Australia& Oceania

Leading the way: the Ichthys LNG facility in Darwin is among the projects that have helped Australia become a liquefuid natural gas powerhouse Photo: INPEX

Liquefied natural gas has defined and guided the majority of upstream activity in Australasia in these past two decades.

An LNG construction boom starting in the early 2000s led to Australia becoming a global LNG powerhouse, and turned Papua New Guinea and Timor-Leste into LNG exporters.