Golden rules for the golden age of gas

Golden rules for the golden age of gas

THE success of shale gas and its role in fuelling economic growth will be stymied if shale E&P companies

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30 MAY 2012

NSE set for Goldwyer shale expedition

NEW Standard Energy is to begin a three-well drilling campaign targeting the Goldwyer shale in the Canning

Drilling

30 MAY 2012

Metgasco jumps on NSW CSG bandwagon

METGASCO says it may spend up to $1.4 billion on its operations in the Northern Rivers region of New

Shale gale brings cooler winds

THE International Energy Agency says that thanks in part to the shale gale, US energy-related emissions

Blue set to take advantage of unconventional love

BLUE Energy believes it's well positioned to take advantage of the strong appetite from oil majors for

Stealth attack on shale

Stealth attack on shale

FORGET theatrical flaming taps, water contamination, and concerns over dubious claims of being green,

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24 MAY 2012

Propping the proppants

AN UNLIKELY supply shortage is threatening to derail the shale bonanza as the market for industrial sand

Vic govt faces CSG pressure

Vic govt faces CSG pressure

VICTORIAN premier Ted Baillieu is facing the squeeze from his own party over adopting tougher rules on

Curb your enthusiasm

Curb your enthusiasm

WHILE Beach Energy has stolen the shale headlines with heady flows from Holdfast-1 and now Encounter-1,

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22 MAY 2012
Enerdrill to the rescue

Enerdrill to the rescue

TRANSERV Energy and its Warro joint venture partners may have found a solution to the lack of suitable

Drilling

22 MAY 2012

More promising results from southern Cooper quest

A SOUTHERN Cooper Basin joint venture has had further encouraging signs in its unconventional campaign

Drilling

18 MAY 2012
Fraccing fracas continues

Fraccing fracas continues

A RESEARCH paper on potential water contamination from hydraulic fracturing is at the centre of a raging

Aurora seeks $120M for shale development

Aurora seeks $120M for shale development

AURORA Oil and Gas plans to raise around $A120 million through an underwritten placement to fund the

Nelson plays dead bat to takeover talk

Nelson plays dead bat to takeover talk

BEACH Energy chief executive Reg Nelson has gone on the front foot to smother speculation about the Cooper

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16 MAY 2012

Bullish picture for shale but long way to go

SHALE gas has the potential to turn the world's energy industry on its head but it must first overcome

Aurora ups stake in Sugarloaf and rattles tin

AURORA Oil and Gas has moved to increase its stake in the prospective Sugarloaf area of mutual interest