Big new oil likely in the Bremer: Geoscience Australia

Big new oil likely in the Bremer: Geoscience Australia

GEOSCIENCE Australia has already identified two large areas for exploration off the coast of Albany and

Exploration

16 MAY 2006

Fugro aims to open up new PNG offshore frontier

GEOPHYSICAL survey major Fugro is currently undertaking Papua New Guinea�s largest-ever regional seismic

NT chief minister pushes downstream gas projects

NT chief minister pushes downstream gas projects

AUSTRALIA must treat emerging opportunities for downstream gas-based manufacturing as a national priority,

Chevron juggles being green with making profits

Chevron juggles being green with making profits

AS one of the world�s biggest names in oil and gas, Chevron is busy forming partnerships to investigate

Budget initiatives good for petroleum sector: APPEA

Budget initiatives good for petroleum sector: APPEA

THE Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association has welcomed several initiatives in the

Oilies urged to back anti-corruption program

Oilies urged to back anti-corruption program

THE Australian petroleum industry has been urged to back the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative,

Massive geosequestration project could cost $A4bn: CO2CRC

Massive geosequestration project could cost $A4bn: CO2CRC

A $4 BILLION price tag has been flagged for the development of a major geosequestration project in Australia�s

Staff shortage puts projects at risk

Staff shortage puts projects at risk

THE petroleum industry�s skills shortage is threatening billions of dollars worth of planned oil and

Carbon storage could open up legal landmine

Carbon storage could open up legal landmine

AS interest grows in geosequestration as a way of addressing carbon dioxide emissions, a legal expert

Santos grabs another serve of Kipper

Santos grabs another serve of Kipper

SANTOS has taken a 30% interest in permit VIC RL/2 from Woodside, lifting its unitised position in the

Exploration

10 MAY 2006
Exploration spend up, but activity down

Exploration spend up, but activity down

WHILE more money was being spent on exploration, this reflected rising costs rather than increased activity,

Exploration

10 MAY 2006
Final investment decision on Gorgon unlikely this year: ExxonMobil

Final investment decision on Gorgon unlikely this year: ExxonMobil

A FINAL investment decision for the giant Gorgon liquefied natural gas project is unlikely to be made

Exploration

09 MAY 2006
Investment, energy efficiency will ease supply-demand gap: IEA

Investment, energy efficiency will ease supply-demand gap: IEA

WHILE urgent investment decisions are needed to ensure the petroleum industry can meet demand from 2010

Production

09 MAY 2006
Federal government releases new blocks

Federal government releases new blocks

IN AN attempt to encourage more petroleum exploration in Australia�s vast offshore sedimentary basins,

Exploration

09 MAY 2006
Killer result for Esso at well shutdown trial

Killer result for Esso at well shutdown trial

A NEW �well kill� technique that Esso Australia developed and successfully trialled at its offshore Blackback

Drilling

09 MAY 2006
Delays likely for new Bill: lawyer

Delays likely for new Bill: lawyer

EIGHT years in the making, the Offshore Petroleum Bill is ready to undergo a final review and consultation

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