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Victoria has enough renewable power for 2.5 million households

Energy News Bulletin | Friday 6 June 2018 ENVIRONMENT Victoria says that the amount of installed renewable energy is enough to power the state’s households for a year, but the anti-fossil fuel group has not factored dispatchability into the equation. The activist group has put together an analysis using figures from the Australian Energy Market […]

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Asia-Pacific E&P Conference in London a smashing success

SEAPEX and PESGB held the inaugural Asia Pacific E&P Conference late last month, this time hosting it in London with a focus on new regional opportunities in the South East Asia Region. The event was a swinging success with industry delegates from the UK, Europe and SE Asia all in attendance. RISC Advisory sponsored the Ice Breaker […]

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RISC Advisory receives testimonials from Brookfield Asset Management

RISC Advisory has recently completed two projects for Brookfield Asset Management, providing an independent review of a field development plan for an asset in the North Sea, and a review of the static model of an undeveloped oil field in the North Sea to assist them with a potential investment opportunity. The client was pleased with the work […]

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RISC Advisory chairs SPE London event on Eastern Mediterranean Gas

Last week RISC Advisory Principal Consultant Adam Borushek organised and chaired an SPE London Business Development event which focused on ‘Eastern Mediterranean Gas’. The session saw speakers from GCA, Energean and Chatham House discuss Egyptian, Lebanese and Israeli offshore gas exploration and production. Adam is a long standing member of the SPE London Technical Committee and will […]

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Acquisition Due Diligence, is it as good as it seems?

Earlier this month RISC held another networking event in London, where Partner Peter Stephenson shared his insights and ideas on how to get the most from due diligence to support critical investment decisions. His presentation ‘Acquisition Due Diligence, is it as good as it seems?’ shared insights on acquisition due diligence and explored the questions clients should be […]

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ExxonMobil could join LNG terminal rush

James Bowen | 18 June 2018 | Energy News Bulletin THE race to develop new east coast LNG import capacity may be getting its biggest players yet, with ExxonMobil confirming it is considering a Victorian terminal in plans that could also involve BHP. The proposal, which had previously been the subject of speculation by EnergyQuest, would […]

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Chevron seeks shake-up in how Australia develops gasfields

Financial Times | 15 June 2018 | Jamie Smyth Chevron is seeking more efficient ways to develop resources after massive cost overruns with its $88bn LNG projects in Western Australia   Chevron has completed construction of two massive liquefied natural gas plants in Australia at an eye-watering cost of $88bn — and is wasting no […]

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LNG import terminals: Analysts in favour

Energy News Bulletin | Helen Clark  | 13 June 2018 Though lobby groups like APPEA and frustrated explorers repeatedly point to varied onshore exploration moratoria and bans tightening gas supply to the point of crisis on the east coast analysts broadly seem to think one, or even two, LNG import terminals are workable solution. Managing […]

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Repositioning Gas as the Natural companion to Renewable Energy

Last month RISC Managing Partner Martin Wilkes presented at the APPEA Conference and Exhibition in Adelaide. His talk ‘Repositioning Gas as the Natural companion to Renewable Energy’ discussed the impact that increasing amounts of renewable energy has on existing power generation and supply systems, and explored the potential range of outcomes in emission levels, as […]

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Emperor hires RISC for Judith

08 June 2018 | Energy News Premium EMPEROR Energy has engaged Perth’s RISC Advisory as independent resource certifier for its VIC/P47 in the offshore Gippsland Basin. Emperor working on its VIC P/47 permit The offshore basin supplies a good portion of Victoria’s gas, and as a result a fair whack of New South Wales’ also, […]

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Victoria has enough renewable power for 2.5 million households

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RISC Advisory has recently completed two projects for Brookfield Asset Management, providing an independent review of a field development plan for an asset...

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