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POSCO to invest AUS$300 million on tripling natural gas production in Australia
POSCO International will invest AUS$300 million in its subsidiary, Senex Energy and Hancock Energy, to multiply its natural gas production threefold over the next three years.
By the fourth quarter of 2025, POSCO hopes to increase Senex Energy's yearly gas production from 20 petajoules to 60 petajoules.
About 1.2 million tons of liquefied natural gas can be produced from 60 petajoules of natural gas (LNG).
It also intends to enhance drilling production volume through Senex Energy by extending gas facilities in the Atlas and Romanos gas fields by 2024.
According to POSCO, the timing is right to develop additional gas fields as natural gas prices are expected to remain high for a long time, because of intense competition for energy resources, the conversion of coal power generation, and seasonal factors.
In addition to drilling assessments for the Artemis and Rockybar mine lots and the acquisition of additional gas fields, the business will undertake the follow-up development of existing gas fields.
By creating a plan to import some of the increased natural gas output into Korea as LNG, it also intends to help stabilize the domestic energy supply. In 2025, the company will begin importing up to 400,000 tons of LNG into Korea and progressively increase the volume.
POSCO will also accelerate eco-friendly aspects within its energy business, and will start construction of a solar power demonstration plant for green hydrogen production in the fourth quarter of this year with Senex Energy in cooperation with CS Energy.
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