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

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

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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Strike bolsters position in Perth Basin

Strike Energy has had an active and successful first half of the financial year, having completed and brought online its maiden domestic gas development at Walyering, as well as completing an appraisal drilling program at the South Erregulla gas field. Read More
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Record cash dividend for Santos

Santos continues to execute its strategy to deliver long-term value for shareholders through sustaining production, decarbonising operations and developing low-carbon fuels as customer demand evolves. Read More
The Pilbara Hydrogen Hub is set to become a major centre for hydrogen production and export. Image: Viktor Posnov/stock.adobe.com.

Boosting WA’s hydrogen industry

The federal and WA governments have joined forces with a $140 million agreement to build a hydrogen hub in the Pilbara in Western Australia (WA). Read More
State Gas' CNG facility is now in the final stages of completion and commissioning. Image: sandsun/stock.adobe.com.

State Gas’ CNG completion imminent

The company’s compressed natural gas facility (CNG) is about to be complete, while sale of compressed gas are to commence mid-February. Read More