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Origin Energy
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13 сентября, 18:50

Origin Energy unit acquires Benaris’ stake in Otway gas project

Origin Energy Ltd., Sydney, on behalf of its oil and gas subsidiary Lattice Energy, has acquired Benaris International’s 28% interest in the Otway gas project offshore Tasmania and Victoria for $250 million (Aus.).

29 мая, 15:07

Fosun International планирует приобрести активы Origin Energy

Согласно информации из осведомленных источников, китайский конгломерат Fosun International заинтересован в приобретении нефтегазовых активов австралийской фирмы Origin Energy. Сообщается, что стоимость соглашения может составить 2 млрд австралийских долларов ($1,5 млрд), а консультантами в рамках сделки выступают UBS, Macquarie и Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Стоит отметить, что компания Origin сообщила о том, что намерена отделить свой нефтегазовый бизнес в отдельное подразделение, которое получит название Lattice Energy, еще в декабре прошлого года. Известно, что в приобретении данного подразделения заинтересовано еще 4 компании.

29 мая, 13:03

Fosun International планирует приобрести активы Origin Energy

Согласно информации из осведомленных источников, китайский конгломерат Fosun International заинтересован в приобретении нефтегазовых активов австралийской фирмы Origin Energy. Сообщается, что стоимость соглашения может составить 2 млрд австралийских долларов ($1,5 млрд), а консультантами в рамках сделки выступают UBS, Macquarie и Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Стоит отметить, что компания Origin сообщила о том, что намерена отделить свой нефтегазовый бизнес в отдельное подразделение, которое получит название Lattice Energy, еще в декабре прошлого года. Известно, что в приобретении данного подразделения заинтересовано еще 4 компании.

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19 мая, 19:58

Origin divests Queensland natural gas pipeline

Origin Energy Ltd., Sydney, has completed its program of shedding noncore assets with the sale of the Darling Downs natural gas pipeline in southeast Queensland to Jemena Gas Pipelines Holdings for $392 million (Aus.).

06 декабря 2016, 18:58

Origin Energy plans oil and gas business spin-off

Sydney-based Origin Energy Ltd. has announced plans to sell it’s $1.8-billion conventional upstream oil and gas assets so that it can focus on the wholesale and retail energy markets as well as its LNG business in Queensland.

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12 октября 2016, 19:29

Origin group flows gas from Beetaloo basin fraced well

Origin Energy Ltd., Sydney, has reported flow of natural gas from its Amungee NW-1H horizontal well in the Beetaloo basin onshore Northern Territory, 500 km southeast of Darwin.

12 сентября 2016, 11:11

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Origin Energy will continue to focus on reducing debt and improving performance amid low energy price environment, company’s newly appointed managing director and CEO Frank Calabria said September 9.The Australian firm has confirmed the appointment of Calabria, who will be replacing Grant King. Calabria’s appointment will take effect immediately following Origin's annual general meeting on October 19, 2016 and King will step down from his role at that time and retire from the company at the end of October. Calabria is CEO of Origin's Energy Markets Business."It is a great honour to lead Origin. This is an important Australian company with a strong future. The issues are clear: cut debt and improve performance. This twin focus will improve returns for shareholders and position us to drive medium term growth in a rapidly changing energy market, while delivering on the potential for the major investment that has been made in APLNG," Calabria said.In September last year, Origin stated that in order to lower debt, strengthen the balance sheet and reduce reliance on distributions from APLNG, it plans to reduce the company’s dividend for FY2016 and FY2017, make further reductions in capital expenditure and sell non-core assets. Origin has already sold some of its assets as parts of its debt reduction exercise. In May, it sold Mortlake gas pipeline in Victoria and its 50% interest in OTP Geothermal.Origin is planning to reduce its debt below A$9bn (US$6.8bn) by the end of FY2017, the company said last month while announcing its results for the year that ended on June 30, 2016. It reported A$589mn loss for the full year. Shardul Sharma  

