All Australia articles – Page 14

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    LNG plant puts Queensland on energy map


    The plant, which cost $200m and is operated by BOC, provides a cleaner, cost effective domestic gas fuel opportunity for manufacturing in the Queensland area – as well as off grid generation and transport.

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    Santos GLNG nears first LNG


    After three and a half years of construction work, Santos GLNG has installed the final module on its two LNG processing trains, key components of its gas liquefaction plant on Curtis Island near Gladstone, Australia.

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    Event marks next wave in CCS


    Top national and international researchers in carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies are converging on Torquay, Australia today and tomorrow to present significant new findings from their work.

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    Asia-Pacific the right move for Den Hartogh


    Den Hartogh Gas Logistics decided five years ago to put containerised supply chain services for the (air) gas industry as one of its strategic spearheads, and the company seems to have made the right choice.

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    Australian firm selects McPhy’s hydrogen storage


    McPhy Energy has sold its integrated solid hydrogen production-storage solution to the Australian firm Petawatt® Energy. Following the success of its major demonstration projects, this contract confirms the commercial relevance of McPhy’s range of power-to-power solutions.

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    $5m assures Otway project longevity


    The Cooperative Research Centre for Greenhouse Gas Technologies (CO2CRC) has welcomed the announcement by Victoria’s Minister for Energy and Resources, Russell Northe, of an additional $5m for world leading research in carbon dioxide (CO2) storage at the Otway site.

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    A playground of opportunities – Asia-Pacific Industrial Gas Conference 2014


    The Asia-Pacific region is attracting increased investment interests across all segments of its energy value chain – and the industrial gas sector in the region has never looked more inviting. With a playground of opportunities available, what better time for gasworld to make a welcome return to the bustling metropolitan ...

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    More threats to Qatar’s LNG crown


    The world dominance of Qatar in the production of LNG may soon come to an end in both export and flexible LNG supply by the end of the decade – according to a new report from consultants Wood Mackenzie.

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    UK and Australia unite


    The two countries have united to research and develop carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects together to further advance the technology available.

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    LNG projects reach milestones


    Northwest Australia’s Ichthys and Gorgon liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects each have reached construction phase milestones, while the first of three LNG projects on the eastern coast of Curtis Island is close to start-up.