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Norwegian Data Analytics Software to smarten Predictive Maintenance in the Oil & Gas Industry

Dietsmann Smart Labs, French-based 'New Tech' branch of energy industry veteran Dietsmann, has selected Norwegian Data Analytics specialist Arundo as its partner for a breakthrough development in the Predictive Maintenance of industrial plant. Dietsmann operates and maintains Oil & Gas and Power plants for major national and international energy companies in over 20 countries. The company has successfully pioneered Predictive Maintenance as a way to maximize output, save costs and achieve more sustainable performance by improving energy efficiency and reducing emissions.

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QRC welcomes Santos Exploration Project and domestic Gas Boost

The Queensland Resources Council (QRC) has congratulated Santos on being awarded an Authority to Prospect (ATP) in the gas-rich Bowen and Surat Basins.

QRC Chief Executive Ian Macfarlane said Resources Minister Scott Stewart’s announcement that Santos had been granted a domestic gas ATP was a win for the gas industry and for industrial and household consumers.

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QRC welcomes the Release of more Land for Gas Exploration

The Queensland Resources Council, the peak organisation for the State’s coal, metal and petroleum producers, explorers and suppliers, has welcomed the release of more than 3,000 square kilometres of land in parts of south west and central Queensland near existing infrastructure to fast-track the gas to market.

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More Gas Exploration for Queensland

Santos and Denison to pump more Queensland gas

Queensland continues to take the lead on gas supply for the domestic market, with Santos and Denison Gas the latest to take up the hunt in the state’s proven gasfields.

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Gisera examines Hydraulic Fracturing Impacts on Air Quality, Soils, Groundwater and Waterways

A comprehensive three-year scientific study into the air, water and soil impacts of hydraulic fracturing in Queensland has found little to no impacts on air quality, soils, groundwater and waterways.

The study also found current water treatment technology used for treating water produced from coal seam gas wells is effective in removing hydraulic fracturing chemicals and naturally occurring (geogenic) chemicals to within relevant water quality guidelines.

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