Energy Briefs

IN TODAY'S Energy Briefs: Australia backs IEA in China; Pilot wins permit; AEP farm-in approved; Wind powers ahead in Europe; Technip wins Gulf contract; 88E describes ‘permeability superhighway'; Byron extends raising; Arctic appeal; Wood in North Sea win; BW close to recovering exploded FPSO; Study finds no frac danger; and US court blocks clean power plan.


Foreign affairs minister Julie Bishop and resources minister Josh Frydenberg have announced funding for the establishment of the International Energy Agency China Centre.