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Australia - recent news
|18 Jan 22
||Australia: Woodside completes Pluto Train 2 sell-down to GIP
Woodside has completed the sale of a 49% non-operating participating interest in the Pluto Train 2 Joint Venture to Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP). Pluto Train 2 is a key component of the Scarborough development and includes a new LNG train and domestic gas facilities to be constructed at the existing Pluto LNG onshore facility.
|18 Jan 22
||Australia: Strike Energy spuds South Erregulla-1 well
Strike Energy has provided an update on the drilling operations at the company’s 100% owned South Erregulla target in EP503. South Erregulla is located in the 100% Strike owned EP503 which adjoins EP469 where Strike as operator has made a large, high quality conventional gas discovery at West Erregulla.
|16 Jan 22
||Australia: Comet Ridge commences Mahalo North production testing
Comet Ridge has provided an update on its Mahalo North work program, where Comet Ridge holds 100% equity and is the Operator. The drilling and production testing operations are targeting the high-quality fairway in the southern part of ATP 2048, approx. 3.7km to the north of the existing Mahalo Pilot Scheme.
|14 Jan 22
||Australia: Victoria State Government fast-tracking renewable hydrogen for industry
The Andrews Labor Government is leading the way in harnessing renewable hydrogen to clean up heavy transport, buses and industry with more than $7 million of funding for trials and studies to fast-track this emerging technology.
|12 Jan 22
||Australia: McDermott, CSIRO team up to advance carbon capture technologies
McDermott International and the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), Australia's premier national science organization, are evaluating technical and commercial opportunities for the deployment of CSIRO's carbon capture technologies for energy and heavy industry applications.
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