Origin’s quarterly production of 79.7 PJe represented a 31 per cent increase on the corresponding period in FY2016. This is primarily driven by the commencement of production from Australia Pacific LNG’s second train with first cargo produced during October 2016.
Australia Pacific Lng
25 October 2021Origin agrees to sale of 10 per cent interest in Australia Pacific LNG for $2.12 billion
20 October 2021Response to false claims about Annual General Meeting
14 October 2021Five year financial history
07 October 2021Production testing concludes at Kyalla in the Beetaloo Basin
07 October 2021Sustainability Report 2021
28 September 2021Value of Octopus Energy triples to £3 billion as new investor acquires 7 per cent interest
17 September 2021Welcome to the 2021 Annual Report
16 September 2021Modern Slavery Statement 2021
15 September 2021Strong interest in batteries and EVs but take-up rate slow
06 September 2021Positive results in Beetaloo Basin well testing
Read Origin's full response to the 60 Minutes program about landowners.
Australia Pacific LNG today announced it had commenced loading refrigerants to its Curtis Island LNG facility, marking a significant achievement in the commissioning and start up phase of the project.
Australia Pacific LNG today announced it had reached a significant milestone with the successful start-up of the first of seven gas turbine power generators, designed to provide electrical power to the Curtis Island LNG facility.
Origin Energy Limited (Origin) today reported that the Australia Pacific LNG project is 88 per cent complete and on track to deliver first LNG in mid-2015.
Origin completes amendment of syndicated loan facilities to reduce interest cost and extend maturities.
Australia Pacific LNG site tour presentation, presented by David Baldwin, Chief Executive Officer LNG.
Three key milestones have been met by Australia Pacific LNG in recent weeks representing strong progress across the breadth of the CSG-LNG project.
Origin, as Upstream operator of the Australia Pacific LNG project, today announced a phased restart of previously suspended drilling operations.
Two of Australia's leading LNG projects today signed gas swap and infrastructure connection agreements that provide flexibility and allow both proponents to realise capital and operational efficiencies.