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7 December 2016
 
 
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SLUGCATCHER 
Santos, Mad Dog top OPEC cuts


OPEC’s promise that its members would cut oil production by 1.2 million barrels a day was the headline maker last week but Slugcatcher reckons there were two other events in the international arena which were more important, and a third in Australia scheduled for this week.
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Slugcatcher places bet on OPEC cut


China, Santos and the national interest


What Trump means for oil


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PREMIUM FEATURES 
GLNG warnings ahead of investor day


WHILE hopes are high ahead of Santos’ investor day tomorrow, Credit Suisse believes the oiler will need to lift cost guidance for Gladstone LNG, which accounts for more than 80% of the firm’s estimated equity value.
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Spin-out ends Perth Basin sale process


LNG titans’ next challenge


Woodside reveals ‘silver bullet’


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TECHNICAL & PRODUCT 
Typhoon power to be tested


A JAPANESE investor has invented a wind turbine that can harness the destructive power of the typhoons that are sweeping through Asia with increasing regularity, and he claims single typhoon could power Japan for 50 years.
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Hydrogen: fuel of the future or a scam?


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LETTERS 
Letter to the editor


AFROHAWK Energy chairman John Heugh has hit out at Austrade for no longer promoting Australian unconventionals to foreign investors, as discovered by Energy News at OSEA 2016 in Singapore.
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LIQUIFIED NATURAL GAS 
GLNG warnings ahead of investor day


WHILE hopes are high ahead of Santos’ investor day tomorrow, Credit Suisse believes the oiler will need to lift cost guidance for Gladstone LNG, which accounts for more than 80% of the firm’s estimated equity value.
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ExxonMobil talks up LNG benefits


Chopper players unite for Ichthys


US becomes LNG exporter


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COAL SEAM GAS 
Austrade halts unconventional promotion


FRACCING bans or moratoria across three states and the threat of another in Western Australia has prompted Austrade to stop spruiking unconventional gas opportunities to foreign investors, Energy News has learned.
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Victoria’s 10-year gas warning


CSIRO backs CSG on water


Vic ban’s global implications


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SHALE GAS 
Austrade halts unconventional promotion


FRACCING bans or moratoria across three states and the threat of another in Western Australia has prompted Austrade to stop spruiking unconventional gas opportunities to foreign investors, Energy News has learned.
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APPEA welcomes inquires


Unlocking South Africa’s shale potential


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SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT 
CSIRO backs green transformation


AUSTRALIA can develop a clean, reliable and affordable energy system, according to the nation’s top scientists and the peak body that represents the owners of the nation’s pipelines, poles and wires.
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Chopper players unite for Ichthys


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CAREERS & RECRUITMENT 
Cartwright to step down from APGA


AFTER more than a dozen years as the head of Australia’s pipeline lobby group, the CEO of the Australian Pipelines and Gas Association is planning to step down.
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Vale Doug Schwebel


Calabria cleans house


Pioneer passes


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DRILLING 
UIL calls up Aztech for appraisal plan


UIL Energy has hired Perth-based Aztech Well Construction to design the Ocean Hill-2 appraisal well, which the junior explorer hopes to spud in late 2017.
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Senex kicks off six-well program


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INDUSTRY MOVES 
Stag owner’s jade touch


NEW Stag oil field owner Mitra Energy is hunting more acquisitions in the wider Asian region, and has changed its name to Jadestone Energy to better reflect its new direction.
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The Origin of NewCo


Duet in play


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PIPELINES 
Cartwright to step down from APGA


AFTER more than a dozen years as the head of Australia’s pipeline lobby group, the CEO of the Australian Pipelines and Gas Association is planning to step down.
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Canada approves $15B pipeline build


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PRODUCTION 
Subsea 7 wins GWF2 tie-back


WOODSIDE Petroleum has handed Subsea 7 a sizeable contract to tie-back adjacent fields to the Greater Western Flank platform on the North West Shelf.
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BP sanctions Mad Dog 2


Hytorc dispels bolting myths


Gorgon down again


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Letter to the editor


AFROHAWK Energy chairman John Heugh has hit out at Austrade for no longer promoting Australian unconventionals to foreign investors, as discovered by Energy News at OSEA 2016 in Singapore.
Full Story...

CSIRO backs green transformation


AUSTRALIA can develop a clean, reliable and affordable energy system, according to the nation’s top scientists and the peak body that represents the owners of the nation’s pipelines, poles and wires.
Full Story...

GLNG warnings ahead of investor day


WHILE hopes are high ahead of Santos’ investor day tomorrow, Credit Suisse believes the oiler will need to lift cost guidance for Gladstone LNG, which accounts for more than 80% of the firm’s estimated equity value.
Full Story...

