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1/10/2018 — Oil and Gas

A springboard for the future for Beach Energy was the acquired Lattice Energy assets which includes operatorship of the Kupe petroleum field in New Zealand.

Includes following attachments:
- Beach Energy Presentation (3.6 megabytes)

24/9/2018 — General
Change at Genesis Energy (Free to View)

An executive at Genesis Energy is to take up an added role at the energy company.

24/9/2018 — Conference Special

One of the key North Island coal mines was outlined at last week’s AusIMM New Zealand Mining Conference.

Includes following attachments:
- Bathurst - Geology, Structure and Development of the Maramarua Open Pit Mine (2.6 megabytes)

4/6/2018 — Alternative Energy

The blinkered push by the current New Zealand Government to eliminate fossil fuels in its energy regime is just one problem ahead for keeping a tight rein on the country’s power costs.

25/5/2018 — General

A senior executive of Genesis Energy will soon be leaving the company to take up another position.

23/4/2018 — General

Early next month Genesis Energy will have someone new in the dual role of general counsel and company secretary.

18/4/2018 — General

John Luchars is retiring from the Genesis Energy board and his replacement is a woman who has held senior positions in banking and finance.

18/4/2018 — General

The March quarter produced generally satisfying results for Genesis Energy, taking in a good performance with the investment in the Kupe production field.

Includes following attachments:
- Genesis performance report. (261.2 kilobytes)

16/2/2018 — General

The great diversity of supply that Genesis Energy can now provide was marked down as key drivers for the company in the December half year.

Includes following attachments:
- HY18 result presentation. (622.3 kilobytes)
- Interim report. (937.2 kilobytes)

16/2/2018 — Coal, Lignite and CSG/CBM
by Ross Louthean

The outrage on Valentine’s Day about ongoing coal use completely bypassed the issue that without the Huntly power station New Zealanders could have been in the dark recently.

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