Rick Guiney, CEO of MicroSalt, explains why they are targeting the largest food B2B manufacturers. Watch the video here.
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SPE Western Australia greatly appreciates those Principal & Major Sponsors renewing their magnificent support of our Timor-Leste objectives and initiatives in 2024: INPEX, SANTOS, WOODSIDE, DISR, FENEX, ODSI, PIVOTEL, ROCK FLOW DYNAMICS & SUNDAGAS and very warmly welcomes SLB and TIMOR GAP as new Major Sponsors plus CALTECH as a new Supporter this year,
augmenting our commitment to Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) Timor-Leste and Spe Timor-Leste students
Association of International Energy Negotiators (AIEN)
The Australia-Pacific Chapter kicks off its 2024 slate of events with a focus on the Timor Sea, offering a chance to connect with AIEN President Ricardo Silva, who will present alongside Gualdino do Carmo da Silva and David Perks. These three will provide an overview of the history of petroleum development in the Timor Sea, outline the current state of play and plans for the future, and hone in on the various treaties impacting the area, including a discussion on the Bayu-Undan and Greater Sunrise projects.
Monday, March 18, 2024
have been in a few that have released a cleansing notice for shares in issue, 2-5 days before news that has caused someone to need that figure for a TR1 RNA release. 🤔
Not as if it is not expected, on our 🤰 with news for so long😂🤣😂
Lets hope is about to deliver triplets, Chuditch , Dunrobin and JV Finance
or Quad's with a little runt of the litter , Guzzy........
The man from Tl monty , he say YES!!!!!!!!!!! 😂
-AIM Volume 1,129,368,247
AQSE Volume 3,658,713
Another day of churn, still the AQSE to kick in, our good days come on it having 10% or so of daily volume, our breakouts on 15-25% volume, record total over 6 billion with 1.5b AQSE, before the recent big added billions of confetti.
Another day, another day closer...........GLALTH
Churn always ends eventually. 🙄
Hopefully establishing a bigger reservoir than current estimates, the selected location for the CH-2 drill, is expected to be multiples of the thickness encountered at discovery CH-1 🤑
Could be anything down there 👍 Baron won't know till the appraisal well has done it's thing, I assume the reasoning behind the new location would be that there is a higher ceiling and the expectations would be that any gas in the area would find it's way to this location, perhaps it can contain both a higher ceiling and a lower floor which would surprise everyone with a mix of both heavy hydrocarbons and the associated gasses (the perfect situation for all)
It's going to be an interesting day today, subscription shares hitting people's accounts and the market should now be able to let the SP feel freer to rise.
Strengthening Business Partnerships in
Timor-Leste Oil and Gas Industry.
Thursday 14 March 2024 at The Westin hotel,
Panel Discussion and Q&A
"Challenges, best practices and opportunities in industry capability development in Timor-Leste"
Mr Dino da Silva, President of ANP
Mr Richard Hinkley, VP NT and & Timor-Leste, SANTOS
Mr David Reid, Development Manager, Woodside
Mr Keith Boyer, Business Development Manager, SLB
Mrs Alexandra de Sá Torrao, CNEFP Timor-Leste
Moderator: Mr Carlos Alves, Director Legal, ANP
Panel discussion and Q&A
"Extractive Industries development in Timor-Leste*
Mr Rui Soares, CEO of TIMOR GAP
Mr David Lawrence, GM Gas Branch at DISR
Mr Andy Butler, CEO of SundaGas
Mr Rafael Araujo, President of ANM
Moderator: Mr. Francelino Xavier Conceicao, Director Exploration & Development ANP
Thanks VT. Certainly Greater Sunrise is known to have commercial quantities of helium.
As others have pointed out, cores samples from Chuditch didn’t show helium but certainly a possibility.
Timor GAP compensates affected communities for the Suai Supply Base Project
February 28th, 2024
Timor GAP - Oil & Gas, E.P., compensates the communities whose 414 hectares of land will be affected by the future installation of the logistic base plant of Suai Supply Base Development Project.
$67 million is allocated to the program for institutional development operation, $12 million is for the assurance of the pipeline coming to Timor-Leste for the Greater Sunrise gas field development program, $10.4 million is for the Tasi Mane project implementation program on the southern coast.
Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, Francisco Monteiro, previously informed that, according to the timeline, the construction development of Greater Sunrise will take place in 2027, then Timor-Leste's Suai Supplay Base will be completed by the end of 2026 or later in early 2027. Relevant news: National Parliament approves $57 million for MPRM.
kylie posted this. sundagas attending. networking event. worth mentioning.
