Pipelines

Woodside confirms pipeline preference for Browse project


Woodside has confirmed that it would prefer a pipeline for the Browse LNG project, as it revisits the potential project 425 km offshore Broome, Western Australia.

Jemena’s $800 million Northern Gas Pipeline (NGP) has reached another crucial milestone, after land access arrangements with the Wakaya People were finalised last week.

PPO News provides you with the latest company news and movements in the Australian oil and gas industry.

BP New Zealand Holdings has reduced its stake in Refining NZ by 11.1 per cent, down from the 21.19 per cent it initially held.

APGA appoints new Chief Executive


Australian Pipelines and Gas Association (APGA) President Shaun Reardon has announced the appointment of Peter Greenwood to the role of Chief Executive of the association.

APGA outlines 2050 vision


Australia’s gas industry has launched a vision that shows gas will play a key part in our energy mix until 2050.

Technology can strengthen the role Australian gas plays in the diverse energy mix beyond 2030 as outlined in a new vision launched today by the gas industry.

Newly elected Western Australia Premier Mark McGowan has announced a ministerial change to the Mines and Petroleum portfolio to avoid a conflict of interest.

Speeding up the introduction of gas market reforms may have unintended consequences, Australian Pipelines and Gas Association National Policy Manager Steve Davies told the Australian Domestic Gas Outlook Conference.

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