   CURRENT FOCUS FEATURES

Marine & Subsea

Bibby wins expansion work

Subsea 7 wins GWF2 tie-back

Fluorocarbon’s breakout move

Wind looks to the stars

Hytorc dispels bolting myths




   TODAY'S STORIES CONTINUED


Energy Briefs


IN TODAY’S Energy Briefs: Montara aid call; more LWP errors; Tag wells flow gangbusters; critical IPO test; Exxon’s Kurdistan move; BMO backs oiler; FIFO pleas heard; Venezuelan spend; Atwood delays rigs; TransGlobe's Canadian move; Pilot swaps; Kogas LNG bunker move; CGG beats record; LNG market revolution; more India LNG terminals; and today's trading halts.
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Protean positive on battery investment


WAVE power firm Protean Energy, which is under the command of former Woodside Petroleum veteran Stephen Rogers, is expanding beyond its core renewable energy technologies by buying a 50% interest in a Korean battery storage manufacturing development.
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Personnel Movements


IN TODAY’S Personnel Movements: Bailey replaced at Tap; Harper ejects from Pilot; and Sormann walks from Molopo.
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Tyre solution


THE dream of recovering hydrocarbons from waste products such as tyres remains alive, with Victoria-based Green Distillation Technologies saying it can produce 3000 litres of bio-oil from a single giant seven tonne mining truck tyre.
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Bibby wins expansion work


MARINE and subsea services group Bibby Offshore has secured a significant contract with Shell.
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Cartwright to step down from APGA


AFTER more than a dozen years as the head of Australia’s pipeline lobby group, the CEO of the Australian Pipelines and Gas Association is planning to step down.
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Chopper players unite for Ichthys


MONTREAL-based HNZ Group is looking to grow its Australian business further having formed a new partnership with Louisiana-headquartered PHI to provide offshore helicopter transportation services for the Inpex-operated Ichthys LNG project.
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Spin-out ends Perth Basin sale process


ORIGIN Energy has unveiled its long-expected plan to spin-out its conventional upstream business, partially reversing the Boral transaction of the early 2000s, but which comes much earlier than many had expected in a form that few may have predicted.
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Energy Briefs


IN TODAY’S Energy Briefs: Wesfarmers leak; Armour pre-empts Santos; Austin's gassy marijuana deal; ExxonMobil’s Alaska feud; Mitsui buys GOM blocks; BP ups Tangguh project; Indo meter rules; Nigeria pipes begin; Chesapeake sells; FMC-Technip merger approved; LNGL year delay; Lion delay; Sino extends; Melbana optimistic; and Transerv extends halt.
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APPEA welcomes inquires


AUSTRALIA’S peak oil and gas lobby group has welcomed two more inquiries at the Commonwealth and Territory level that have the potential to shape its members’ futures.
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Personnel Movements


IN TODAY’S Personnel Movements: Palanyk retires; ExxonMobil Production chief to step down; ex-Schlumberger man to head Jupiter’s Kazakhstan ops; Next Geosolutions boosts Middle East presence; and Hanson joins Curry Supply.
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Santos, Mad Dog top OPEC cuts


OPEC’s promise that its members would cut oil production by 1.2 million barrels a day was the headline maker last week but Slugcatcher reckons there were two other events in the international arena which were more important, and a third in Australia scheduled for this week.
Full Story...

Subsea 7 wins GWF2 tie-back


WOODSIDE Petroleum has handed Subsea 7 a sizeable contract to tie-back adjacent fields to the Greater Western Flank platform on the North West Shelf.
Full Story...

LNG titans’ next challenge


AUSTRALIA’S LNG producers may need to look as far afield as Latin America with up to 20 million tonnes of uncertainty in Japan’s energy market and trouble in Korea, a Wood Mackenzie expert has told Energy News in Singapore.
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Energy Briefs


IN TODAY’S Energy Briefs: Eni fatality; Bight FOI declined; Siem takes historic PSV; DAPL denied; Shearwater evacuated; PNGLNG in rocket risk; Exxon CEO in SoS tip; Brazil clears FMC merger; Kidston construction; NuEnergy extension; Range test; Kalahari CSG finalised; Logistics JV; Cities ban diesel; Egypt bids; Petrobras warning; Pipeline dream; M&P takeover; USOS movement; Mariner drilling; Indo cable; Meet ReNu; and EMC takeover approved.
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Woodside looks to India for IT help


WOODSIDE Petroleum has awarded Indian consultancy Wipro a three-year IT infrastructure services and digital transformation contract.
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Personnel Movements


IN TODAY’S Personnel Movements: Monash Chancellor joins Spotless; Burns quits EOR; Cooper loses de Ross; Wartsila exec given FRINA honour; and Asset Guardian Solutions appoints new UK BD chief.
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Duet in play


AUSTRALIAN energy and pipeline infrastructure firm Duet Group has confirmed it has received a $7.5 billion approach from a company owned by Asia's second-richest man.
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