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Has the ship sailed for floating LNG?

Has the ship sailed for floating LNG?

Giant floating gas processing ships were once touted as the solution for accessing major gas reserves in remote and deep water but the industry now appears to have missed the boat as focus shifts back to onshore processing.

  • by Cole Latimer

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Origin's APLNG posts record gas revenue
Origin Energy

Origin's APLNG posts record gas revenue

Origin Energy's jointly owned LNG venture in Queensland lifted quarterly revenue 45 per cent on the previous year on higher LNG and oil prices and a weaker Australian dollar.

  • by Cole Latimer
The 'Gas Hunger Games': Four predictions for gas in 2019
Oil

The 'Gas Hunger Games': Four predictions for gas in 2019

Gas is forecast to have a tumultuous path ahead in 2019.

  • by Cole Latimer
Oil Search sees second half surge after 'challenging year'
Oil

Oil Search sees second half surge after 'challenging year'

Oil Search CEO Peter Botten says the company has seen a fourth-quarter surge after it faced the most challenging year in its history.

  • by Cole Latimer
Kleenheat regrets 'misleading' gas discount advertisements
Wesfarmers

Kleenheat regrets 'misleading' gas discount advertisements

“WA gas customers who saw the Kleenheat advertisements could easily have assumed the discount was permanent and applied to the entire bill."

  • by Hannah Barry
World's largest floating LNG platform starts production in WA
Energy

World's largest floating LNG platform starts production in WA

Royal Dutch Shell has begun output at its Prelude floating LNG facility in WA, further cementing Australia's lead as the world's biggest LNG exporter.

  • by Jessica Jaganathan
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Christmas crunch: Union claims 198 Barrow Island jobs to be axed
CIMIC Group

Christmas crunch: Union claims 198 Barrow Island jobs to be axed

In a statement posted to the union's Facebook page it criticised the move being so close to Christmas.

  • by Hamish Hastie
Fracking FAQs: all your questions answered in 300 words or less
Analysis
Analysis

Fracking FAQs: all your questions answered in 300 words or less

We know, it’s Christmas and you’re time-poor. So we’ve kept the answers to these ‘frequently asked questions’ about fracking to 300 words or less.

  • by Emma Young
Coal is Australia’s most valuable export in 2018
Coal

Coal is Australia’s most valuable export in 2018

It is the first time coal has overtaken iron ore in value since the mining boom five years ago.

  • by Cole Latimer
There's enough gas to go around, at a price
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ACCC

There's enough gas to go around, at a price

The ACCC's latest review of the east coast gas market says there is enough gas to meet demand, for the moment, but it comes at a steep price. Developments in the US might help.

  • by Stephen Bartholomeusz
'Companies will close': Watchdog sounds warning on gas prices
Gas

'Companies will close': Watchdog sounds warning on gas prices

State bans on gas exploration and production are restricting supply and resulting in higher prices, says the ACCC.

  • by Cole Latimer