A helicopter search and rescue company that services WA’s resources sector has created a new cadetship program to attract applicants to the high-pressure job.
The Grattan Institute has modelled scenarios for Australia's electricity system, finding gas will be needed in a backup, but not expanded, role.
Kevin Gallagher has been given a $6m bonus to stay on at the oil and gas company until at least 2025.
Current expressions for long-term offtake for urea from Strike’s proposed $2.3 billion Geraldton plant exceed the project’s proposed 1.4 million tonne-a-year supply.
New changes confirmed today will enable the Government to claw back decommissioning costs from former oil and gas project owners.
The contract with Hokkaido Gas is the first with Japan in eight years and will be mainly supplied by the Gorgon and Wheatstone gas projects in northern WA.
Calvert Research and Management says Woodside’s board doesn’t meet its board diversity guidelines.
The DomGas Alliance representing the State’s biggest gas users has commissioned a report by Wood Mackenzie on the future of the gas supply in WA.
Liquefied natural gas deliveries expanded the most in a year as Asia and Europe refilled inventories drained over the winter, and as pandemic-ravaged economies slowly begin to reopen.
Keeping a workforce of nearly 2000 healthy took on a new and urgent dimension for Chevron Australia’s chief medical officer Dr Max Hills during the recent COVID crisis.
The US giant’s Australian business struggled in 2020 with weak LNG prices, falling sales to Japan and production disruptions from major repairs to its Gorgon gas plant.
AGL Energy plans to split into two separate businesses as increased renewables generation upends the nation’s electricity landscape.
The mining and services company is pursuing its own gas to reduce its reliance on diesel.
Federal Government data shows export revenue from Australia’s resources and energy sector is set to hit an all-time high of $296b this financial year.
The resources contractor says the new 10-year deal with the US-owned oil and gas giant is the longest maintenance contract in Australia.
A member poll by the WA Chamber of Minerals and Energy has found 89 per cent of resources companies in the State are well prepared or very well prepared to respond to a second wave of coronavirus.
The State’s first ever Hydrogen Industry Minister hopes to see the renewable energy source exported from WA by 2024 — but replacing diesel in generators and on mine sites well before then.
The company follows similar moves by Santos and Rio Tinto and reflects growing pressure by activist investors.
Former BHP boss to succeed Chad Holliday who will step down from the oil and gas giant’s board in May.
The recent surge in the price of energy, metals and crops is highlighting the strengths of some and the vulnerabilities of others, with Australia thankfully on the right side of the boom.
Two shareholder groups are renewing pressure on the oil and gas company’s climate change credentials by putting forward rebel resolutions at next month’s annual meeting.
The Centre of Decommissioning Australia reckons industry collaboration can slash decommissioning costs for dozens of offshore oil and gas fields by up to 35 per cent.
Rising female stars across WA’s resource sector say there is no better time for women to consider a career in mining, oil and gas.
The energy giant will reduce its presence in Myanmar and expects “full de-mobilisation” of its offshore exploration drilling team in response to suspected human rights abuses by the military.
Danielle Le Messurier
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