US faces daunting post-boom hangover

US faces daunting post-boom hangover

THE HANGOVER caused by the worst oil bust since the 1980s, with more than 60 companies in bankruptcy,

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24 JUN 2016
DMP heads off misinformation

DMP heads off misinformation

WESTERN Australia's Department of Mines and Petroleum has released an open letter to correct what it

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23 JUN 2016
OPEC now an

OPEC now an 'observer'

OPTIMISM is growing in the oil patch, with OPEC now relegated to being an "observer" rather than a price-setter

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20 JUN 2016
Don

Don't underestimate North West Shelf: analyst

CREDIT Suisse has underestimated the North West Shelf's potential for more untapped gas in downgrading

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17 JUN 2016
Warnings of $2T under-investment

Warnings of $2T under-investment

THE oil and gas industry has slashed capital spending to a point below the minimum required levels to

Exploration

16 JUN 2016
Sino spruiks LNG-scale potential

Sino spruiks LNG-scale potential

THE offer by a Hong Kong-based group to buy out Sino Gas and Energy's partner in the Ordos Basin for

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15 JUN 2016
Austin to accelerate Pathfinder chase

Austin to accelerate Pathfinder chase

AUSTIN Energy's Magellan-1 well is still to be tested, but if it flows as expected it will be a game-changer

Exploration

13 JUN 2016
Nuclear is the future: economist

Nuclear is the future: economist

NUCLEAR technology will be hard to beat in the long-term as increased energy demand is a given with the

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10 JUN 2016
Murky outlook for Oz decommissioning

Murky outlook for Oz decommissioning

THOUGH oil and gas construction activity is plummeting and many contractors are looking to decommissioning

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09 JUN 2016
Coleman lashes industry

Coleman lashes industry

AUSTRALIA cannot afford to repeat the mistakes of the recent past and producers need to get cracking

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08 JUN 2016
APPEA losing the perception war

APPEA losing the perception war

THE AUSTRALIAN oil patch appears to be losing the war on trying to drum up support for what it's been

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07 JUN 2016
Queensland koala mauls Russian bear

Queensland koala mauls Russian bear

QUEENSLAND, which just a decade ago was considering piping in gas from Papua New Guinea to meet its domestic

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03 JUN 2016
The rocket science behind revolutionising LNG

The rocket science behind revolutionising LNG

ROCKET scientists from an Adelaide consultancy started by ex-RAAF test pilot Jim Whalley, who still flies

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02 JUN 2016
Canadian warning for Oz energy future

Canadian warning for Oz energy future

CANADA'S status as an energy superpower is under threat as the global dominance of fossil fuels could

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01 JUN 2016
Analysts back InterOil offer

Analysts back InterOil offer

INDUSTRY insiders believe that the lack of a competing deal for Papua New Guinea firm InterOil, and the

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27 MAY 2016
Mission to Myanmar

Mission to Myanmar

BLACK Ridge Mining's transformation from a mineral explorer into a survey firm with multiple assets is

Exploration

26 MAY 2016