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Chevron abandons High Court appeal bid against ATO - The Australian Financial Review


The West Australian

Chevron abandons High Court appeal bid against ATO
The Australian Financial Review
Oil and gas giant Chevron has settled a long-running transfer pricing dispute with the Australian Tax Office for an undisclosed sum, although the figure is likely to be well in excess of $1 billion. Chevron had been planning to challenge the matter in ...
Chevron strikes tax deal with ATOThe West Australian
Chevron settles landmark Australia case on transfer pricingFinancial Times
Chevron drops appeal over landmark Australian tax rulingReuters

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Australia's Natural Gas Crisis Could Boost Prices - OilPrice.com


OilPrice.com

Australia's Natural Gas Crisis Could Boost Prices
OilPrice.com
I wrote a few months back about major problems shaping up in Pacific natural gas markets. With key liquefied natural gas (LNG) exporter Australia threatening to restrict outgoing shipments due to looming domestic shortages. And this week a couple more ...
Santos CEO: US Shale Blueprint Will Save Australia's Energy WoesE&P
RPT-COLUMN-From leader to loser: Australia risks missing next LNG wave: RussellReuters

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Councils target gas-search ban as prices surge - The Australian


The Australian

Councils target gas-search ban as prices surge
The Australian
“Our priority is securing more Victorian gas for Victorian customers, while protecting the interests of our regional communities,” a government spokesman said. “Victorians are experiencing higher gas prices because Australia exports two-thirds of its ...

Record month for LNG as Gorgon, North West Shelf increase output - Australian Mining


Australian Mining

Record month for LNG as Gorgon, North West Shelf increase output
Australian Mining
Australian liquefied natural gas (LNG) shipments for the month of July reached a record 5.4 million tonnes (Mt), driven by higher output from Gorgon and the North-West Shelf (NWS). The July figure is an increase from June's 4.9Mt output, according to ...

Cairns LPG explosion 30 years ago is Australia's biggest LPG disaster - ABC Online


ABC Online

Cairns LPG explosion 30 years ago is Australia's biggest LPG disaster
ABC Online
Thirty years ago, a fireball erupted in the sky over the far north Queensland city of Cairns in a workplace disaster on a scale unprecedented at the time. About 3:30pm on Monday August 17, 1987, a Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) storage unit at the ...

 

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