Exxonmobil considering LNG imports

ExxonMobil is the latest player to consider LNG imports to Australia’s east coast to help alleviate an expected gas shortage in 2021.

The Barossa-Caldita Joint Venture has made progress on the front end engineering and design (FEED) phase of the Barossa offshore project with the award of three major engineering contracts.

Chevron Australia has begun LNG production from the second train at the Wheatstone Project, located 12 km west of Onslow in Western Australia.

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

Ocean Infinity wins Woodside work

Ocean Infinity has been awarded a contract by Woodside Energy to provide data in support of the Scarborough field development.

Strong gas show in Myall Creek 4A well

The production section of the Myall Creek 4A well has been drilled to a depth of 2,395 m and has had better than anticipated gas shows.

The WA Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety has approved ongoing well integrity assessment works at Waggon Creek-1 and Vienta-1 in EP386.

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.

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