Energy Briefs: Victoria, WP, InterOil and more

IN TODAY’s Energy Briefs: Libs support Vic ban; Worley wins Chevron work; InterOil facility; Carnarvon leases renewed; Ezra at risk; Statoil costs crumble; drillers sack hundreds; Motiva spilt on track; Singapore’s Aramco move; Hurricane boosts potential; BW signs for Kudu; Denmark sale; WA warning; LNG moves in UK, Pakistan; Magnum halts; Range's $20M facility; and Senex opens $40M SPP.

  • Haydn Black
  • 08 February 2017
  • 10:32
  • News
Energy Briefs: Victoria, WP, InterOil and more
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The merits of an Aussie Aramco

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Expert slams 'Aussie Aramco' solution

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Wood Mackenzie expert slams state-owned oil company idea as solution to energy woes.

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