Canada, the frozen version of Saudi Arabia?

When one thinks of Canada, images of snow, the 'Mounties', maple leaves and the like immediately come

Exploration

17 JAN 2002

Origin Energy's billion dollar bond sale

Energy retailing company, Origin Energy, has established a billion dollar debt issuance program to refinance

Electricity

17 JAN 2002

AGL among the market's poor performance: Shareholder Association

The Australian Shareholder Association is not happy with the performance of some Australian companies

Electricity

17 JAN 2002

Indonesians eye Malaysian gas market

Indonesia's state oil and gas company, Pertamina, is looking to sell as much as one billion standard

Production

17 JAN 2002

BP forecasts production increase for 2001

In the company's latest trading update, British Petroleum is forecasting its total 2001 full year production

Production

17 JAN 2002

Rumours have ENI stalking Enterprise Oil

The oil and gas rumour mill is in full swing again this week. Last week there were rumours that oil services

Electricity

17 JAN 2002

Sydney Gas gets coveted development status

In a first for coal bed methane projects in NSW, the State's Minister for Planning, Mr Andrew Refshauge,

Exploration

16 JAN 2002

ABB completes two million cycles test on subsea choke actuator

On a specially designed and built rig in England, ABB has successfully concluded a unique test on a high

Production

16 JAN 2002

Carnarvon spuds new Thai well, concludes fundraising

Junior oil and gas producer, Carnarvon Petroleum NL, has commenced drilling of a new well, WB-N3, in

Drilling

16 JAN 2002

Amadeus' option to Honeywell lapses, negotiations over extension continues

The directors of Amadeus Petroleum announced that the option granted to Honeywell Limited in May of last

Production

16 JAN 2002

Beach gains ownership Qld oil fields, begins Otway Basin drilling

Beach Petroleum NL is now in full ownership of the Bodalla Block after agreeing to buy Santos' remaining

Drilling

16 JAN 2002

PML unveils innovative unmanned gas detection unit

Petroleum Mud Logging Inc, a wholly owned subsidiary of Rentech Inc, has introduced a new unmanned gas

Drilling

16 JAN 2002

Matrix plans to re-enter Indonesian well after drilling study

Matrix Oil NL said it plans to re-enter its West Kambuna-1 well after independent studies showed gas

Drilling

16 JAN 2002

Nigeria takes big step toward oil market liberalisation

The troubled African nation of Nigeria, which also happens to be the Dark Continent's largest oil producing

Exploration

16 JAN 2002

No risk to power supply: Vic Energy Minister

With three power plants out of action due to maintenance, the Victorian Government is working frantically

Electricity

16 JAN 2002

No mutiny on Bounty Oil public offering

Sharemarket punters are not about to mutiny against Bounty Oil as the company's $5 million initial public

Exploration

16 JAN 2002

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