Welcome to Global Oil & Gas Limited
Global Oil & Gas Limited is an Australian ASX listed company (ASX:GLV) focused on identifying, exploring and developing Energy & Resource assets within Australia and globally.
Previously, Global Oil & Gas Limited is an Australian ASX listed company (ASX:GLV) focused on identifying, exploring and developing Energy & Resource assets within Australia and globally.
The global demand for energy will not fade with a rapidly increasing & diverse population, which is why energy projects will continue to be the primary focus.
With this in mind, Global Oil & Gas Limited will continue to actively seek out new projects that can create value for its shareholders.
Key PDF Documents for Reference
LATEST ASX ANNOUCEMENTS
The Power Behind Our Projects: Discover More
Talara is the country’s most prolific oil & gas producing basin (1.6 billion barrels of oil)Read More
The Georgina basin is a region of proven oil potential and represents one of the few remaining virtually unexplored.Read More
The Sasanof Prospect is a large, seismic amplitude supported, structural-stratigraphic trap in the…Read More
Frequently Asked Questions
YES Natural gas produces 50% less emissions than coal in power generation. Source: Finkel Review 2017. Gas is a feedstock for low emission hydrogen. Gas can increase the uptake of more renewables in the electricity system. Source: AEMO
More than $5bn. The industry pays more than $5bn per year directly to government in taxes and royalties. Source: APPEA Financial Survey That’s the equivalent of providing healthcare for 625,000 Australians each year, or enough to build 100 new primary schools.
Gasoline: 46% Diesel Fuel: 20% Jet Fuel: 8% Propane: 7% Other products: 19% (includes petrochemical feedstocks, asphalt and road oil, lubricants, waxes, etc.)
Grades of crude vary based on their viscosities and sulfuric content. For the first characteristic, oil is either referred to as “light” or “heavy.” Light crude has a lower density and flows through the ground more easily, while heavy crude has a higher density and flows more slowly, making it more difficult to extract.