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BHP, ExxonMobil drop sale of Australian oil and gas assets - Reuters


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BHP, ExxonMobil drop sale of Australian oil and gas assets
Reuters
The venture in Australia's Victoria state began operations in 1969, according to BHP's website. BHP and Esso Australia each hold a 50 percent share. “After consideration of a range of options, we have currently decided to retain ownership and operation ...
ExxonMobil and BHP withdraw Bass Strait oil assets from sale in major turnaroundABC Online

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China Is Erasing The Gas Glut - OilPrice.com


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China Is Erasing The Gas Glut
OilPrice.com
The effort has been so successful, arguably too successful, that there has been natural gas shortages this winter. At the global level, China is helping to eliminate the glut of LNG, which many analysts predicted would stretch into the 2020s after a ...

Second train at Darwin LNG plant could be jobs bonanza - NT News


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Second train at Darwin LNG plant could be jobs bonanza
NT News
The Territory Government contributed $250,000 towards the $650,000 study on building a second train. Darwin LNG is co-owned by ConocoPhillips, Santos, Japan's Inpex, ENI, Tokyo Electric Power Co and Tokyo Gas Co. “When you look at all of the gas off ...

Global gas giant Linde eyes further expansion in Australia - The Sydney Morning Herald


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Global gas giant Linde eyes further expansion in Australia
The Sydney Morning Herald
Linde Global Chief Executive Aldo Belloni said the company is now looking to install more automated robotic cylinder sorting and movement systems of the same scale at its other Australian plants. “We're looking at plants on the east coast for expansion ...

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Natural gas, LNG restrictions seen likely to worsen Australia's market imbalance - Platts


Natural gas, LNG restrictions seen likely to worsen Australia's market imbalance
Platts
Moratoria and bans on both unconventional and conventional gas by Australian states and territory governments are exacerbating the fundamental imbalance of Australia's east coast market, according to industry sources, analysts and policy advisers ...

 

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