12 сентября 2016, 11:11

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Origin Energy will continue to focus on reducing debt and improving performance amid low energy price environment, company’s newly appointed managing director and CEO Frank Calabria said September 9.The Australian firm has confirmed the appointment of Calabria, who will be replacing Grant King. Calabria’s appointment will take effect immediately following Origin's annual general meeting on October 19, 2016 and King will step down from his role at that time and retire from the company at the end of October. Calabria is CEO of Origin's Energy Markets Business."It is a great honour to lead Origin. This is an important Australian company with a strong future. The issues are clear: cut debt and improve performance. This twin focus will improve returns for shareholders and position us to drive medium term growth in a rapidly changing energy market, while delivering on the potential for the major investment that has been made in APLNG," Calabria said.In September last year, Origin stated that in order to lower debt, strengthen the balance sheet and reduce reliance on distributions from APLNG, it plans to reduce the company’s dividend for FY2016 and FY2017, make further reductions in capital expenditure and sell non-core assets. Origin has already sold some of its assets as parts of its debt reduction exercise. In May, it sold Mortlake gas pipeline in Victoria and its 50% interest in OTP Geothermal.Origin is planning to reduce its debt below A$9bn (US$6.8bn) by the end of FY2017, the company said last month while announcing its results for the year that ended on June 30, 2016. It reported A$589mn loss for the full year. Shardul Sharma  

12 сентября 2016, 11:11

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Origin Energy will continue to focus on reducing debt and improving performance amid low energy price environment, company’s newly appointed managing director and CEO Frank Calabria said September 9.The Australian firm has confirmed the appointment of Calabria, who will be replacing Grant King. Calabria’s appointment will take effect immediately following Origin's annual general meeting on October 19, 2016 and King will step down from his role at that time and retire from the company at the end of October. Calabria is CEO of Origin's Energy Markets Business."It is a great honour to lead Origin. This is an important Australian company with a strong future. The issues are clear: cut debt and improve performance. This twin focus will improve returns for shareholders and position us to drive medium term growth in a rapidly changing energy market, while delivering on the potential for the major investment that has been made in APLNG," Calabria said.In September last year, Origin stated that in order to lower debt, strengthen the balance sheet and reduce reliance on distributions from APLNG, it plans to reduce the company’s dividend for FY2016 and FY2017, make further reductions in capital expenditure and sell non-core assets. Origin has already sold some of its assets as parts of its debt reduction exercise. In May, it sold Mortlake gas pipeline in Victoria and its 50% interest in OTP Geothermal.Origin is planning to reduce its debt below A$9bn (US$6.8bn) by the end of FY2017, the company said last month while announcing its results for the year that ended on June 30, 2016. It reported A$589mn loss for the full year. Shardul Sharma  

12 сентября 2016, 11:11

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Origin Energy will continue to focus on reducing debt and improving performance amid low energy price environment, company’s newly appointed managing director and CEO Frank Calabria said September 9.The Australian firm has confirmed the appointment of Calabria, who will be replacing Grant King. Calabria’s appointment will take effect immediately following Origin's annual general meeting on October 19, 2016 and King will step down from his role at that time and retire from the company at the end of October. Calabria is CEO of Origin's Energy Markets Business."It is a great honour to lead Origin. This is an important Australian company with a strong future. The issues are clear: cut debt and improve performance. This twin focus will improve returns for shareholders and position us to drive medium term growth in a rapidly changing energy market, while delivering on the potential for the major investment that has been made in APLNG," Calabria said.In September last year, Origin stated that in order to lower debt, strengthen the balance sheet and reduce reliance on distributions from APLNG, it plans to reduce the company’s dividend for FY2016 and FY2017, make further reductions in capital expenditure and sell non-core assets. Origin has already sold some of its assets as parts of its debt reduction exercise. In May, it sold Mortlake gas pipeline in Victoria and its 50% interest in OTP Geothermal.Origin is planning to reduce its debt below A$9bn (US$6.8bn) by the end of FY2017, the company said last month while announcing its results for the year that ended on June 30, 2016. It reported A$589mn loss for the full year. Shardul Sharma  

