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EnergyQuarterly September 2021. Mega-dea...

The September 2021 EnergyQuarterly report has just been released, with comprehensive Australian energy data for the June Quarter 2021 and the 2021 Financial Year plus analysis of the latest developments.  The cover story is the proposed Woodside-BHP Petroleum and Santos-Oil Search deals. The report analyses the  drivers for both Woodside and Santos and BHP’s rationale in disposing of a business which they have had […]

New report highlights growing divide in ...

EnergyQuest’s latest East Coast Gas Outlook to 2040, Balanced on the Edge, reveals a widening long-term divide between gas supply and prices in Queensland/NT and the southern states – with the industry balanced on the edge of not meeting demand in just a few years. The new report is the leading energy consultancy’s first in-depth […]

New Report: East Coast Gas Outlook to 20...

Conditions in the east coast gas market continue to challenge producers, buyers, pipeliners, retailers and governments. The industry is balanced on the edge, grappling with high-risk global forces and domestic constraints. In Queensland the gas supply position has improved but offshore Victoria it has deteriorated further, with reserve write-downs. In this environment it is important […]

New Zealand walking away from gas

EnergyQuest CEO Graeme Bethune is also the International Gas Union’s Regional Coordinator for North Asia (China, Japan and Korea) and Australasia (Australia and New Zealand). In this role he contributed a short report on the current state of play in New Zealand to the June 2021 issue of the IGU’s Global Voice of Gas magazine […]

The three C’s of 2020: Covid, China and

EnergyQuest CEO Graeme Bethune looks back at 2020 As 2020 draws to a close it is time to reflect on the passing year. There are three themes that stand out to us from 2020. First, and obviously, the impact of the pandemic on individuals, countries and energy markets. In Australia the major impact on energy demand has […]

NEW East Coast Gas Outlook

Conditions in the east coast gas market continue to challenge producers, buyers, pipeliners, retailers and governments. The industry is balanced on the edge, grappling with high-risk global forces and domestic constraints. In Queensland the gas supply position has improved but offshore Victoria it has deteriorated further, with reserve write-downs. In this environment it is important […]