Posts In: Surat Basin

17 May 2017
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Queensland opens up Surat acreage

The Queensland Government will release 365 square kilometres of land for gas development to supply Australia’s east coast market.

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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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13 December 2015
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APLNG reaches penultimate milestone

Australia Pacific LNG has begun production of LNG at Curtis Island LNG facility on Curtis Island, near Gladstone.

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25 November 2015
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QCLNG second train operational

BG Group has begun commercial operations from the second train at its Queensland Curtis LNG (QCLNG) plant.

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17 November 2015
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QGC invests AU$1.7bn in Surat Basin project

QGC has announced a two-year, AU$1.7 billion development of its natural gas tenements in the Surat Basin to support gas production and, according to QGC’s managing director, ensures security of the area’s natural gas industry.

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29 September 2015
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Leighton Contractors lands APLNG contract extension

Leighton Contractors have been awarded a two-year contract by the Australia Pacific LNG (APLNG) joint venture to deliver gas field development works.

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17 September 2015
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NATA-accredited lab delivers calibration services to Surat Basin

For the first time, the Surat Basin’s CSG, mining, power generation and specialised service industries have immediate access to a locally based NATA-accredited calibration laboratory.

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17 September 2015
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Shell, BG deal open to public comment

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is calling on industry to provide comment on Royal Dutch Shell’s $US70 billion ($A99 million) takeover bid of BG Group.

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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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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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14 May 2015
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Arrow extends Surat Basin contract for Easternwell

Transfield Services subsidiary Easternwell has been awarded a multi-million dollar contract extension by Arrow Energy for two rigs plus an additional rig for workover and completion services in the Surat Basin, Queensland.

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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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18 December 2014
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Senex Energy on Australia’s unconventional gas revolution

Australian energy company Senex Energy is well-known for its longstanding history in the local oil and gas industry. Gas Today sat down with Senex Energy Managing Director and Chief Executive Ian Davies to talk about the role of gas in Senex’s operations, the significance of Senex’s first gas sales and a few exciting projects the company has in the pipeline.

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26 November 2014
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Hornet gas field pre-commissioning for first gas sales

Senex Energy has announced that the Hornet-1 gas well is in pre-commissioning ahead of first gas sales for Senex.

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3 September 2014
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Easternwell secures $39 million in new contracts

Transfield Services subsidiary Easternwell has secured five new contracts and contract extensions for its camp management services worth $39 million throughout the Surat and Cooper Basins with organisations including Drillsearch, Beach Petroleum and Weatherford Camps.

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26 August 2014
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Becoming bi-directional: SWQP reconfiguration

Gas Today takes an in-depth look at APA Group’s construction approach to the Easternhaul Project, which involves the reconfiguration of the South West Queensland Pipeline to provide bi-directional flow and is being executed across three existing operating facilities.

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