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September 06, 2023
The new deadline for industrial action at the Gorgon and Wheatstone plants is 6 a.m. local time Friday, a Chevron Australia spokesperson said in an emailed statement. The unions previously threatened to start partial strikes on Sep. 7 and then escalate to full stoppages that would begin Sep. 14 and last two weeks.
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September 06, 2023
The agreement secures a delivery schedule for the eight LM6000PF+ gas turbines, main refrigerant compressors, and control units required for Phase 1, supporting Driftwood’s ability to achieve initial liquefied natural gas (LNG) production in 2027.
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September 06, 2023
Gas demand is expected to continue to grow for quite some time in order to enhance energy security, curb consumption of dirtier coal and compliment intermittent renewable sources, Steve Hill, Executive Vice President of Shell Energy, said at the same conference.
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September 05, 2023
Venture Global and Baker Hughes have executed an expanded master equipment supply agreement for the delivery of additional liquefaction train systems and power island systems for Venture Global’s future LNG export projects.
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September 05, 2023
The workers have served Chevron notice that they plan full stoppages from Sept. 14, following partial strikes from Sept. 7, the Offshore Alliance grouping said Tuesday on Facebook.
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September 04, 2023
SnapLNG by T.EN is an electrically-driven LNG train solution comprised of reproducible modules ready for delivery and installation.
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September 04, 2023
A Chevron spokesman confirmed that workers voted against the proposed agreements and said it was “part of the bargaining process and an important step which enabled employees to share their views.”
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September 01, 2023
Santos has executed a binding sale agreement to deliver Kumul Petroleum Holdings Limited a 2.6% participating interest in PNG LNG, for a total purchase consideration comprising cash of $576 million and the assumption of ca. $160 million of project finance debt.
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August 28, 2023
Unions gave notice for industrial action at the Gorgon and Wheatstone export plants, the company said Monday in an emailed statement. Chevron will “continue to work through the bargaining process as we seek outcomes that are in the interests of both employees and the company,” it said.
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August 24, 2023
Woodside said “substantial progress” had been made in the talks and confirmed unions had not triggered an option to give the required seven working days’ notice to begin a strike.
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August 23, 2023
Given the strong market outlook for cleaner burning fuels in Asia and the continuing strong demand in Europe, Delfin is accelerating the development of the remaining FLNG vessel slots at the Delfin LNG project.
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August 22, 2023
Baker Hughes will work with Commonwealth LNG on maximizing the project’s output and minimizing emissions using Baker Hughes’ LM9000 aeroderivative gas turbine technology – the most efficient in the 65+ MW power range. 
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August 21, 2023
The permit covers an area of 418 km2 in the Timor Sea, approximately 250 km northeast of the Ichthys offshore facilities. This permit includes the Cash and Maple gas and condensate fields, discovered in 2002 and 1989 respectively, and subsequently appraised by several wells.
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August 15, 2023
Apache Corp., confident in its oil discovery with TotalEnergies SE off Suriname’s coast, is pursuing further discussions for a floating liquefied natural gas (LNG) site in cooperation with neighboring Guyana, an Apache executive told analysts and investors.
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August 10, 2023
The first contract has been awarded to Saipem by Eni Congo for the conversion of Scarabeo 5 semisubmersible drilling unit into a separation and boosting plant.
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August 10, 2023
European natural gas fluctuated Thursday as traders weighed the prospects of any major impact and erased some of the 28% surge the previous day — a move not seen since the early weeks of the Russian invasion of Ukraine last year that upended global supply of the fuel.
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August 08, 2023
Scarborough, which will drill gas offshore and process it at an expanded plant on the Burrup Peninsula in Western Australia, is forecast to produce as much as 8 million tons of LNG a year.
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August 08, 2023
Replacing on-site gas turbine generators with power from shore will slash carbon dioxide emissions from the facility by 850,000 tons annually after its planned completion, equal to 13% of the 55% cut in carbon emissions pledged by Norway’s oil and gas sector, according to Equinor.
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August 04, 2023
Tourmaline said late on Wednesday that it’s joining Rockies LNG, a group of producers working on the 12 million-metric-ton-per-year Ksi Lisims project on the northern edge of British Columbia’s Pacific coast.
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August 04, 2023
Under a 20-year agreement, ConocoPhillips will buy approximately 2.2 million tons of LNG annually from Mexico Pacific Limited LLC, the companies said in a statement Thursday.
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July 28, 2023
Under the terms of the agreement, bp will provide OMV with LNG from its diverse and global portfolio, which will be received and re-gasified through the Gate LNG Terminal in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, where OMV holds regasification capacity, or other terminals in Europe.
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