The introduction of solar power into the gas industry could hold the key to curbing Australia’s carbon footprint, according to a new report.
The state government is still working to clarify criteria for onshore gas projects to export, after it was revealed a Kimberley fracking proposal had been given the tick.
A Supreme Court ruling has shed new light on contractual disputes on the mammoth Gorgon gas project as Chevron and contractor CKJV fight over $400 million in disputed payments.
Strike Energy’s plan to extract gas in the Perth Basin will be subject to a review by the EPA, as the company's $2.3 billion Geraldton urea plant proposal passes another...
Wood Group has developed an artificial intelligence program to speed up inspection work on offshore oil and gas assets.
The Supreme Court has set a December date to hear a challenge to environmental approvals for Woodside Petroleum’s Scarborough project.
Petrol prices have struck their highest level in 20 months, despite cars being used less because of coronavirus lockdowns.
Perth’s Woodside Petroleum has formed another joint venture in South Korea, aimed at converting the country’s bus fleet from diesel to hydrogen.
Santos and Oil Search have struck an agreement to merge their businesses through an all-scrip deal worth $21 billion.
The oil and gas sector has strongly criticised the state government’s new resources sector strategy, saying it failed to focus on policies needed to achieve future success.
Clearer exceptions to the state’s onshore gas export ban, and finalised fracking rules, will help WA attract continued investment, the petroleum industry had said in a parliamentary inquiry submission.