first_img SALES METHOD: Auction — sold under the hammer on September 14 REACTION FROM THE MARKET: Exposure to over 1.752 million potential buyers in the Courier Mail, almost 34,000 views across social media, 64 buyers inspections, a pre-auction offer of $1.05 million, seven bidders at auction.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus11 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market11 hours ago WHY WAS IT POPULAR: As you can see this was a one of a kind two-storey double cavity brick home from the early 1930s. It was situated on the highest point of Bayview Terrace and commanded spectacular views from the Bay of Brisbane all the way to the Western side of Brisbane. It has a 663 sqm block with a northeast aspect and an amazing street presence. FUN FACT: The son of the original owner of the property, who lived at the residence up until 1946, made contact after seeing the property feature as House of the Week on the front page of the Courier Mail property lift out. He was just six years old when he left that home but still had vivid memories of the property. He now lives in Laidley, which is 90km southwest of 17 Bayview Terrace, but he called me after seeing his original home on the front page of the paper, all the way in Laidley! THE RESULT: Sold for $1.285 million under the hammer*** MORE SOLD: The riverfront mansion that set a new auction record in Brisbane 17 Bayview Tce, Clayfield.When this period house was featured as House of the Week in the Courier Mail Realestate magazine, it got the attention of buyers and the son of its original owner, who read about its sale out west.Here, the agent answers some fast questions about the sales campaign. 17 BAYVIEW TCE CLAYFIELD*** THE PROPERTY: 17 Bayview Terrace, Clayfieldcenter_img THE STATS: 4 bed, 2 bath, 2 car THE AGENT/AGENCY: Oliver J. Jonker, Ray White Ascot HOW LONG WAS IT ON THE MARKET: 26 days THE MARKETING CAMPAIGN: Three week print campaign in the Courier Mail Realestate magazine, which also saw it chosen as the House of the Week cover, plus marketing on realestate.com.au, social media and other advertising channels, including direct mail and database calls. last_img read more

first_imgAustralian energy giants Woodside and BHP have agreed to align their participating interests in the Scarborough gas project located offshore Australia ahead of a final investment decision later this year.Scarborough to Pluto; Source: WoodsideWoodside, the operator, said on Wednesday that it had agreed with BHP to align interests across the WA-1-R (Scarborough) and WA-62-R (North Scarborough) titles, resulting in Woodside holding a 73.5% interest and BHP holding a 26.5% interest in each title.Woodside and BHP have also agreed to apply for Production Licenses in respect of both titles. The agreement is subject to regulatory approvals.Woodside CEO Peter Coleman said that aligning these interests will support the development of the Scarborough field across the two titles and demonstrates the strong commitment of the joint venture to making the final investment decision this year.“This is a world-class Australian resource. The Production License applications are another key step to unlocking the full value of the Scarborough resource through the expansion of our existing Pluto LNG facility,” he said.The Scarborough field contains an estimated contingent resource (2C) dry gas volume of 11.1 Tcf (100%; 8.2 Tcf Woodside share, calculated using deterministic and probabilistic methods).Woodside is targeting the final investment decision in 2020 for the Scarborough development and first cargo in 2024.The Scarborough gas field, discovered in 1979, is located off the coast of Western Australia approximately 220 kilometers northwest of Exmouth in 900 meters of water.Scarborough gas would be initially processed on a deep-water floating production unit and transported through a 430 km pipeline to a proposed second LNG production train at the existing Woodside-operated Pluto LNG facility on Western Australia’s Burrup Peninsula.In November 2019, Woodside and BHP reached an agreement on the tolling price for processing gas from the Scarborough field at Woodside’s Pluto LNG facility. The tolling price is valid to March 31, 2020. The agreed toll was based on BHP maintaining no more than a 25% interest in Scarborough (WA-1-R) up to the final investment decision, subject to BHP’s standard pre-emption rights.Offshore Energy Today StaffSpotted a typo? Have something more to add to the story? Maybe a nice photo? Contact our editorial team via email. Also, if you’re interested in showcasing your company, product, or technology on Offshore Energy Today, please contact us via our advertising form where you can also see our media kit.last_img read more

first_imgThrow-in at Nowlan Park is at 2pm and that’s preceded by the meeting of Kilkenny and Laois in the minors at noon.++++++++++++++++++++++++There’s also hurling in Ulster, with Championshi quarter-finals between Derry and Donegal and Armagh and Down.They both throw-in at 3.30. Wexford are all that stand between Brian Cody’s side and another provincial final.Kilkenny start with 12 of last year’s All-Ireland-winning side with Joey Holden taking the number 3 jersey.Ger Aylward is in for the injured Richie Power while John Power is replaced by Walter Walsh.last_img read more