Pipelines

Browse deal imminent: Coleman


Woodside Energy CEO Peter Coleman says a deal with the North West Shelf Joint Venture (NWS JV) to develop gas from the Browse field was imminent.

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

The Leigh Creek Energy Project (LCEP) in South Australia has received environmental approval for the Pre-Commercial Demonstration (PCD) stage of the project.

Mitsui & Co. Ltd has extended the offer period for its unconditional takeover of West Australian producer AWE Limited.

Woodside nears Wheatstone win


Woodside Energy has revealed the Wheatstone LNG Train 2 is nearing completion, with the company's other developments making good progress.

Jemena confirms NGP expansion


Following yesterday’s decision to lift the moratorium on fracking in the Northern Territory, Jemena has signalled its intention to extend and expand the Northern Gas Pipeline (NGP).

Northern Territory Chief Minister Michael Gunner today announced the NT Government had accepted all 135 recommendations of the independent fracking inquiry.

Senex Energy has reached an agreement with Beach Energy to transfer up to AU$43 million free carry commitment on the companies’ unconventional Joint Venture (JV) to Senex-operated oil assets in the western flank of the Cooper Basin.

Real Energy spudded its Tamarama-2 well in the Cooper Basin on 13 April.

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