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as growth in new supplies mainly from Australia and the United States has exceeded demand and depressed
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2017 Final pieces of Australia’s LNG construction boom move into position Reuters; Aug 14 The last
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Australia’s LNG production capacity will hit 66 million tons next year Platts; Oct 7 Australia s LNG export
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utilities’ profits perhaps not so much Australia likely to sit out next wave of LNG megaprojects Australian
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at an annual oil and gas conference in Australia was on what projects are viable and how quickly they can
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Representatives from major LNG producers Qatar Australia and Malaysia will meet at the annual conference
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as dramatic New LNG exports came online in Australia and the U S contributing to a global supply glut Oil
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in Australia Australian Broadcasting Corp ; April 21 – Chevron faces one of the largest tax bills in Australian
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investments in Australia and the Middle East and owns and leases around 40 LNG tankers BG Group has invested
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Gas production starts at Ichthys LNG project offshore Australia Reuters; July 30 – Japan’s Inpex Corp
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States Australia and other major suppliers in the race to dominate liquefied natural gas production
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resources for power generation it also is eyeing gas assets in the United States Russia Australia and Africa
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For its part Sempra needed a partner Last summer Australia’s Woodside Petroleum decided not to commit
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plant Australia will cut LNG exports if gas shortage pushes up local prices Reuters; April 27 Australia
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delay Australia LNG project Sydney Morning Herald; Australia; May 24 Japan s Inpex Corp is thought
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The country s LNG contracts with Australia — its largest provider — have destination clauses that restrict
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and condensate project in Australia’s territorial waters in the Timor Sea 186 miles from the northern city
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Ichthys LNG floating processing platform sailing from its South Korean shipyard to Western Australia’s
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Australia supplied 53 of China’s LNG in first 5 months of the year Reuters; June 13 Australia’s fast
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operated by ExxonMobil which has a 33 2 percent interest Other partners are Australia’s Santos 13 5 percent