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05 March 2014

An uncertain outlook for Australian CSG-to-LNG

Report summary

Australia’s three Coal Seam Gas-to-LNG projects are the largest unconventional gas projects outside of North America, with a capital investment of over US$60 billion. First LNG is expected by year-end, and will signal the end of the first stage in what has been a difficult journey to date. A number of primary issues remain: The logistical challenge of ramping-up to peak production; additional high-quality 2P reserves may be required; and further cost overruns remain an ongoing risk.

Table of contents

    • The big three
    • Risks in the ramp-up
    • Opportunities from the shortfall
      • Arrow Energy
      • Other players
    • Expansion on the horizon?
    • An uncertain path ahead

Tables and charts

This report includes 8 images and tables including:

  • Company CSG positions and pipelines
  • Key project facts - Wood Mackenzie estimates
  • An uncertain outlook for Australian CSG-to-LNG: Image 2
  • An uncertain outlook for Australian CSG-to-LNG: Image 3
  • Reserves required for each LNG project, versus 2p reserves, resources and third-party supply
  • Publicly announced third-party gas contracts for each LNG project
  • Total project production, by quality of acreage, and percentage that consists of Tier 3 coals
  • Top 10 CSG acreage holders in the Surat-Bowen region, Queensland

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