Strohm has been contracted to manufacture and deliver two thermoplastic composite pipe (TCP) flowlines to Australian liquefied natural gas (LNG) developer Woodside Energy. The technology will form an integral part of the relief well emergency response plans for the well construction phase of the Scarborough field development.
Woodside (ASX:WDS) said it has been notified that the Australian Conservation Foundation (ACF) has started proceedings in the Federal Court of Australia in relation to the environmental assessment of the Scarborough liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in Western Australia.
Woodside’s Scarborough gas field development offshore Australia that will feed an expanded Pluto LNG export complex has received key primary approvals from the Commonwealth-Western Australian Joint Authority to support execution of the project.
Saipem has won two new offshore contracts, in Australia and Guyana, worth $1.1 billion, on the Scarborough and Yellowtail projects respectively.
McDermott International has landed a contract for a major LNG scheme off the coast of West Australia.
Subsea Integration Alliance, comprising Subsea 7 and OneSubsea, will provide engineering, procurement, construction, and installation (EPCI) of subsea pipelines and production systems for Woodside’s Scarborough project offshore north West Australia after announcing the deal.
A $12 billion liquefied natural gas (LNG) investment approved in Australia leads a wave of projects betting demand will rise as the world shuns more polluting alternatives like coal.
Woodside’s (ASX:WPL) $12 billion Scarborough and Pluto Train 2 project, which was sanctioned yesterday, is expected to supply liquefied natural gas (LNG) into Asia at a more competitive price compared to US LNG export developments.
Woodside (ASX:WPL) has taken a final investment decision (FID) on the giant $12 billion Scarborough and Pluto liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in Australia.
The Conservation Council of Western Australia says the proposed Woodside-led Scarborough liquefied natural gas (LNG) project could contravene federal environmental protection laws, reported the Australian Financial Review.
Woodside (ASX:WPL) has struck a deal to sell a 49% interest in its proposed Pluto Train 2 liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project in Western Australia to fund manager Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP). Significantly, LNG from the project is claimed to be one of the lowest carbon intense sources of the fuel to be delivered into Asia, attracting GIP.
Australian LNG developer Woodside (ASX:WPL) said today that it is on track for a targeted final investment decision (FID) on the Scarborough and Pluto Train 2 developments before the end of this year. The company is also benefitting from strong liquefied natural gas (LNG) prices.
Investment research firm Bernstein has named Australian liquefied natural gas (LNG) developer Woodside (ASX:WPL) as its “best idea” for the fourth quarter 2021 as prices surge and the Asian market tightens. Significantly, Woodside is one of the most exposed LNG suppliers to the spot market.
A strategic merger between BHP and Woodside has been on the deal dream list in oil and gas circles going back three decades. Yesterday the pair confirmed that they will enter into a merger of their respective oil and gas portfolios in an all-stock deal that creates an LNG powerhouse.
Woodside said today that it has been granted environmental approval for the nearshore component of the proposed Scarborough development offshore Western Australia. This marks another crucial step for the project ahead of a planned final investment decision later this year.
Australia’s Woodside said today that it has launched the sell-down processes for Pluto Train 2 and Scarborough ahead of a planned final investment decision (FID) for the LNG export development that is expected to cost more than $11 billion.
Australia’s Woodside has set new interim and long-term targets to hit net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 at its Pluto liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project.
Investors are in the dark about the financial implications of emissions from Woodside Petroleum’s proposed Scarborough liquefied natural gas (LNG) development at the North West Shelf offshore Western Australia, according to the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA)
Australia’s Woodside Energy is set to supply 0.84 million tonnes per year of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to RWE, Germany’s largest power producer, for seven years starting 2025.
Woodside Petroleum reported a net loss of almost $4.03 billion for 2020 despite delivering a record full-year production of 100.3 million barrels of oil equivalent (boe). Still, its proposed $12 billion Scarborough liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project in Australia remains on track for final investment approval later this year.
New upstream oil and gas projects worth about $15 billion will be sanctioned in Australasia this year, according to Rystad Energy’s forecast, marking a huge boost compared to the $1.2 billion committed to new projects in 2020.
Woodside Petroleum has slashed its spending this year by 50%, to around $2.4 billion, but Senegal’s Sangomar development should progress as planned.
Aberdeen’s energy sector has been urged to invest in Western Australia as the country’s largest producer of natural gas embarks on a mammoth £20bn project.
Woodside Energy is pushing ahead with its Scarborough plan, even while the final investment decision (FID) for Browse has been pushed back to the first half of 2021.
Australia’s Woodside Energy has signed a preliminary deal on supply LNG to Uniper Global Commodities.