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SLUGCATCHER 
Shell’s lingering shadow over Browse


MOVING to front-end engineering design for the Browse floating gas liquefaction barge was a big event for Woodside Petroleum last week, though Slugcatcher reckons that what happens next will be driven more by Royal Dutch Shell than by Woodside.
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The problems confronting US LNG before it even starts


Playing politics when you should be running a business


The bottom for oil and start of better times


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PREMIUM FEATURES 
Woodside’s Perth Basin pressure


DID Woodside land another sweetheart domestic gas deal that it can walk away from or will it get this gas from an onshore Perth Basin acquisition? Energy News talks to a Browse-savvy analyst and a state government opponent.
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The upside of junior bloodbath: Comment


Woodside leaves peers behind


Oz stumbles as China, Argentina lead shale race


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TECHNICAL & PRODUCT 
Off-the-shelf solution


DATUM360 has just completed a $1.4 million contract for providing the software on a groundbreaking North Sea oil and gas project with Total for the Martin Linge project that could be the world’s most sustainable oil and gas scheme.
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Trakka app wins gong


WA switches on EV highway


Setting the PACE


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LETTERS 
Letter to the editor


FORMER Victoria Petroleum managing director and now Greenearth Energy director John Kopcheff has responded to yesterday’s feature story, Barnett’s Browse bungles, analysing what lessons can be learned from the history of Browse’s development.
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Letter to the editor


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LIQUIFIED NATURAL GAS 
Browse FEED awarded to US firm


WOODSIDE has awarded Schlumberger and Cameron’s company OneSubsea a front-end engineering and design contract for the Browse floating LNG development.
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Dubai firm’s Prelude history


Shell’s lingering shadow over Browse


Technip wins Browse FEED, EPC


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COAL SEAM GAS 
Metgasco in govt sights


THERE are concerns Metgasco could again be in the New South Wales government’s sights following AGL Energy’s move to sell three CSG exploration blocks back to the state government.
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NSW CSG buy-back extended


Triple banking on second time lucky


Santos’ attractive pay deals for NSW farmers


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SHALE GAS 
Cameron faces heat from both sides


A MAJOR UK business group has warned of a “recession in confidence” in the country’s oil and gas industry.
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Secrecy surrounds declassified report


Oz stumbles as China, Argentina lead shale race


Linc seeks Boorthanna partner


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SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT 
Concerns raised over Utah sands project


THE United States' first oil sands project in Utah could get the greenlight for a significant expansion before the end of the year, after more than eight years of controversy.
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Productivity challenge addressed


Coal empire strikes back


Secrecy surrounds declassified report


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CAREERS & RECRUITMENT 
Technip to axe 6000 jobs


ENGINEERING firm Technip has announced plans to retrench 6000 of its 38,000 global workforce, more than 15% of them, as part of restructuring efforts triggered by the oil downturn.
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Lingo walks from Drillsearch


UKCS needs workers


150,000 jobs lost in oil rout


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DRILLING 
Fraccing risks unacceptable: review


NEW York State’s ban on fraccing officially came into force overnight after the State’s environmental conservation commissioner Joe Martens issued a 43-page findings statement, ending a seven-year review process.
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Ruling exposes oilers to quake suits


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INDUSTRY MOVES 
Is BP a takeover play?


SECURITIES firm Investec says last week’s decision by BP to resolve most of the overhanging liabilities resulting from the most catastrophic oil spill in US history, the 2010 Macondo disaster, could help attract new investors, if not potential suitors.
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Creasy’s gas windfall


Marathon starts three-year race


Stratum targets strata energy market


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PIPELINES 
Otway work picks up


WOOD Group has secured a $US1 million ($A1.3 million) contract with Origin Energy to provide detailed design engineering for the onshore pipelines related to the Halladale, Black Watch and Speculant (HBWS) gas fields off the coast of Victoria.
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PRODUCTION 
Shell approves largest Gulf platform


THE oil price might in in the doldrums, but Shell has approved the development of the largest ever platform-based oil field development in the Gulf of Mexico which will break even at an oil price of $US55 per barrel of Brent equivalent.
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Stybarrow enters final phase


Beach starts Cooper sales


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Browse FEED awarded to US firm


WOODSIDE has awarded Schlumberger and Cameron’s company OneSubsea a front-end engineering and design contract for the Browse floating LNG development.
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Dubai firm’s Prelude history


DUBAI company Drydocks World has completed the world’s biggest turret mooring system for Royal Dutch Shell’s Prelude floating LNG project, fit for the at-times extreme weather of Western Australia’s northwest.
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Woodside’s Perth Basin pressure


