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Territory Quarterly, First Quarter 07

Cover Story


Timor Sea Gas Onshore – One Year On

Welcome to the fifth edition of Territory Q.



Territory Q promotes business and investment opportunities across the Territory. It connects us with national and international audiences, and keeps Territorians up-to-date with what’s happening in their own back yard.

Our cover story takes us out to the Bayu-Undan platform in the Timor Sea, then behind the scenes at the Darwin LNG Plant where ConocoPhillips has just celebrated its first year of production.

There’s good news in Central Australia where economic opportunities and jobs are being created under the banner of the Red Centre Way. And we also travel to Dubai to see the role Territory companies are playing in that country’s remarkable development.

As Territory Q enters its second year, its message has never been clearer: the Territory is a great place to live and make a living – and a place of unlimited opportunity.

Clare Martin
Chief Minister of the Northern Territory

The Northern Territory Government respects Indigenous cultures and has attempted to ensure no material has been included in Territory Q that is offensive to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.


Acknowledgements


Territory Q is published by the Department of the Chief Minister, Northern Territory Government. Correspondence should be directed to:

The Department of the Chief Minister
Communications and Marketing
GPO Box 4396,
Darwin NT 0801
t: (08) 8946 9544
e: communications.dcm@nt.gov.au

Writers


Dennis Schulz
Martin Blaszczyk
Stephen Garnett
Samantha McCue
Joc Schmiechen
Christine O’Leary

Photographics


Dennis Schulz
ConocoPhillips
Palm Photographics
Accrete
Athol Wark
Joc Schmiechen
Arafura Games
TourismNT
Didjeri Air Art Tours
Bushlight
Department of Primary Industry, Fisheries and Mines

Design/layout


Boyanton Advertising, Darwin

© Northern Territory Government 2007

While all reasonable efforts have been made to ensure that the information contained in this publication is correct, the information covered is subject to change. The Northern Territory Government does not assume and hereby disclaims any express or implied liability whatsoever to any party for any loss or damage caused by errors or omissions, whether these errors or omissions result from negligence, accident or any other cause. Opinions expressed in Territory Q do not necessarily reflect those of the Northern Territory Government. Requests and inquiries concerning reproduction and rights should be addressed to Communication and Marketing, Department of the Chief Minister, Northern Territory Government. All images appearing in Territory Q are protected by copyright.

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Enjoy the convenience of e-Territory Q. Download current and past editions, fully bookmarked and hyperlinked to the web! Visit www.theterritory.com.au and click on ‘publications’.

Inside this issue


Cover Story 1

Cover Story 1

Acknowledgements 1

Acknowledgements 1

Writers 1

Photographics 1

Design/layout 2



Download your Q 2

Download your Q 2

Inside this issue 3

Inside this issue 3

Bayu-undan & Darwin LNG 4

Bayu-undan & Darwin LNG 4

Offshore 4

Onshore 5

Tall Poppy: Building an Offshore Explorer – Neil Philip 7

Tall Poppy: Building an Offshore Explorer – Neil Philip 7

Preparing for the Worst 8

Preparing for the Worst 8

Launching the Red Centre Way 9

Launching the Red Centre Way 9

Kintore Celebrates New Artists’ Studio 11

Kintore Celebrates New Artists’ Studio 11

Reaching Out-Back 12

Reaching Out-Back 12

Taking on Dubai 13

Taking on Dubai 13

Imparja Outgrows its Home 15

Imparja Outgrows its Home 15

Taking Wild Food to the World 16

Taking Wild Food to the World 16

Cruising to new Heights 17

Cruising to new Heights 17

Cruising – Territory Style 19

Cruising – Territory Style 19

The Lone Trawler 20

The Lone Trawler 20

Mining the Ancient Dunes 21

Mining the Ancient Dunes 21

Makin’ Hay in the Desert 22

Makin’ Hay in the Desert 22

Designer Flowers on Debut 23

Designer Flowers on Debut 23

The Centre of Attention 24

The Centre of Attention 24

Arafura Games 2007 – The Business of Sport 25

Arafura Games 2007 – The Business of Sport 25

Regular Feature: Indigenous Bizness 26



Home North: Approaching the First Thousand 27

Home North: Approaching the First Thousand 27

The Territory Economy: Fast Facts 28

The Territory Economy: Fast Facts 28

Economic Growth 28

Employment 28

Population 28

Inflation 29

Average Weekly Earnings 29

International Trade 29

Property Market 29

Retail Trade 29

Economic Outlook 29

Footnotes: 29

The Waste Oil Warrior 29

The Waste Oil Warrior 29

Stephen Garnett on the Knowledge Economy 30

Stephen Garnett on the Knowledge Economy 30

Bringing Power to the People 30



Paddock to Plate 32

Paddock to Plate 32

Going for Green 32

Native Tasting Plate 33

Crocodile salad 33

Salad dressing 33

Sweet potato crush 33

Kutajera relish 33

Potato roesti 33

Smoked tomato relish 34

Wattleseed pumpkin 34

Presentation 34

Parting Shots 34

Parting Shots 34

Green Light for New Territory Mines in 2007 34



Next Q… June 07 35

Next Q… June 07 35

Aboriginal Art 35



Exporting the Territory 35

Exporting the Territory 35

Trade Support Scheme 35

Encouraging new and existing NT businesses to export goods and services. 35





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