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As demand growth continues, IEA suggests the world could be headed for a price spike in the next five years.

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Armour Energy has advised that has been granted an exploration licence for the Kanywataba Block, at...

Armour Energy has reported that phase one gas production at the Queensland Kincora project has comme...

As demand growth continues, IEA suggests the world could be headed for a price spike in the next five years.

Cooper Energy has reported that the Louth-1 exploration well, being drilled by the PEL 92 joint vent...

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Searcher Seismic has advised of its entry into Argentina, with it undertaking four new multi-client...

Energy Resource Information Centre has reported that the situation in the struggling Victorian gas supply market may be on the cusp of turning, with the first company moving to sue the state government.

In this submission for Seismic Tech-Notes, Andrew Long argues that removal of free-surface ghost effects is only part of ‘broadband’ marine seismic. In this article brief consideration is given to the various components and assumptions behind any marine broadband seismic product.

Schlumberger has launched the new SpectraSphere fluid mapping-while-drilling service at the 2017 Of...