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20 Jun
The $36b problem for Queensland LNG
If you were prowling for big improvement opportunities in Queensland's coal seam gas to LNG sector, is there really $36 billion waiting to be had? While attention in Australia seems permanently focused on building yet more export trains, I think there's more than enough prize out there that does not involve spending scarce capital to add more supply to an over supplied market. This post is part of a series on gas factory thinking. 
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01 Jun
48 – Could a Merger of Queensland’s #LNG Projects Work?

Is a tie up of the LNG projects in Queensland something to consider? I wondered about this when I heard that one of Queensland’s LNG industry executives and some investment bankers were in the media speculating about the possibility of the LNG projects combining forces....

Podcasts
20 Apr
Episode 42 – The Well Workover Service Opportunity in Queensland

Well work overs are going to be an in demand service treatment for Queensland’s abundant gas wells. I wrote this story back in July, 2014, and it's still pretty relevant today, particularly as the well volume grows and the wells demonstrate some temperamentalism. Duration: 7m 50s ...

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11 Apr
Five Collaborations That Oil and Gas Could Copy
There’s been lots of calls to increase collaboration in the oil and gas world, but what does that actually mean? For inspiration I thought it might be useful to take a look at what kinds of collaboration are in place in other industries, and what these might mean for the oil and gas sector.  
possible LNG merger
07 Mar
Could a merger of Queensland’s LNG projects work?
Is a tie up of the LNG projects in Queensland something to consider? I wondered about this when I heard that one of Queensland's LNG industry executives and some investment bankers were in the media speculating about the possibility of the LNG projects combining forces.  Arguably the landscape is shifting already since Royal Dutch Shell has acquired QGC (one of the three LNG projects), and has a 50% interest in another large gas project, Arrow Energy. Here's my view of the idea. 
Podcasts
21 Oct
Episode 22 – Surviving the Services Recession

Australia's onshore oil and gas services sector is experiencing its very own recession, thanks to gyrating oil and gas prices. And it's going to last a while, if my calculations are correct. I haven't seen conditions this bad since 2008-09 when I worked with transport, fracking, drilling and construction companies...

Podcasts
16 Sep
Episode 19 – Out of Work in Oil and Gas? Now What?

Have you been laid off from your great job in the oil and gas industry? Are you wondering what to do next? Is it time to write the industry off and move on, or is there still work to be had, if you knew where...

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