12 сентября 2016, 11:11

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Origin Energy will continue to focus on reducing debt and improving performance amid low energy price environment, company’s newly appointed managing director and CEO Frank Calabria said September 9.The Australian firm has confirmed the appointment of Calabria, who will be replacing Grant King. Calabria’s appointment will take effect immediately following Origin's annual general meeting on October 19, 2016 and King will step down from his role at that time and retire from the company at the end of October. Calabria is CEO of Origin's Energy Markets Business."It is a great honour to lead Origin. This is an important Australian company with a strong future. The issues are clear: cut debt and improve performance. This twin focus will improve returns for shareholders and position us to drive medium term growth in a rapidly changing energy market, while delivering on the potential for the major investment that has been made in APLNG," Calabria said.In September last year, Origin stated that in order to lower debt, strengthen the balance sheet and reduce reliance on distributions from APLNG, it plans to reduce the company’s dividend for FY2016 and FY2017, make further reductions in capital expenditure and sell non-core assets. Origin has already sold some of its assets as parts of its debt reduction exercise. In May, it sold Mortlake gas pipeline in Victoria and its 50% interest in OTP Geothermal.Origin is planning to reduce its debt below A$9bn (US$6.8bn) by the end of FY2017, the company said last month while announcing its results for the year that ended on June 30, 2016. It reported A$589mn loss for the full year. Shardul Sharma  

12 сентября 2016, 11:11

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Origin Energy will continue to focus on reducing debt and improving performance amid low energy price environment, company’s newly appointed managing director and CEO Frank Calabria said September 9.The Australian firm has confirmed the appointment of Calabria, who will be replacing Grant King. Calabria’s appointment will take effect immediately following Origin's annual general meeting on October 19, 2016 and King will step down from his role at that time and retire from the company at the end of October. Calabria is CEO of Origin's Energy Markets Business."It is a great honour to lead Origin. This is an important Australian company with a strong future. The issues are clear: cut debt and improve performance. This twin focus will improve returns for shareholders and position us to drive medium term growth in a rapidly changing energy market, while delivering on the potential for the major investment that has been made in APLNG," Calabria said.In September last year, Origin stated that in order to lower debt, strengthen the balance sheet and reduce reliance on distributions from APLNG, it plans to reduce the company’s dividend for FY2016 and FY2017, make further reductions in capital expenditure and sell non-core assets. Origin has already sold some of its assets as parts of its debt reduction exercise. In May, it sold Mortlake gas pipeline in Victoria and its 50% interest in OTP Geothermal.Origin is planning to reduce its debt below A$9bn (US$6.8bn) by the end of FY2017, the company said last month while announcing its results for the year that ended on June 30, 2016. It reported A$589mn loss for the full year. Shardul Sharma  

12 сентября 2016, 11:11

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Origin Energy will continue to focus on reducing debt and improving performance amid low energy price environment, company’s newly appointed managing director and CEO Frank Calabria said September 9.The Australian firm has confirmed the appointment of Calabria, who will be replacing Grant King. Calabria’s appointment will take effect immediately following Origin's annual general meeting on October 19, 2016 and King will step down from his role at that time and retire from the company at the end of October. Calabria is CEO of Origin's Energy Markets Business."It is a great honour to lead Origin. This is an important Australian company with a strong future. The issues are clear: cut debt and improve performance. This twin focus will improve returns for shareholders and position us to drive medium term growth in a rapidly changing energy market, while delivering on the potential for the major investment that has been made in APLNG," Calabria said.In September last year, Origin stated that in order to lower debt, strengthen the balance sheet and reduce reliance on distributions from APLNG, it plans to reduce the company’s dividend for FY2016 and FY2017, make further reductions in capital expenditure and sell non-core assets. Origin has already sold some of its assets as parts of its debt reduction exercise. In May, it sold Mortlake gas pipeline in Victoria and its 50% interest in OTP Geothermal.Origin is planning to reduce its debt below A$9bn (US$6.8bn) by the end of FY2017, the company said last month while announcing its results for the year that ended on June 30, 2016. It reported A$589mn loss for the full year. Shardul Sharma  

12 сентября 2016, 11:11

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Origin Energy will continue to focus on reducing debt and improving performance amid low energy price environment, company’s newly appointed managing director and CEO Frank Calabria said September 9.The Australian firm has confirmed the appointment of Calabria, who will be replacing Grant King. Calabria’s appointment will take effect immediately following Origin's annual general meeting on October 19, 2016 and King will step down from his role at that time and retire from the company at the end of October. Calabria is CEO of Origin's Energy Markets Business."It is a great honour to lead Origin. This is an important Australian company with a strong future. The issues are clear: cut debt and improve performance. This twin focus will improve returns for shareholders and position us to drive medium term growth in a rapidly changing energy market, while delivering on the potential for the major investment that has been made in APLNG," Calabria said.In September last year, Origin stated that in order to lower debt, strengthen the balance sheet and reduce reliance on distributions from APLNG, it plans to reduce the company’s dividend for FY2016 and FY2017, make further reductions in capital expenditure and sell non-core assets. Origin has already sold some of its assets as parts of its debt reduction exercise. In May, it sold Mortlake gas pipeline in Victoria and its 50% interest in OTP Geothermal.Origin is planning to reduce its debt below A$9bn (US$6.8bn) by the end of FY2017, the company said last month while announcing its results for the year that ended on June 30, 2016. It reported A$589mn loss for the full year. Shardul Sharma  

