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Tag archives: LNG prices

Is high Chinese demand about to wreck the government’s gas deal?

Glenn Dyer November 10, 2017 3 Comments

A surge in demand for LNG in China is dragging gas prices upward, which spells trouble for the government's effort to keep a lid on domestic prices.

Should we leave the Cooper Basin gas reserve right where it is?

Should we leave the Cooper Basin gas reserve right where it is?

Paddy Manning December 3, 2014 4 Comments

No one disputes that there is a lot of shale gas in the Cooper Basin -- but with falling oil prices, it might not be worth the cost of bringing it to the surface.

Cooking with gas: LNG pipeline proposed to supply east coast

Cooking with gas: LNG pipeline proposed to supply east coast

Paddy Manning September 5, 2014 13 Comments

APA wants to build a billion-dollar pipeline to connect the gas supply in the Northern Territory with the east coast. And that might not be such a bad idea ...

The fuzzy forecasts blurring NSW’s gas crunch

The fuzzy forecasts blurring NSW’s gas crunch

Tristan Edis October 8, 2013 5 Comments

If NSW falls short of gas then the blame would seem to lie with more than just NSW environmental regulators. Demand for gas might actually go down rather than up.

Kohler: miners dig their own profit pit

Kohler: miners dig their own profit pit

Alan Kohler September 17, 2012 1 Comment

Mining costs are blowing out and market share being lost because of a labour shortage that is only going to get worse. What are the companies doing?