Clémence Carayol

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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
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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
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New bill to set renewable targets in the making

The Victorian Legislative Council agreed to an amendment to the Climate Change and Energy Legislation Amendment Bill 2023. The bill will now return to the Legislative Assembly to consider this amendment. Read More
Origin Energy has released its Quarterly Report for the period to 31 December 2023 covering the performance of its Integrated Gas, Energy Markets and Octopus Energy segments. Image: ktasimar/stock.adobe.com

Bass on a high

Bass Oil has announced the results of its annual reserves review for the year ending of 2023, with results showing an increase over the prior year. Read More
Collectively, the near-field exploration targets identified to date are demonstrating the strong potential for a commercial gas project. Image: Tomasz Zajda/stock.adobe.com.

Focusing on the environment with AGIG

This year’s report focuses on Australian Gas Infrastructure Group (AGIG)’s commitment to improving long-term impacts to the environment in the interests of its customers, community and employees while delivering best-practice performance as one of Australia’s largest gas infrastructure businesses. Read More

Beach appoints new director

Beach Energy has recently announced the appointment of Sally Martin as an independent non-executive director. Read More