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 1 17 / 12 / 2010  Total
 
 Total announced the signature of an agreement to acquire an additional 7.5% interest in Australia’s GLNG (Gladstone LNG) project from Santos for an amount of US $281.25 million. This will increase Total’s overall stake in the project to 27.5%. Once the transactions have been finalized, operator Santos will hold 30%; Petronas, 27.5%; Total, 27.5%; and Kogas, 15%. The integrated LNG project consists of extracting coal seam gas from the Fairview, Arcadia, Roma and Scotia fields, located in the Bowen-Surat Basin in Queensland, eastern Australia.

Natural gas - Asia
Australia - Liquefaction - Finance - Total
 
 2 1 / 12 / 2010  Gazprom
 
 Alexey Miller and Yury Boiko agree to set up two joint ventures between Gazprom and Naftogaz Ukrainy The parties agreed to set up two joint ventures: for coalbed gas production in Ukraine and for the Palasa structure development offshore the Black Sea.

Natural gas - FSU
Ukraine - Production - Finance - Gazprom
 
 3 8 / 11 / 2010  Shell
 
 Shell reduces its interest in Woodside; underwriting agreement with UBS AG, for the sale of 78.34 million shares in Woodside, representing 29.18% of its interest in Woodside and 10.0% of the issued capital in Woodside at a price of A$42.23 per share. "we will increasingly focus our investment in Australia through direct interests in assets and joint ventures, rather than indirect stakes."

Natural gas - Asia
Australia - LNG - Finance - Shell
 
 4 31 / 10 / 2010  BG Group
 
 BG Group sanctions Queensland Curtis LNG project. The first phase of the liquefaction plant will consist of two LNG trains with a combined capacity of 8.5 million tonnes per annum (mtpa). Over the next four years (2011-2014), BG Group plans to invest approximately US$15 billion in developing the liquefaction plant and related wells, field facilities and pipelines. First LNG exports are planned to commence from 2014, underpinned by agreements in Chile, China, Japan and Singapore for the purchase of up to 9.5 mtpa of LNG.

Natural gas - Asia
Australia - LNG - Project - BG Group
 
 5 21 / 9 / 2010  ExxonMobil
 
 ExxonMobil Awards Multi-Zone Stimulation Technology (MZSTSM) License to Canada’s Calfrac Well Services Ltd. Perforating and fracturing combined into one efficient operation; Award-winning technology in commercial use since 2005; Calfrac Well Services experienced in advanced stimulation technologies. The MZST process can be particularly beneficial for fracturing operations in tight gas, shale gas, and coal bed methane wells.

Natural gas - North America
United-States - Production - Licensing - ExxonMobil
 
 6 9 / 9 / 2010  Total
 
 Australia: Total Acquires a 20% Interest in GLNG Project for US$750 million dollars (as of June 1, 2010), Santos and Petronas transferring 15% and 5% respectively to Total. The plant will have a capacity of 7.2 million tonnes a year (Mt/y). Pursuant to the agreement Total will have the commitment to offtake 1.5 Mt/y of LNG, depending however on the result of ongoing discussions between the GLNG project and several Asian buyers.

Natural gas - Asia
Australia - Liquefaction - Finance - Total
 
 7 23 / 8 / 2010  Shell
 
 Shell and PetroChina complete Arrow Energy acquisition. The acquisition follows an offer in March 2010 to purchase 100% of the shares of Arrow by CS CSG (Australia) Pty Ltd, a 50/50 joint venture company owned by Shell Energy Holdings Australia Limited and a subsidiary of PetroChina Company Limited. CS CSG (Australia) Pty Ltd agreed to pay A$4.70 cash per share for all of the shares in Arrow, representing a total consideration of approximately A$3.5 billion.

Coal - Asia
Australia - CBM - Finance - Shell
 
 8 4 / 8 / 2010  Foster Wheeler
 
 Foster Wheeler Wins Feed from E.ON UK plc for CO2 Capture and Compression Plant. E.ON is planning to replace its existing coal-fired units at Kingsnorth Power Station with two new high-efficiency 800 megawatt coal-fired units using the latest supercritical technology, which E.ON has said will produce power from coal more efficiently than ever before in the UK. The planned CO2 capture plant will be designed to separate and capture CO2 from flue gas generated by the new coal-fired units, enabling the CO2 to be transported and stored permanently within a depleted gas reservoir under the North Sea.

Coal - Western Europe
United-Kingdom - Power - Engineering - Foster Wheeler
 
 9 15 / 7 / 2010  UNEP
 
 Global Trends in Green Energy 2009: New Power Capacity from Renewable Sources Tops Fossil Fuels. In 2009, for the second year in a row, both the US and Europe generated more power capacity from renewable sources such as wind and solar than from conventional sources like coal, gas and nuclear, according to twin reports launched today by the United Nations Environment Programme and the Renewable Energy Policy Network for the 21st Century (REN21).

Renewable - International
 - Market - Statistics - UNEP
 
 10 2 / 7 / 2010  IEA
 
 IEA sees the first early signs of an energy technology revolution underway across the globe but urges that much more needs to be done to achieve the necessary long-term CO2 cuts. Global investment in renewable electricity generation, led by wind and solar, reached an all-time high of USD 112 billion in 2008 and remained broadly stable in 2009 despite the economic downturn. Many major car companies are adding hybrid and all-electric vehicles to their fleets. Expanded production of such vehicles combined with the purchase incentives available in many countries, could put more than 5 million such vehicles on the road in the next 10 years. In OECD countries, the rate of energy efficiency improvement has increased to almost 2% per year.

Energy - International
 - Market - Technology - IEA
 
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