Beetaloo – EP99 Acquire seismic data; Potential JV ................H2, 2012 2.0 ........2.0http://falconoilandgas.com/PDFfiles_2012/Investor%20Presenta…
Beetaloo – JV Area Hess completes acquisition of seismic ................Q4, 2012 40.0 ........No cost
Beetaloo – JV Area Hess elects to move forward on 2013 drilling program Q4, 2012 60 - 75 No cost
Zitat von aurigaThe only really relevant current article to be found in this connection for now on the Gas Today website is this one, which we really do know already. Nevertheless here it is once again. Maybe quite interesting also in association with some other companies not so far away Down Under.
Company news: Falcon, Woodside, Adelaide, APLNG, John Holland, Santos
Wed, 23 November 2011
International company Falcon Oil and Gas are hot on the heels of Beach Energy’s shale success, having successfully produced gas at each shale interval during its testing program of the Shenandoah-1 well, located in the Beetaloo Basin, Northern Territory.
Shenandoah-1 is a vertical well situated in the deepest part of the basin and natural gas was the expected hydrocarbon at the depths being tested. The well is the first to be tested in these unconventional targets, consequently the objectives of the tests were to determine whether the shale intervals could be fracture-stimulated and produce hydrocarbons, and to confirm rock, pressure and fluid properties.
As the operation has succeeded in these objectives, Falcon has said that the well will be plugged and abandoned.
Woodside has released the draft environmental impact statement (EIS) for the upstream component of the Browse LNG Development for public review.
The draft upstream EIS concerns the construction, operation and de-commissioning of all the offshore aspects of the Browse LNG Development in Commonwealth waters, including offshore processing platforms and wells, and subsea pipelines and infrastructure.
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Woodside will respond to submissions received during the public comment period, and these responses will be published in a supplement to the draft upstream EIS.
Adelaide Energy directors have unanimously recommended Beach Energy’s unconditional on-market takeover offer for the company.
Since gaining majority control of Adelaide Energy, Beach has increased its relevant interest in the company to 79.91 per cent.
Australia Pacific LNG (APLNG) has signed a binding Heads of Agreement with Kansai Electric Power Company for the sale and purchase of approximately 1 MMt/a of LNG for 20 years.
Under the terms of the agreement, APLNG will supply the Japanese electric utility company with LNG from its LNG facility on Curtis Island, with deliveries anticipated to commence in mid-2016.
John Holland has also been awarded a marine subcontract worth in excess of $A100 million for the APLNG Project.
Under the marine subcontract, John Holland will design and construct a new product loading facility comprising a 168 m jetty and loading platform.
Included in the contract scope is the procurement, fabrication, construction and commissioning of the structural, mechanical and electrical components of the combined marine facilities.
In additon, Santos has completed its previously announced acquisition of Eastern Star Gas Ltd giving the company the largest natural gas reserves position in New South Wales.
Santos now operates and owns 80 per cent of CSG permits formerly held by Eastern Star, increasing its total NSW reserves position to 1,216 PJ of 2P reserves and 2,238 PJ of 3P reserves. TRUenergy will own the remaining 20 per cent of the permits under a separate transaction to be completed in conjunction with the acquisition.
Image caption: A map of Falcon Oil and Gas' Shenandoah tenement.
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