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AGL leading the way

AGL leading the way

August 11, 2015 By Emma Brown LARGE scale renewable energy projects are fast increasing in popularity as companies look at ways to harness Australia’s clean energy resources to produce more…

Oil and gas thriving in NZ

Oil and gas thriving in NZ

August 11, 2015 By Emma Brown NEW Zealand has a long history of oil and gas exploration dating back to 1886.  Recently, the country has redefined the scale of the…

Tasmanian ports play big part in oil and gas industry

Tasmanian ports play big part in oil and gas industry

August 8, 2015 By Emma Brown TASMANIA is home to more than 40 enterprises involved in the oil and gas, offshore and sub-sea industries. These numbers are likely to grow…

LNG construction surges forward

LNG construction surges forward

By Emma Brown July 6, 2015 ENERGY giant Chevron has operated in Australia’s oil and gas industry since 1952. Today, Chevron is the largest holder of exploration permits across Australia…

Showcasing the region

Showcasing the region

By Emma Brown July, 6, 2015 WITH many major projects underway or about to commence production, it’s an exciting time for the Northern Territory’s resources industry. Held at the Darwin…

Project success for major player

Project success for major player

By Courtney Pearson July, 6, 2015 BEGINNING production ahead of schedule was the first sign that BHP Billiton’s Pyrenees project would be one of the company’s most successful. Pyrenees, which…

Day in the Life

Day in the Life

Managing crises and making a difference to local communities reap their own rewards, Professional Public Relations oil and gas practice lead Tim Larcombe told Courtney Pearson. What does your role involve?…

Bumper year in Canning Basin

Bumper year in Canning Basin

By Courtney Pearson June 4, 2015 HARD work is starting to pay off for WA explorer Buru Energy, which has enjoyed a year of firsts. Not only has the company…

Q&A: Research director of the Great Australian Bight Research Program, Dr Steve Lapidge

Q&A: Research director of the Great Australian Bight Research Program, Dr Steve Lapidge

By Emma Brown June 4, 2015 The Great Australian Bight Research Program is one of the largest whole-of-ecosystem studies ever undertaken in Australia waters. The area is a unique marine environment,…

Day in the Life

Day in the Life

Managing crises and making a difference to local communities reap their own rewards, Professional Public Relations oil and gas practice lead Tim Larcombe told Courtney Pearson. What does your role…

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