12 сентября 2016, 11:11

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Origin Energy will continue to focus on reducing debt and improving performance amid low energy price environment, company’s newly appointed managing director and CEO Frank Calabria said September 9.The Australian firm has confirmed the appointment of Calabria, who will be replacing Grant King. Calabria’s appointment will take effect immediately following Origin's annual general meeting on October 19, 2016 and King will step down from his role at that time and retire from the company at the end of October. Calabria is CEO of Origin's Energy Markets Business."It is a great honour to lead Origin. This is an important Australian company with a strong future. The issues are clear: cut debt and improve performance. This twin focus will improve returns for shareholders and position us to drive medium term growth in a rapidly changing energy market, while delivering on the potential for the major investment that has been made in APLNG," Calabria said.In September last year, Origin stated that in order to lower debt, strengthen the balance sheet and reduce reliance on distributions from APLNG, it plans to reduce the company’s dividend for FY2016 and FY2017, make further reductions in capital expenditure and sell non-core assets. Origin has already sold some of its assets as parts of its debt reduction exercise. In May, it sold Mortlake gas pipeline in Victoria and its 50% interest in OTP Geothermal.Origin is planning to reduce its debt below A$9bn (US$6.8bn) by the end of FY2017, the company said last month while announcing its results for the year that ended on June 30, 2016. It reported A$589mn loss for the full year. Shardul Sharma  

12 сентября 2016, 11:11

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Origin Energy will continue to focus on reducing debt and improving performance amid low energy price environment, company’s newly appointed managing director and CEO Frank Calabria said September 9.The Australian firm has confirmed the appointment of Calabria, who will be replacing Grant King. Calabria’s appointment will take effect immediately following Origin's annual general meeting on October 19, 2016 and King will step down from his role at that time and retire from the company at the end of October. Calabria is CEO of Origin's Energy Markets Business."It is a great honour to lead Origin. This is an important Australian company with a strong future. The issues are clear: cut debt and improve performance. This twin focus will improve returns for shareholders and position us to drive medium term growth in a rapidly changing energy market, while delivering on the potential for the major investment that has been made in APLNG," Calabria said.In September last year, Origin stated that in order to lower debt, strengthen the balance sheet and reduce reliance on distributions from APLNG, it plans to reduce the company’s dividend for FY2016 and FY2017, make further reductions in capital expenditure and sell non-core assets. Origin has already sold some of its assets as parts of its debt reduction exercise. In May, it sold Mortlake gas pipeline in Victoria and its 50% interest in OTP Geothermal.Origin is planning to reduce its debt below A$9bn (US$6.8bn) by the end of FY2017, the company said last month while announcing its results for the year that ended on June 30, 2016. It reported A$589mn loss for the full year. Shardul Sharma  

12 сентября 2016, 11:11

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Origin Energy will continue to focus on reducing debt and improving performance amid low energy price environment, company’s newly appointed managing director and CEO Frank Calabria said September 9.The Australian firm has confirmed the appointment of Calabria, who will be replacing Grant King. Calabria’s appointment will take effect immediately following Origin's annual general meeting on October 19, 2016 and King will step down from his role at that time and retire from the company at the end of October. Calabria is CEO of Origin's Energy Markets Business."It is a great honour to lead Origin. This is an important Australian company with a strong future. The issues are clear: cut debt and improve performance. This twin focus will improve returns for shareholders and position us to drive medium term growth in a rapidly changing energy market, while delivering on the potential for the major investment that has been made in APLNG," Calabria said.In September last year, Origin stated that in order to lower debt, strengthen the balance sheet and reduce reliance on distributions from APLNG, it plans to reduce the company’s dividend for FY2016 and FY2017, make further reductions in capital expenditure and sell non-core assets. Origin has already sold some of its assets as parts of its debt reduction exercise. In May, it sold Mortlake gas pipeline in Victoria and its 50% interest in OTP Geothermal.Origin is planning to reduce its debt below A$9bn (US$6.8bn) by the end of FY2017, the company said last month while announcing its results for the year that ended on June 30, 2016. It reported A$589mn loss for the full year. Shardul Sharma  

