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    Australian researchers set record for carbon dioxide capture

    2020-06-11T14:50:00Z

    Researchers from Monash University in Melbourne, Australia and the CSIRO say they have set a record for carbon dioxide capture and storage (CCS) using technology that resembles a sponge filled with tiny magnets.

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    ACCC grants ANZIGA interim authorisation

    2020-06-11T08:24:00Z

    The Australia Competition Consumer Commission (ACCC) on Tuesday granted interim authorisation to the Australia New Zealand Industrial Gas Association (ANZIGA) to exchange information about medical oxygen amid Covid-19.

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    Rotork technology added to LNG project

    2020-05-29T06:56:00Z

    More than 270 Rotork process control actuators have been ordered for an LNG project in Australia.

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    KBR wins study for Gladstone LNG

    2020-05-28T10:52:00Z

    Engineering, procurement and construction firm KBR has been awarded an energy efficiency opportunities study at Gladstone LNG (GLNG) in Australia by energy giant Santos.

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    Santos acquires LNG infrastructure in major deal

    2020-05-28T09:42:00Z

    Energy giant Santos has acquired a portfolio of low cost natural gas assets and strategic LNG infrastructure in northern Australia and Timor-Leste.

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    Blue Star Helium: 3 Bcf prospective helium resource

    2020-05-27T07:29:00Z

    Blue Star Helium has a prospective helium resource of three billion cubic feet (Bcf) for its two prospects in Colorado, US, the Australian exploration company said today.

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    Coregas supporting HESC project

    2020-05-21T08:58:00Z

    Coregas is providing its expertise in gasification, liquefaction and transportation of hydrogen to a world first project that will convert brown coal to hydrogen for export to Japan.

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    Industry welcomes Australia’s CCS commitment

    2020-05-19T10:30:00Z

    The Global CCS Institute, CO2CRC and Carbon Market Institute have today spoken out on the Australian Government’s plans to accelerate the deployment of carbon capture and storage (CCS).

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    Australia recognises role of CCS to reduce emissions

    2020-05-19T09:55:00Z

    A critical step forward in accelerating the deployment of carbon capture and storage (CCS) in Australia, the country’s government today backed the technology in a bid to cut emissions.

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    LNG Limited sells Magnolia LNG project

    2020-05-13T11:55:00Z

    Global Energy Megatrend Limited has bought Australian LNG firm LNG Limited’s undeveloped Magnolia LNG export terminal in a $2.25m deal.

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    Australia’s grid strong enough to accommodate up to 75% renewables

    2020-05-06T08:49:00Z

    Due to the Covid-19 outbreak and its impact, there is a fall in electricity demand in Australia like elsewhere that has provided an opportunity for the renewable sector to take centre stage in the continent, GlobalData said.

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    Chart joins LNG Marine Fuel Institute

    2020-05-05T10:46:00Z

    Chart Industries been named the newest member of the LNG Marine Fuel Institute (LNG MFI).

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    Big Star Energy changes name to Blue Star Helium

    2020-05-05T08:19:00Z

    Blue Star Helium’s strategy to discover and develop new, high-margin helium supplies in North America is continuing to gain momentum in 2020.

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    Solid oxide electrolysis grows up at CSIRO

    2020-05-04T06:00:00Z

    gas world speaks exclusively to Dr. Ani Kulkarni of Australia’s CSIRO to find out how his team’s R D programme will enable solid oxide electrolysis (SOE) to contribute to decarbonisation of the energy and chemicals sectors.

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    BOC partners with EngineeringAid Australia

    2020-04-28T11:55:00Z

    BOC South Pacific has partnered with EngineeringAid Australia (EAA) to help support and grow indigenous students’ education.

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    Queensland researchers investigate CCS potential

    2020-04-24T10:46:00Z

    According to research by the University of Queensland, carbon capture and storage (CCS) could be a good solution for a low carbon future in the Australian state.

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    Falling oil and gas prices hit Australia’s LNG sector

    2020-04-23T08:37:00Z

    Australia began to develop its liquefied natural gas (LNG) sector a little over a decade ago and quickly became one of the world’s largest exporters of the commodity.

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    PSA systems can help boost oxygen supplies

    2020-04-20T11:41:00Z

    A potential worldwide shortage of medical oxygen supplies due to the coronavirus pandemic could be alleviated by installing Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA) systems in healthcare facilities, says Oxair.

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    Australia to join G20 panel

    2020-04-17T08:49:00Z

    Australia has been invited to take part in a special G20 group appointed to help ensure a stable and sustainable energy market throughout the coronavirus pandemic.

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    AOG2020 a success

    2020-04-16T07:09:00Z

    Initial figures have revealed a successful 2020 Australasian Oil and Gas Exhibition and Conference, held shortly before gatherings were stopped in Western Australia (WA) due to the spread of Covid-19, with more than 2,000 people attending conference sessions.