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First Wheatstone LNG train set for mid-2017 start-up


Offshore staff

PERTH, Australia – Woodside Energy has issued brief updates on its development programs offshore Western Australia.

At the Wheatstone project (Woodside 13%), construction and commissioning are progressing with LNG production through Train 1 anticipated in mid-2017, followed by first LNG from Train 2 six to eight months later. 67 more words


Taxpayers as bagholders

Normzig, “No matter how many speeches are made or how many permits are issued and how many rainbow forecasts are shown, the only way BC is getting LNG plants anytime soon is if they build them with taxpayer money.” 465 more words


Pavilion Energy signs MOU with Pertamina on regional small-scale LNG projects

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

From left to right: Ambassador Anil Kumar Nayar, Singapore Ambassador to the Republic of Indonesia; Mr Seah Moon Ming, Group CEO of Pavilion Energy; Ms Yenni Andayani, New and Renewable Energy Director of PT Pertamina; and Mr Djohardi Angga Kusumah, Senior Vice President of Gas and Power of PT Pertamina. 205 more words

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Flooring (1)

We’ve finally started flooring! Chris picked up half of the hardwood flooring we have had sitting in the warehouse at proudly-named local wooden flooring outlet, … 295 more words

Passive House

Behind the ostensible government

An item previously published, with  minor updates:

I studied political science at university long, long ago. In those days, I was naive and idealistic and a member of the Liberal Party. 1,481 more words


Price slump hits Oil Search profit :news

(Source: peekerfinance.com)

Price slump hits Oil Search profit

– Prashant Mehra Australian Associated PressPapua New Guinea-focused Oil Search has posted a 89 per cent plunge in first half profit, weighed down by weak oil and gas prices despite a better-than-expected performance at its LNG venture.The oil and gas explorer will now review its strategic options in PNG, after its near $3 billion bid for New York-listed InterOil was thwarted by global energy giant ExxonMobil.The deal has cleared the way for ExxonMobil to potentially tie its PNG LNG project with the rival under-development Papua LNG project backed by France’s Total. 197 more words

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Study supports tighter local regulations around LNG industry, bolsters criticism over B.C. climate plan

CALGARY — Governments should focus on reducing local emissions rather than evaluating the broader carbon footprint of British Columbia’s nascent LNG industry, says a new report, fuelling recent criticism over revisions to the province’s environmental policies. 576 more words