Australia’s peak oil and gas body has told a Federal inquiry that carbon capture and storage has the potential to deliver “step-change” carbon emissions reductions.
The oil and gas giant has made no secret of its ambitions to slash operating costs by 30 per cent.
Japan’s aggressive new plan to champion clean energy is shaking up the liquefied natural gas market that it helped pioneer 60 years ago.
Simply Energy has paid $2.5 million in fines after sales agents allegedly impersonated customers using phoney accents to switch their contracts without consent.
The new head of Chevron’s Australian division Mark Hatfield has vowed to make good on commitments to capture carbon emissions from the Gorgon LNG project.
A former senior resources industry executive and renewable energy advocate says mining giant BHP is looking to divest its petroleum interests to meet emissions targets.
The report on Australia’s offshore oil and gas regulator recommends it be given powers to also sue company bosses for breaches of petroleum regulations.
Petrol prices around Australia are expected to get cheaper because of one important decision.
A respected analyst believes Woodside may be in a better position to pursue its $16b Scarborough LNG project without its joint venture partner BHP.
Woodside has partnered with a group of government-owned and private Japanese businesses to develop a clean fuel ammonia supply chain between the two nations.
The company has emerged with 8.16 per cent of Warrego Energy, increasing its stake in West Erregulla to 54 per cent.
Just a day after being questioned about approaches by investors, Oil Search reveals it received an offer a month ago.
Managing director of Papua New Guinea-focused Oil Search, Keiran Wulff, has quit his post after just 16 months following what the company claimed were ‘complaints’ about management style.
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The State Government has demanded a meeting with Chevron after the energy giant failed to hit a five-year target to bury greenhouse gas emitted from its Gorgon LNG plant in the Pilbara.
A report calls for Australia to phase out the sale of new petrol and diesel cars by 2035 to help reach net zero emissions by 2050.
Consultancy EnergyQuest’s estimates mirror global trends, with China believed to also now be the world’s biggest buyer of the super-chilled fuel.
The energy group is looking to sell down its stakes in both projects to reduce its capital spending needs.
CIMIC-backed company named long-term master contractor for maintenance at Chevron’s massive Gorgon LNG project.
Woodside Petroleum is addressing corrosion discovered at its North West Shelf project after the issue emerged during planned maintenance at the Karratha Gas Plant.
Oil and gas giant Chevron Australia has joined a string of WA resource companies to welcomed a parliamentary inquiry to sexual harassment in the sector.
Woodside Petroleum has finalised the acquisition of the entire participating interest of Australian explorer FAR in the $5.5 billion Sangomar joint venture oil project in Senegal.
The oil and gas group has declined to comment on speculation it is looking at more cutbacks as part of moves to slash its base operating costs by 30 per cent.
Controversial plans by a Singapore-based company to drill for oil in a nature reserve south of Dongara have been recommended for conditional approval.
The energy group has kicked off a project to improve gas recoveries from the huge fields feeding its Gorgon LNG project.
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