A New Gas Industry Snapshot

GAS SPEND

A new 19-page snapshot developed by the GasFields Commission has been released aimed at providing real facts about the operations of Queensland petroleum and gas industry. Data collection and dissemination was one of the recommendations of the Scott review into the GasFields Commission in 2016 … [Read more...]

More GAS needed – New Report

Gas Price Trends

The latest expert report shows there’s a need for more gas supply across Australia. The Gas Price Trends Review 2017 shows that Queensland had the lowest wholesale gas prices in Australia last year, but more gas is needed to drive down prices. The report released today shows prices for … [Read more...]

Qld Gas Agreement Announced

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Arrow Energy has announced a 27-year agreement with the QCLNG joint venture, for one of the largest gas supply deals on Australia’s east coast. The project will create around 1000 new jobs - 800 during peak construction and around 200 ongoing operational roles. The company says the deal will … [Read more...]

New Pipeline to Gas

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A deal to deliver a new gas pipeline to the eastern seaboard from Mount Isa has been sealed by Jemena and Galilee Energy Limited with the proposed new pipeline to link Mount Isa to the eastern seaboard via the Galilee and the Wallumbilla Gas Hub near Roma. Jemena is the company building the … [Read more...]

The Hunt for Gas Grows

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More than 19,000 square km of Queensland will be released for exploration and to identify new-age minerals needed for the next technology and renewables boom. Natural Resources and Mines Minister Anthony Lynham today released the Annual Exploration Program for 2017-18, including thousands of … [Read more...]

Gas Shortfall Likely in 2018

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The Australia Government has released the ACCC’s first interim report into the supply of, and demand for, wholesale gas in Australia and the outlook is not pretty. The ACCC Gas Inquiry 2017-20 Interim Report focusses on likely supply and demand conditions for 2018 and according to ACCC Chair Rod … [Read more...]