Tag: Australia

The Prelude FLNG facility leaving the SHI Shipyard in South Korea

Going big with floating production vessels

Oil and gas Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessels have opened up hydrocarbon reserves too deep for the reach of rigs and often too far from seabed pipelines and coast… The current population of over 270 oil FPSOs and four mega LNG floating production and storage units, harvest oil […]

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QUATRE LTD PROVIDES NEW FUNDING SOLUTION FOR AUSTRALIA (QUEENSLAND’S) REHAB MINING PROBLEM

QUATRE LTD PROVIDES NEW FUNDING SOLUTION FOR AUSTRALIA (QUEENSLAND’S) REHAB MINING PROBLEM

Press Release QUATRE LTD PROVIDES NEW FUNDING SOLUTION FOR AUSTRALIA (QUEENSLAND’S) REHAB MINING PROBLEM London, January 10, 2017:  London-based company Quatre Ltd, has produced a new solution designed to fund the decommissioning of oil and gas fields and rehabilitation of other extractive industrial locations including mines. Quatre Ltd was originally set […]

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Stepping on the gas

Stepping on the gas

Nicholas Newman Petroleum Review December 2016 Australia and the US have accounted for 75% of the 260tn cf gain in proven gas reserves since 2005, according to BP figures. A decade-long investment boom in as exploration and development, coupled with investments in LNG export processing facilities, have turned Australia into a significant exporter. And there is more to come […]

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Stepping on the gas

Stepping on the gas

Nicholas Newman Petroleum Review December 2016 Australia and the US have accounted for 75% of the 260tn cf gain in proven gas reserves since 2005, according to BP figures. A decade-long investment boom in as exploration and development, coupled with investments in LNG export processing facilities, have turned Australia into a significant exporter. And there is more to come […]

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REDUCING MARKET BARRIERS SEEN AS KEY TO CHINA’S GAS PIPE DREAM

REDUCING MARKET BARRIERS SEEN AS KEY TO CHINA’S GAS PIPE DREAM

By Nicholas Newman, Contributing Editor | November 2014, Vol. 241, No. 11  Pipeline and Gas Journal China’s domestic natural gas production is expected to rise from 120 Bcm to 172 Bcm in 2018. In parallel, the nation is pressing ahead with drilling for unconventional gas and expects to reach its […]

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