Posts In: Cooper Basin

21 February 2017
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Senex commits $50 million to Western Surat Gas Project

Senex Energy has sanctioned its first major investment in the Western Surat Gas Project, committing $50 million to a 30 well drilling campaign, with gas production of around 10 TJ/d expected by mid-2018.

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30 March 2016
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Santos to drill 6,100 new wells

Santos and its JV partners have received approval from the Federal Government to drill 6,100 new CSG wells in Queensland.

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30 March 2016
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APA buys out QLD gas power station

APA Group has secured 100 per cent ownership of the Diamantina Power Station project after purchasing AGL’s half of the project for $151 million.

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21 March 2016
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Australia’s land access new frontier

Queensland GasFields Commissioner John Cotter has recently completed a stocktake of the construction of the three export pipelines in Queensland, and has gathered some key lessons about oil and gas land access best practice.

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21 March 2016
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Australia’s gas exploration and production opportunities

With international LNG exports and domestic consumption increasing the demand for Australian gas, significant opportunities exist for the local sector. Gas Today takes a look at what will be driving the next wave of exploration and development.

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21 March 2016
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QGC’s Charlie: A vote of confidence in Queensland

QGC’s AU$1.7 billion Charlie development in the Surat Basin represents a significant new investment for Queensland’s gas industry, following the successful start-up of the state’s three LNG production facilities in late 2015.

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21 March 2016
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Commercialising Arrow’s mammoth CSG reserves

In late 2015, production challenges led to Arrow Energy’s decision to delay its upstream Bowen Basin development. Now, all eyes are on what the company will do with its massive CSG reserves in Queensland as it reduces its operational footprint in Australia.

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20 January 2016
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Senex performing well against market

Senex Energy has demonstrated a strong fiscal position amid tough industry conditions, thanks to a $42 million cash injection in December 2015 on the back of sales to GLNG.

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22 September 2015
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Within striking distance

Fresh from revealing Strike Energy’s strategy focused on a cost-effective, significant unconventional gas resource and an impressive Q4 results announcement, David Wrench, MD of Strike Energy tells Gas Today’s Eddie Morton how the company is fast accelerating towards commercialisation of its Southern Cooper Basin asse

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16 September 2015
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A tale of two states

As neighbouring southern states, South Australia and Victoria share a lot in common. However, it is clear that effective gas industry governance is not a shared characteristic, with Victoria’s industry in an irresolute state and South Australia’s charging ahead.

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16 September 2015
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Cooper Basin firms hit hardest by oil slump

Cooper Basin oil and gas companies have allegedly lost an average of 70 per cent market share during the global oil price rout, an analysis from EnergyQuest states.

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16 September 2015
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Cooper Basin firms hit hardest by oil slump

Cooper Basin oil and gas companies have allegedly lost an average of 70 per cent market share during the global oil price rout, an analysis from EnergyQuest states.

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31 August 2015
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Capacity increase at Strike Energy’s Klebb wells

Water production rates at Strike Energy’s unconventional gas wells Klebb-2 and Klebb-3 wells have been significantly ramped up, according to a statement made by the company.

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24 August 2015
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Beach Energy flags $449 million impairment charges

Beach Energy’s Cooper Basin and Egyptian interests are expected to incur about $A449 million worth of non-cash asset impairment charges in the company’s 2014-15 full year accounts.

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13 August 2015
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Beach aims for ASX top 50

Beach Energy has outlined an ambitious strategy to become an ASX top 50 company through a combination of efficiency and CAPEX tightening measures and potential acquisitions.

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12 August 2015
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Science to assist NSW onshore gas

The Australian Pipelines and Gas Association has welcomed the federal government’s funding announcement for further gas research, citing a need to increase state-wide supply of the resource.

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11 August 2015
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Sundance buys out Cooper Basin assets

Sundance Energy Australia has acquired New Standard Energy Ltd’s US and Cooper Basin assets including oil and gas producing wells.

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29 July 2015
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Beach Energy cuts spending

Beach Energy is reining in spending for the upcoming financial year in preparation for sustained lower oil prices.

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28 July 2015
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Senex eyes gas growth year ahead

Senex Energy will focus on its gas operations in the coming financial year after weakening revenue and production figures and ongoing capex tightening measures were revealed in the company’s latest quarterly announcements.

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6 July 2015
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AGL Energy to divest significant gas assets

AGL Energy has flagged around $A600 million worth of asset write-downs for its upstream business.

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6 July 2015
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AGL Energy to divest upstream gas assets

AGL Energy has flagged around $A600 million worth of asset write-downs for its upstream business.

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29 June 2015
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Icon Energy and Shantou Sino Energy extend LNG deal

Icon Energy and Shantou Sino Energy have extended the date for conditions to supply gas sourced from Icon’s Cooper Basin tenements to China.

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11 June 2015
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Santos and the Cooper Basin: the next frontier

Santos has a long, proud history in Australia’s prolific Cooper Basin, having explored for oil and gas in the area since 1954.

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15 May 2015
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QLD Govt releases major gas acreage

The Queensland Government is seeking interest from oil and gas exploration companies from around the globe, following the release of 11,000 sq km for exploration expressions of interest.

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20 March 2015
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Driving Industry: An overview of the key performers in Australia’s gas basins

Gas Today Senior Journalist Tim Fitzpatrick examines production and exploration efforts currently underway to develop Australia’s conventional and unconventional gas potential, and the success stories behind them.

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29 January 2015
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Beach Energy records strong gas production in December quarter

Beach has announced record first half sales volumes of 5.7 million barrels of oil (MMboe), which includes 2.9 MMboe for the December quarter.

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