Londons MSMN another to keep an eye on, it has finally started to make progress on its Northern Australian Helium license Green Helium Hydrogen and Blue Ammonia the future but studies show around 47% will still be derived from Natural gas developments by 2050
Another reason why HE1 hot to trot, it also hit potentially good rates of Hydrogen, most Helium deposits have noble gas/s and Nitrogen, so HE1 a rare bird, double discovery HE and H + other noble credits. 🤔
certainly a possibility , most of the worlds Helium is a by product of Natural Gas production, a couple of Helium developments in the North of Australia currently and Bayu also had helium by product, just a question of if its % within the flows worth the expenditure, be great if is and going to Darwin with speciality processing equipment already in place.
It why Tanzania Noble (asx) and London's HE1, such hot items at the moment, their initial rates over 2% and 4.7% with estimated reservoirs that would supply the world at current rates for 100+ years, demand expected to rise along with price in the next 10-20 years, most USA Helium fields only just above the 0.3% minimum required and small bcf volumes.
No idea if Beaco if built has provisions for Helium and other noble gases like Argon which are often found together. ?
Likewise Metinaro if we initially shipped from FPSO , specialised processing required, not the well know companies usually involved in majority of worldwide Helium processing and offtake sales.
Woodside CEO: LNG demand to rise 53 percent in next decade
February 28, 2024
Global demand for liquefied natural gas (LNG) is forecast to grow 53 percent in the coming decade between now and 2033, according to Woodside CEO Meg O’Neill.
“Much of this demand is expected to emerge from China and South East Asia, markets our assets are geographically advantaged to supply,” O’Neill said on Tuesday during Woodside’s 2023 results call.
She said the fundamentals of long-term LNG demand “remain strong”.
In 2023, the majority of contracts signed in the global LNG market were for durations of 20 or more years.
“This long-term demand for LNG supports our conviction that gas will be a key part of the global energy mix for decades to come,” she said.
An alternative to p00, nothing more!
Australian helium production ends after Santos's gas supply for Darwin plant runs out.
The only helium production plant in the southern hemisphere, located in Darwin, has shut down after its gas supply was exhausted.
BOC had been producing helium as a by-product from the Santos-owned Darwin LNG plant since 2010.
Santos has now temporarily closed the plant after its Bayu-Undan gas field was depleted, forcing BOC to also cease helium production.
Published 28 February 2024
Anybody know if Chuditch contains helium reserves?
Woodside Energy is back on the lookout for fresh acquisition targets to grow its liquefied natural gas and deep-water oil businesses after its merger discussions with compatriot Santos fell through earlier this month. Chief executive Meg O'Neill made it clear in Tuesday's results conference call that Woodside's motivation for the merger talks with Santos was the latter's LNG assets.
LinkedIn Comment: “The field they have a stake in with Timor Leste has a commercial quantity of helium in it-Mehdy Touil.”https://www.upstreamonline.com/finance/woodside-on-lookout-for-fresh-m-a-targets-following-santos-attempt/2-1-1604602?zephr_sso_ott=8HHP3p
Was only 2 x not 4 big trades
The 3 with the same time, original print, then cancelled/amended (the hyphen in front) then a reprint with the correct details.😉
All after volume made up by this site, when flags CANC/AMND used on the real LSE , here it changes to a HYPHEN , normally correcting volume or price as in this case.
Or just more placing overhang cleared, either way good, more shifted , the sooner the handbrake comes off and we can go into recovery mode, moving freely🤔 GLALTH
Benny-Every chance they were
Makes me wonder 🤔 if those big trades were shorters clearing off
You obviously haven't seen the last four sales each of 91,592,000
About to go back up
Looks like yesterdays splurge , was just another p&d for the wonga to clear more overhang, low volume todays so far on the AIM and only 97k shares on the AQSE🙄
But with lots of things now in the air with pending news, Boil is now every day a day closer. Triggers
Sunrise finally gets resolved and a production path will be built Beaco Gas/LNG Exports fac's odds fav , 2-1 Darwin
Metinaro , FID late due end 2023, Gas/LNG Imports Fac's to be built
Green light given to SG/TG for its FPSO plan
Jv or Sale , deep pocket partner arrives
Good quality funding and Q4 drill remains on track for Q4
China under its MOU with TL , enters the arena, with some WOW plans on and offshore.
Plenty, that could be announced , literally anytime. 🤔
Tick tock , rns or local news, now on the clock 🕖
Nothing for us, what's been posted so far on todays cabinet, funding stuff etc, all to do with the POPE's visit to TL😇