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Company news: CKI, AGL, Strike and more


PPO News provides you with a wrap of this week’s company news in the Australian oil and gas industry.

Jemena has announced the retirement of Managing Director Paul Adams, who will retire in mid-October.

Western Australia Premier Mark McGowan has called for gas from the offshore Browse and Scarborough gas fields to be processed onshore.

On top of announcing an agreement with APA Group yesterday for the Crib Point Pakenham Pipeline, AGL has also secured a deal for the LNG import jetty.

CKI launches APA bid


A CK Infrastructure Holdings-led consortium (CKI) has lodged a $13 billion takeover bid for APA Group, owner and operator of some of Australia’s key infrastructure.

Sole-3 reservoir complete


Cooper Energy has drilled the Sole-3 gas well to a total depth (TD) and intersected the reservoir, recording gas observations consistent with pre-drill expectations.

Shell has moved closer to production at its Prelude FLNG Project with the introduction of LNG to cool down the plant system.

APA Group has entered into a Development Agreement (DA) and a 20 year Gas Transportation Agreement (GTA) with AGL for the Crib Point Pakenham Pipeline (CPPP).

Central Petroleum has made changes to its management team, while also revealing its key priorities over the next 12 months.

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