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Santos assumes carbon credits and seeks $275 million freebie for CO2 dump, 60km north of Moomba

Posted by gasweek on 26 September, 2007

According to Nigel Wilson, reporting in The Australian, (19/9/2007 p. 40), the Coal21 conference in the Hunter Valley was told last week the first phase of the plan to store carbon dioxide in a depleted gas reservoir would require a total investment of $700 million. Read the rest of this entry »

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Posted in CGGT, CO2 dumps, Emissions, Gas, SA, Volume 2601 | Leave a Comment »

NEM zone with lowest gas cost is northern NSW at $2.38/GJ; only other zone below $3.00/GJ is southwest Qld, says NEMMCO report

Posted by gasweek on 18 September, 2007

The delivered gas prices projected to be available for gas-fired base/intermediate load plant in each of the 17 NEM zones were detailed in ‘Fuel resource, new entry and generation costs in the NEM’, a report to NEMMCO by ACIL Tasman (27/3/2007).

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Posted in 2P, CGGT, Coal Seam Methane, CSG, CSM, natural gas, Pipelines, Price, Queensland, Volume 2520 | Leave a Comment »

Origin plans 1,000MW CCGT plant at Mortlake, Vic: gas cost at $3.23/GJ

Posted by gasweek on 18 September, 2007

Origin Energy was proposing to construct up to 1,000MW gas powered base/intermediate load plant at Mortlake in Western Victoria, according to ‘Fuel resource, new entry and generation costs in the NEM’, a report to NEMMCO by ACIL Tasman (27/3/2007).

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Posted in CGGT, Generation, Pipelines, Price, Victoria, Volume 2520 | Leave a Comment »

Origin plans Quarantine conversion to single 170MW unit: extra 75MW for SA, gas price at $3.90/GJ

Posted by gasweek on 18 September, 2007

Origin Energy previously announced its intention to convert the Quarantine Power Station units into a single 170MW combined cycle unit, and the project received development approval and the conversion of this unit could take from 18 to 24 months to complete from the time of the decision to proceed, according to ‘Fuel resource, new entry and generation costs in the NEM’, a report to NEMMCO by ACIL Tasman (27/3/2007).

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