A PARTNER in a legal firm specialising in oil and gas has cut FLNG down to size, saying it will not be
CLIMATE change has been a hot APPEA topic, with a number of speakers suggesting solutions to the greenhouse
AUSTRALIA is taxing itself out of competitiveness with emerging LNG provinces such as east Africa and
DECISION-MAKERS on major LNG projects are being warned that East Africa may present a problem to Australian
THE Kerogen LNG Project Success Index has put the Australian LNG market in its place, highlighting the
OUTGOING Shell chief executive Peter Voser says industry needs to be innovating to stay relevant.
OPERATORS of many major projects in Australia have the potential to reduce capital costs by up to 35%,
THE Queensland government is going to cut red and green tape to increase production in the state, says
ACCORDING to an Ernst & Young study released today, innovation is the number one driver of productivity
JUST because the US is enjoying a stellar shale gale does not mean the same will hold true for Australia.
AUSTRALIA'S inability to manage its productivity is likely to cost it dearly in terms of big ticket oil
RESOURCES and energy minister Gary Gray spoke at the 2013 APPEA conference in Brisbane today about possible
A LACK of carbon-capture and storage technology may be one of the biggest threats facing the world's
AMID growing anti-fossil fuel protest sentiment, APPEA has called on the groups to provide their ideas
FORGET the pens, USBs and hats, this year's APPEA conference has delivered the ultimate in conference
THE FEDERAL Resources Minister has lashed out at the Greens' push for a blanket ban on all new coal seam