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The cupboard is bare - LNG royaties are missing in action.
17 Oct
Why Qatar beats Australia in the #LNG royalty olympics

Are the Australian people getting their fair share of the value of their LNG exports? From Down Under comes this latest fizzle, an argument that could pit the resource owner, whose coffers could well be empty relative to the next biggest national exporter, against the resource producers, who have run up huge costs to get into the LNG game by following the rules set by the owner.

 

Who’s right? Let’s let some high-price Canberra lawyers make the case, but as a public service to the Canadian and African projects, here’s my views on the matter.

 

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20 Jul
54 – What will the LNG sector look like in 10 years?

Major trends are in motion that will render the global LNG industry very different in 10 years time from what it looked like 10 years ago. To quote Sun Tzu, from time to time it's helpful to take a close up view of things distant...

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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....

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03 May
Five key take aways from LNG18
The LNG 18 Conference has come and gone, and with it the delegates, booths, journalists and industry executives. The content will live on in the 100mb of zipped presentations and papers available for download, but if you haven't the time nor the energy to wade through it all, here are my five key take aways from the sessions.
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26 Apr
What will LNG look like in 10 years?
Major trends are in motion that will render the global LNG industry very different in 10 years time from what it looked like 10 years ago. To quote Sun Tzu, from time to time it's helpful to take a close up view of things distant and a distant view of things up close to prepare for the future. What will the LNG industry look like in a decade?
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. 

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