ONE cargo of liquefied natural gas is not a trend. However, as Slugcatcher looks back at a week dominated
GENERAL manager for Chevron for greater Gorgon Colin Beckett thinks both industry and government should
BEACH Energy chief executive Reg Nelson has gone on the front foot to smother speculation about the Cooper
IF THE latest figures from FutureEye are to be believed, a public relations blitz from the coal seam
WOODSIDE, ConocoPhillips, Vermilion Energy and the Santos-led Gladstone LNG project have been recognised
BEACH Energy says it is in discussions with "several interested parties" about farming into its shale
A THIRD and possibly fourth train at PNG LNG is closer to an inevitability than a possibility, especially
A DOMESTIC gas reservation policy for Australia's gas producers would be fraught with danger and reduce
OPPOSITION energy and resources spokesperson Ian Macfarlane says farmers on prime agricultural land should
A LOT of good stuff comes out of Canberra, such as pathos, slapstick and good drama, but thanks to overly
IF A coal seam gas production ban is not enough to raise the industry's ire then New South Wales Resources
WOODSIDE'S next foray into LNG may be on the other side of the world, in sunny Cyprus.
JUST days after the first cargo of LNG left Woodside's Pluto project, the company has signalled expansion
EXXONMOBIL has added its voice to the chorus, warning the federal government against "policy drifts"
WITH shale gas not expected to materialise until at the least the next decade, Australia's shale gas
BP Australia has confirmed that it plans to start a four-well deepwater campaign in the Ceduna sub-basin