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Santos Ltd Posts Q3 Sales Revenue $797 Million Versus $1,030 Million A Year Ago
Comet Ridge Sees Return To Exploration And Appraisal In Key PEL 427 & PEL 6 Permits
Santos Accepts Conditions Proposed By IPC For Narrabri Gas Project Approval
Santos Limited is a natural gas company. The Company is engaged in the exploration, development, production and sales of natural gas both onshore and offshore. The Company produces liquid petroleum gas (LPG), ethane, methane, Coal seam gas (CSG), Liquefied natural gas (LNG), shale gas, condensate and oil. The Company's segments comprise its five key assets/operating areas: Cooper Basin; Gladstone LNG (GLNG); Papua New Guinea (PNG); Northern Australia, and Western Australia (WA) gas. The Company operates in Australia and Asia. Its Other Assets include East Coast Australia Gas, Western Australia oil, Victoria and onshore Northern Territory. The Cooper Basin produces natural gas, gas liquids and crude oil. GLNG produces LNG for export to global markets from the LNG plant at Gladstone. The Company's business in Papua New Guinea is centered on the PNG LNG Project. In Northern Australia, Santos has interest in the Bayu-Undan/Darwin LNG Project (DLNG).
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Ground Floor Santos CTR
60 Flinders Street
Keith William Spence
Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Kevin Thomas Gallagher
Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, Executive Director
Chief Financial Officer
Executive Vice President - Marketing, Trading and Commercial
David Maxwell Banks
Executive Vice President - Onshore Oil and Gas
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Australia's Santos Ltd said on Thursday third-quarter revenue slid nearly 23%, hit by a drop in realised gas prices because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
An Australian state on Wednesday approved a A$3.6 billion ($2.6 billion) gas project planned by Santos Ltd <STO.AX>, clearing the biggest hurdle for a long-opposed development that the government says could help fill a supply gap expected from 2024.
Australia's No. 2 independent gas producer Santos Ltd paid out a weaker than expected half-year dividend amid uncertainty over a recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, as the oil market slump halved its first-half underlying profit.
Australia's Santos Ltd reported an 18% drop in second-quarter revenue on Thursday due to lower realised prices for its oil and gas, but said production from its core assets was expected to remain steady in the near term.
Australia's Santos <STO.AX> said on Tuesday it will book non-cash impairments of up to $560 million after tax, joining a number of global energy majors forced to write down assets after a coronavirus-induced slump in oil prices.
Australia's Santos on Tuesday said it will book non-cash impairments of up to $560 million after tax, joining a number of global energy majors that have been forced to write down assets after a coronavirus-induced slump in oil prices.
The Australian state of New South Wales said a controversial coal seam gas project planned by Santos Ltd should be approved as it would be crucial to plugging an expected shortfall in supply from 2024.
Australia's Santos Ltd posted a 13% drop in first-quarter revenue on Thursday due to lower realised prices for oil and gas, but said it had sufficient liquidity and debt headroom to weather the recent crude price crash.
* FORECAST CAPEX IN BASE BUSINESS IN 2020 REDUCED BY $200 MILLION WHILST MAINTAINING PRODUCTION AND SAFE OPERATIONS
Oil and gas producer Santos Ltd said on Monday it will slash capital spending in 2020 and defer an investment decision on Barossa as oil prices plunge and the coronavirus outbreak dents business sentiment.
Australia's oil and gas producer Santos Ltd on Monday said it will slash capital spending by about 38% in 2020 and defer an investment decision on Barossa as a plunge in oil prices and coronavirus outbreak dents business sentiment.
* Barossa project go-ahead in Q2 "subject to market conditions"
Australia's Santos Ltd said on Thursday it will sell 25% of the Darwin LNG facility and the Bayu-Undan gas field off Northern Australia for $390 million, months after agreeing to buy ConocoPhillips' business in the region.
Australia's Santos Ltd said on Thursday it will sell 25% in Darwin LNG and BayuUndan to South Korea's SK E&S for $390 million.
Australia's Santos Ltd said on Thursday its $2 billion Narrabri Gas project has been referred to New South Wales' Independent Planning Commission (IPC) for approval.
Australia's dormant carbon capture and storage projects may gain some momentum after BP Plc and Santos said they would join up on a pending site as world's largest coal and liquefied natural gas (LNG) exporting country steps up its climate change fight.
* AKER SOLUTIONS WILL SUPPLY UMBILICALS AND NATIONAL OILWELL VARCO DENMARK I/S WILL SUPPLY FLEXIBLE RISERS
* Barossa gas marketing slows with coronavirus, LNG price slump
The coronavirus and weak Asian liquefied natural gas (LNG) prices have slowed gas marketing for the Barossa project off northern Australia, the chief executive of project operator Santos <STO.AX> said on Thursday.
Australia's Santos Ltd has sold a 175,000-barrel cargo of Van Gogh crude loading March 29-April 2 to trading house Vitol at a premium of $15-$16 a barrel to dated Brent, well below the last traded level, three sources familiar with the deal said on Thursday.
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