Clémence Carayol

Barossa FPSO almost complete

The Barossa Gas Project has reached a significant milestone with the Barossa FPSO – one of the largest floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessels ever built – nearing completion following the successful installation of 13 of 16 modules. Read More
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Woodside sells Scarborough interest

Woodside has completed the sale of a 10 per cent non-operating participating interest in the Scarborough Joint Venture to LJ Scarborough (LNG Japan). Read More

Increasing Victorian supply with Jemena

Jemena is planning to reverse the 797km Eastern Gas Pipeline (EGP) in order to send up to 300 terajoules/day (TJ/d) of gas from New South Wales into Victoria. Read More
Synergy has installed the containerised battery systems at what will be WA's biggest grid-connected battery energy storage system, providing 200 megawatts of power with 800MW hours of energy storage. Image: RRA/Adobe Stocks.

WA enters battery trials

The Federal and Western Australian (WA) Governments are funding trials of long-duration batteries. Read More
Image: Brastock/stock.adobe.com.

APLNG to supply Shell and Origin

Australia Pacific LNG (APLNG) has reached two new gas sale agreements (GSA) to supply a total of 11.2 petajoules (PJ) to energy retailers Origin and Shell Energy. Read More

Malabar biomethane gets GreenPower light

Australia’s first biomethane-to-gas-network injection plant has been formally certified by GreenPower, marking an important next step for the country’s nascent renewable gas sector. Read More
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Chevron and JX team up

JX Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration Corporation and Chevron New Energies have signed a Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU) that provides a framework to evaluate the export of carbon dioxide from Japan to carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects located in Australia and other countries in the Asia Pacific region. Read More
ARENA First Nations

ARENA supports First Nations hydrogen project

The Australian Renewable Energy Agency has announced a $1,666,701 grant to Aboriginal Clean Energy Partnership to support Phase 1 of the feasibility study for the East Kimberley Clean Energy and Hydrogen Project. Read More