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Korea change for Australian LNG

The elegant young woman in the tailored grey suit slips on industrial gloves. She picks up a canister of freezing liquid. The digital display says -163°C. She slowly pours the liquid into a goldfish bowl. Will the goldfish live or die? And what is this? Some bizarre circus act? No, just another day at the Kogas […]

Strong foundation for growing Australia-...

China has just passed Japan as the world’s second-largest economy after the US and while there is some debate about whether it has passed the US in energy consumption, it uses more than four times the energy of Japan. China’s thirst for energy is playing an important part in underwriting LNG development in Australia. The […]