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Multi-million dollar investment in Altona Refinery
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Multi-million dollar investment in Altona Refinery

Minister for Energy and Resources 12/5/16

One of Australia’s leading oil and gas producers, ExxonMobil Australia, today announced an investment worth tens of millions of dollars in its Altona refinery.

Minister …
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Oil giants eye Great Australian Bight’s $100bn prize

Matt Chambers, 26 April 2016

Oil giants BP, Chevron and Statoil are chasing more than $100 billion of potential oil resources in the Great Australian Bight and have told a …
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Fight for Bight outside BP office
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Fight for Bight outside BP office

Kaitlin Kavanagh, 18 April 2016

The display demonstrated the protesters’ concern about the risks of drilling in the GAB and the impact of oil spills on the pristine environment. Representatives …
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Claire Fitzpatrick: BP can operate safely in Great Australian Bight, with benefits for South Australia

Claire Fitzpatrick, 14 April 2016

THE Australian Senate Inquiry into oil and gas exploration and production in the Great Australian Bight off South Australia is welcomed by BP. It …
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Sea Shepherd in Australian BP Protest
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Sea Shepherd in Australian BP Protest

13 April 2016

Protestors will help clean up a mock oil spill outside BP’s headquarters in Melbourne, Australia, on Thursday morning to highlight the British company’s plans to drill for …
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BP could claim 150pc deepwater drilling cost in Bight

Graham Lloyd, 13 April 2016

Oil and gas giant BP will be able to deduct 150 per cent of the cost of its planned $1 billion Great Australian Bight deepwater …
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Deep-sea drilling for oil in Great Australian Bight too risky for South Australia, MPs will be told

Clare Peddie, 12 April 2016

GAMBLING with deep-sea drilling for oil in the Great Australian Bight is too risky for South Australia, state politicians will be told on Tuesday.

Former …
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Weak links in fuel supply chain threaten defence capabilities
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Weak links in fuel supply chain threaten defence capabilities

David Feeney, 08 April 2016

Australia may be the world’s ninth largest energy producer but we depend on imports of crude oil and refined petroleum to power our economy.

Australia’s …
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Crude mystery: where did 800,000 barrels of oil go?
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Crude mystery: where did 800,000 barrels of oil go?

Georgi Kantchev, 18 March 2016

There is mystery at the heart of the oversupplied global oil market: missing barrels of crude.

Last year, there were 800,000 barrels of oil a …
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Last Aussie-Crewed Fuel Tanker Leaves Australia

MarEx, 16 March 2016

BP will take the last Aussie-crewed fuel tanker, the MT British Fidelity, off the Australian coast on May 9.

Ship manager ASP told workers in a …
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