DID Woodside land another sweetheart domestic gas deal that it can walk away from or will it get this gas from an onshore Perth Basin acquisition? Energy News talks to a Browse-savvy analyst and a state government opponent.
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   CURRENT FOCUS FEATURES

Water & Environment

Productivity challenge addressed

Concerns raised over Utah sands project

Ruling exposes oilers to quake suits

Water war escalates

WA gets tough on industry

Walruses, polar bears stifle Shell

Fraccing risks unacceptable: review



UPCOMING FOCUS FEATURES

AUGUST : SAFETY
AUGUST : EDUCATION & TRAINING
AUGUST : MIDDLE EAST
SEPTEMBER : LNG
SEPTEMBER : OFFSHORE EQUIPMENT & SERVICES
OCTOBER : PIPELINES
OCTOBER : OIL & GAS ENGINEERING
OCTOBER : PNG & INDONESIA

   TODAY'S STORIES CONTINUED


News Wrap


IN News Wrap: Black Monday dive in crude prices; Drillsearch-Beach merger speculation; Fossil fuel divestment movement targets LNG players; and Iraqi warplane accidentally bombs Baghdad.
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Technip to axe 6000 jobs


ENGINEERING firm Technip has announced plans to retrench 6000 of its 38,000 global workforce, more than 15% of them, as part of restructuring efforts triggered by the oil downturn.
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Energy Briefs


IN TODAY’S Energy Briefs: Quadrant spuds Levitt-1; Egyptian drilling milestone; PNG well evaluation looms; and Galilee expects Texan well to prove up a gas discovery.
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Concerns raised over Utah sands project


THE United States' first oil sands project in Utah could get the greenlight for a significant expansion before the end of the year, after more than eight years of controversy.
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Personnel Movements


IN TODAY’S Personnel Movements: Tumur leaves Wolf; Forent recapitalises; and Matador adds.
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Coal to dominate power demand growth


COAL will supply almost all the growth in electricity generation over the next two years in Australia, consultancy Pitt&Sherry said yesterday on the first anniversary of the abolition of the carbon tax.
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Total plant aims to up sales in Asia


TOTAL’S Singapore-based lubricants oil blending plant has started production, aiming to double lubricant sales in Asia.
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Productivity challenge addressed


SYDNEY'S Institute for Sustainable Futures has launched an Action Agenda for Resource Productivity and Innovation to help Australia remain globally competitive by increasing resource productivity.
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Shell’s lingering shadow over Browse


MOVING to front-end engineering design for the Browse floating gas liquefaction barge was a big event for Woodside Petroleum last week, though Slugcatcher reckons that what happens next will be driven more by Royal Dutch Shell than by Woodside.
Full Story...

Technip wins Browse FEED, EPC


WOODSIDE Petroleum’s decision to move the Browse FLNG project into front-end engineering and design has provided immediately provided benefits to the Technip Samsung Consortium.
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The upside of junior bloodbath: Comment


IF you’re not exploring, what’s the point of being a listed junior oil and gas explorer? That’s the question many boards will have to ask themselves over the next few months, if they aren’t already, as the cash well runs dry.
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News Wrap


IN News Wrap: Oil prices down while Grexit becomes “inevitable”; Oz LNG’s multi-billion dollar litigation boom; New York Times picks on the Gorgon project; Indian billionaire touts Brazilian oil plays; and Saudi Aramco cuts Asian light crude prices.
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Subsea 7 lands Chevron, Inpex contracts


ENGINEERING house Subsea 7 has won four contracts from Gorgon and Wheatstone LNG project operator Chevron Australia and Ichthys LNG project operator Inpex over the engineering, procurement and construction of an emergency pipeline repair system.
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Energy Briefs


IN TODAY’S Energy Briefs: Ungani licences awarded; Aleator heads for the exit; Shell loses Philippines suit; Fjords wins in North Sea.
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Baker Hughes too exposed: Rystad


THE largest service companies in North America onshore have been punished for being heavily exposed to the North American market, with Halliburton’s takeover darling Baker Hughes among the worst offenders, according to Norwegian energy intelligence firm Rystad Energy.
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Personnel Movements


IN TODAY’s Personnel Movements: Hancock joins Strata-X; Oil Basins adds Dumbrell; Best too busy for Abilene; and American Petrogas adds to board.
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Coal empire strikes back


THE coal industry is using Big Oil’s own stick to beat it with, backing a major University of Cambridge report that Prince Charles has launched, calling for the removal of all fossil fuel subsidies, particularly to the oil and gas industry.
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Stratum targets strata energy market


FORMER gold, nickel and coal explorer Stratum Metals is having a second crack at getting out of the metals space by signing an option to acquire 100% of the issued capital in small-scale energy retailer Locality Planning Energy.
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