12 сентября 2016, 11:11

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Origin Energy will continue to focus on reducing debt and improving performance amid low energy price environment, company’s newly appointed managing director and CEO Frank Calabria said September 9.The Australian firm has confirmed the appointment of Calabria, who will be replacing Grant King. Calabria’s appointment will take effect immediately following Origin's annual general meeting on October 19, 2016 and King will step down from his role at that time and retire from the company at the end of October. Calabria is CEO of Origin's Energy Markets Business."It is a great honour to lead Origin. This is an important Australian company with a strong future. The issues are clear: cut debt and improve performance. This twin focus will improve returns for shareholders and position us to drive medium term growth in a rapidly changing energy market, while delivering on the potential for the major investment that has been made in APLNG," Calabria said.In September last year, Origin stated that in order to lower debt, strengthen the balance sheet and reduce reliance on distributions from APLNG, it plans to reduce the company’s dividend for FY2016 and FY2017, make further reductions in capital expenditure and sell non-core assets. Origin has already sold some of its assets as parts of its debt reduction exercise. In May, it sold Mortlake gas pipeline in Victoria and its 50% interest in OTP Geothermal.Origin is planning to reduce its debt below A$9bn (US$6.8bn) by the end of FY2017, the company said last month while announcing its results for the year that ended on June 30, 2016. It reported A$589mn loss for the full year. Shardul Sharma  

12 сентября 2016, 11:11

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Origin Energy will continue to focus on reducing debt and improving performance amid low energy price environment, company’s newly appointed managing director and CEO Frank Calabria said September 9.The Australian firm has confirmed the appointment of Calabria, who will be replacing Grant King. Calabria’s appointment will take effect immediately following Origin's annual general meeting on October 19, 2016 and King will step down from his role at that time and retire from the company at the end of October. Calabria is CEO of Origin's Energy Markets Business."It is a great honour to lead Origin. This is an important Australian company with a strong future. The issues are clear: cut debt and improve performance. This twin focus will improve returns for shareholders and position us to drive medium term growth in a rapidly changing energy market, while delivering on the potential for the major investment that has been made in APLNG," Calabria said.In September last year, Origin stated that in order to lower debt, strengthen the balance sheet and reduce reliance on distributions from APLNG, it plans to reduce the company’s dividend for FY2016 and FY2017, make further reductions in capital expenditure and sell non-core assets. Origin has already sold some of its assets as parts of its debt reduction exercise. In May, it sold Mortlake gas pipeline in Victoria and its 50% interest in OTP Geothermal.Origin is planning to reduce its debt below A$9bn (US$6.8bn) by the end of FY2017, the company said last month while announcing its results for the year that ended on June 30, 2016. It reported A$589mn loss for the full year. Shardul Sharma  

12 сентября 2016, 11:11

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Origin Energy will continue to focus on reducing debt and improving performance amid low energy price environment, company’s newly appointed managing director and CEO Frank Calabria said September 9.The Australian firm has confirmed the appointment of Calabria, who will be replacing Grant King. Calabria’s appointment will take effect immediately following Origin's annual general meeting on October 19, 2016 and King will step down from his role at that time and retire from the company at the end of October. Calabria is CEO of Origin's Energy Markets Business."It is a great honour to lead Origin. This is an important Australian company with a strong future. The issues are clear: cut debt and improve performance. This twin focus will improve returns for shareholders and position us to drive medium term growth in a rapidly changing energy market, while delivering on the potential for the major investment that has been made in APLNG," Calabria said.In September last year, Origin stated that in order to lower debt, strengthen the balance sheet and reduce reliance on distributions from APLNG, it plans to reduce the company’s dividend for FY2016 and FY2017, make further reductions in capital expenditure and sell non-core assets. Origin has already sold some of its assets as parts of its debt reduction exercise. In May, it sold Mortlake gas pipeline in Victoria and its 50% interest in OTP Geothermal.Origin is planning to reduce its debt below A$9bn (US$6.8bn) by the end of FY2017, the company said last month while announcing its results for the year that ended on June 30, 2016. It reported A$589mn loss for the full year. Shardul Sharma