The 59th annual Australia-Japan Joint Business Conference (AJJBC) saw over 400 representatives from the most senior levels of government and business, including ministers, ambassadors and the leaders of major corporations come together during October.
October saw the 750th cargo produced by INPEX-operated Ichthys LNG safely depart Darwin on the Pacific Breeze, the same vessel which carried the first LNG cargo, nearly four years ago.
Expert master planning is underway to transform Middle Arm into a globally competitive low-emissions precinct. Sustainable outcomes and environmental protection of Darwin Harbour and surrounds are at the core of master planning for the precinct.
Investigations advance into the potential Tennant Creek to Darwin Infrastructure Corridor to support continued development of our regions.
August saw significant advances in the Territory’s transition towards net zero with both INPEX and Santos realising substantial milestones in advancing decarbonisation technologies.
The Gas Taskforce participated in an array of presentations, industry engagement and panel facilitation opportunities at the South East Asia Australia Offshore and Onshore Conference (SEAAOC), part of the Northern Territory Resources Week.
A significant commitment statement between INPEX CORPORATION (INPEX) and the Northern Territory Government has been signed to strengthen strategic collaboration with our largest export trading partner.
International collaboration and momentum is building as global nations pursue 2050 net-zero emissions targets, increased energy security and decarbonisation solutions.
Unlocking the Beetaloo Sub-basin realises new exploration milestone as royalty legislation contemporises
June saw Empire Energy announce $27.5 million in additional capital raising to further Beetaloo Sub-basin exploration in the Northern Territory.
The Gas Taskforce participated in last week’s APPEA Conference and Exhibition which is the largest gathering of the oil and gas industry stakeholders in the southern hemisphere.