Oilers rescue North Sea service


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CAREERS & RECRUITMENT 
Supermajor's succession plan kicks in


LONG-TIME Chevron exec George Kirkland, who oversaw the development of LNG assets at Gorgon and Wheatstone in Western Australia, will retire from the company on June 15. He will be succeeded by James Johnson the following day.
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Cash re-enters visa fray


Graduates rate DMP


APPEA slams court decision


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DRILLING 
Linc pauses Arckaringa hunt


WILDCATTING is never easy, and Linc Energy has become the latest testament to that truism, with the company suspending further exploration drilling in the Arckaringa Basin after the results of the Eba-1 well in PEL 121 have given it pause for thought.
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WA frac open days educate


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INDUSTRY MOVES 
Middle East oil could sink price


LAST week Woodside Petroleum’s Peter Coleman boasted at a Hong Kong conference that it would be capable of surviving at a $US10/barrel oil price, and now there are rumblings out of Europe that he won’t have to – but $20 oil might be coming down the pipe if the West secures a deal over Iran’s nuclear ambitions and lifts economic sanctions on the oil producing nation.
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Total reaches $1 billion Nigerian divestment milestone


Petrochina flags oil sands exit


Investors buy into Caltex


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PIPELINES 
NT pipeline ‘almost certain’


THE investment case for getting the Northern Territory’s vast gas potential off the ground has received a shot in the arm with Chief Minister Adam Giles saying that the billion-dollar North East Gas Interconnector pipeline is almost certain to go ahead.
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QCLNG rolls on despite leak mystery


BECHTEL and relevant authorities are no closer to revealing what might have caused the site-evacuating vapour leak that occurred at the Queensland Curtis LNG project’s LNG plant almost two weeks ago.
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Letter to the editor


YESTERDAY’S Energy News Bulletin lead story headlined Middle East oil could sink price has prompted PetroSedex co-founder and UIL Energy non-executive director Keith Skipper to give us his own take on how Middle East and US dynamics are shaping the oil world.
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Second LNG investment wave to hit Oz by 2018


AUSTRALIA will experience a new LNG investment cycle as soon as 2018, just as the current group of mega-projects in Queensland, Darwin and Western Australia go online, according to emerging Norwegian oil and gas consultancy Rystad Energy.
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News Wrap


IN TODAY’S News Wrap: Macquarie-linked management buyout of remaining Apache WA assets on the cards; BP ramps up PR five years on from spill disaster; oil decline stalls as Iran talks extended; and UN says Yemen near total collapse.
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Cash re-enters visa fray


ASSISTANT Immigration Minister Michaelia Cash has once again used her regulatory powers, this time to issue temporary work rights to hundreds of overseas workers in the offshore oil and gas sector in defiance of last week’s Federal Court decision.
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Energy Briefs


IN TODAY’s Energy Briefs: BassOil falls short; Liberty ditches resources plays; Paynes Find fails; Nido consolidates; Coretrack on track; Keybridge increases Molopo stake; Swala ready to party; Target in halt; Greenearth completes raising; and NZEC repays loan.
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APPEA welcomes supportive PC report


THE Productivity Commission’s report Examining barriers to more efficient gas markets has found that, contrary to some reports, a gas reservation scheme will ultimately be a costly and ineffective scheme in preventing gas prices rising in Australia, making the situation even worse over time.
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Personnel Movements


IN TODAY’S Personnel Movements: SLR appoints technical director; Summers leaves Genel; Cameron fills new chief technology role with long-time Schlumberger man; Sefton appoints CFO; Bakken CEO steps down; ENOC replaces CEO; and Energy Super appoints first independent director.
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NT pipeline ‘almost certain’


THE investment case for getting the Northern Territory’s vast gas potential off the ground has received a shot in the arm with Chief Minister Adam Giles saying that the billion-dollar North East Gas Interconnector pipeline is almost certain to go ahead.
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Neptune to move North West Shelf rigs for Apache


APACHE Energy has awarded Neptune Marine Services an 18-month rig positioning and mooring services contract in the North West Shelf, with two possible 12-month extensions.
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Downturn’s vicious cycle


NO PART of the oilfield services and drilling industry will be spared the effects of upstream E&P spending cuts in the current “deep, protected” cyclical downturn, Moody’s Investors Service said in its latest outlook yesterday.
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Harkand secures new North Sea contract


Harkand has secured a multi-million pound contract with Maersk Oil for the provision of dive support vessel services in the North Sea region.
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Oilers rescue North Sea service


NORTH Sea oil and gas operators have committed £60 million ($A116.8 million) to fund a search and rescue helicopter service to be operated by Bond Offshore Helicopters, ensuring existing rescue and recovery standards are maintained.
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Middle East oil could sink price


LAST week Woodside Petroleum’s Peter Coleman boasted at a Hong Kong conference that it would be capable of surviving at a $US10/barrel oil price, and now there are rumblings out of Europe that he won’t have to – but $20 oil might be coming down the pipe if the West secures a deal over Iran’s nuclear ambitions and lifts economic sanctions on the oil producing nation.
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Letter to the editor


Slugcatcher’s column yesterday headlined The remarkable world of LNG (the company) has prompted Paradign Securities’ head of resources Barry Dawes to respond with a detailed analysis of LNG Limited’s investment case, triggering what could well be a much-needed debate.
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The demand that wasn’t


THE rally in the crude oil market has not been reflected in prices for LNG with Asian spot prices slipping further over the weekend as weak Chinese demand weighs down the market.
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News Wrap


IN News Wrap: Santos needs $US83 a barrel oil: Credit Suisse; Perth couple win landmark compo case against maritime union; Shell joins new trend by delaying Browse Basin well; and fraccing consultation concerns in Northern Territory.
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ROV completes survey in triple time


A COMPLETELY new technology developed by Norwegian companies has been used for the first time to inspect a subsea pipeline.
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Energy Briefs


IN TODAY’s Energy Briefs: Payday for Armour; New Standard gets lifeline, Tap makes WHL payment; Exxon starts up deepest GOM field; Terra Nova preps five wells; Sun and Crestal in halts.
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BP cancels Seadrill contract


BP has terminated a contract to hire Seadrill Partners Gulf of Mexico-based West Sirius semi-submersible drilling rig.
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Personnel Movements


IN TODAY’S Personnel Movements: BG chief poaches old Statoil chums; OMV gets new CEO; Vale CEO takes over Petrobras; Calumnet’s management changes; secretary change at Range; and Houston pipeline giant’s CEO to step down.
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