GPinfo May 2017


APPEA Conference

 

The GPinfo team will be at the Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre for the 2017 APPEA Conference from 14th to 17th May. The 2017 editions of the Petroleum Permits Map and Book will be released …

 

2017 Offshore Acreage Release

 

The 2017 Federal Gazettal of Offshore Areas has been finalised with 22 areas available for application …

 

Industry Summary

 

Origin Energy has announced that the planned spin-out of its upstream oil and gas business will be named Lattice Energy. The company will be based in Melbourne, close to Origin’s Bass Strait

 

ConocoPhillips is heading a group of companies involved in Timor Sea gas fields that has started to consider the feasibility of a multimillion-dollar expansion of the existing Darwin LNG project

 

Permit Updates and Changes

 

Santos QNT P/L has exercised its option to acquire a 50% interest and be appointed operator in EP111 and EP124. Central will retain a 50% participating interest …

 

The Joint Authority’s prior decision to refuse the Ascalon retention lease applications WA-407-P LA and WA-420-P LA is now null and void. The Joint Authority now proposes to reassess the applications


APPEA Conference                                     

 

The GPinfo team will be at the Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre for the 2017 APPEA Conference from 14th to 17th May. Please come along to booth 195 in the Exhibition Hall and say hello to Angela Willett, David Corrigan and Cynthia Thomas.

 

The 2017 editions of the Petroleum Permits of Australasia Map and Book will be released at the conference and will be available for purchase from booth 195.

 

 

They are also available for pre-order now for delivery post-conference. Click here for the order form.

 

 

2017 Offshore Acreage Release              

 

The 2017 Federal Gazettal of Offshore Areas has been finalised with 21 areas available for application.

 

Licence

Basin

Closing Date

 

AC17-2

Vulcan Sub

19/10/2017

Work program area

AC17-3

Bonaparte

19/10/2017

Work program area

AC17-4

Browse

22/03/2018

Work program area

AC17-5

Browse

22/03/2018

Work program area

NT17-1

Bonaparte

19/10/2017

Work program area

NT17-2

Petrel Sub

22/03/2018

Work program area

T17-1

Bass

19/10/2017

Work program area

T17-2

Bass

19/10/2017

Work program area

V17-1

Gippsland

19/10/2017

Work program area

V17-2

Otway

19/10/2017

Work program area

V17-3

Otway

19/10/2017

Work program area

W17-1

Petrel Sub

22/03/2018

Work program area

W17-2

Petrel Sub

22/03/2018

Work program area

W17-3

Browse

22/03/2018

Work program area

W17-4

Roebuck

19/10/2017

Work program area

W17-5

Dampier

19/10/2017

Work program area

W17-6

Dampier

08/02/2018

Cash bid area

W17-7

Carnarvon

22/03/2018

Work program area

W17-8

Carnarvon

19/10/2017

Work program area

W17-9

Houtman/Abrolhos

22/03/2018

Work program area

W17-10

Houtman/Abrolhos

22/03/2018

Work program area

 

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Industry Summary                                       

 

Company News

 

Origin Energy has announced that the planned spin-out of its upstream oil and gas business will be named Lattice Energy. The company will be based in Melbourne, close to Origin's Bass Strait and Otway Basin offshore fields, with a second office in Brisbane. Origin is working toward an initial public offer by the end of the year. It is also open to third party offers if they are considered to sufficiently value the assets. Lattice will have an initial valuation of around $1.8 billion. (Source: Energy News Premium, 11/04/2017).

 

Oil Basins Ltd has received an unsolicited approach from Zeecol International advising of its intention to acquire a controlling interest in the company through a merger, subject to all legal and accounting due diligence. Oil Basins is currently liaising with Zeecol in relation to the correspondence in order to determine the details by which the proposed acquisition will be carried out. (Source: Oil Basins announcement, 13/04/2017).

 

Following recent discussions between Magnum Gas & Power Ltd and Bombora Natural Energy P/L, it has been mutually agreed that certain conditions precedent provided for in the proposed acquisition of Bombora by Magnum cannot be satisfied. Neither party is willing to waive the terms or make any modifications to the sales and purchase agreement, so the pair has mutually agreed to terminate the deal. (Source: Magnum Gas & Power announcement, 19/04/2017).

 

Zeta Petroleum plc has entered into a binding heads of agreement with Bombora Natural Energy P/L under which it will acquire all of the issued capital of Bombora. The agreement will see six fully paid ordinary shares in Zeta for every 11 fully paid ordinary shares in Bombora, resulting in around 27.8 million new Zeta shares being issued. The acquisition is expected to be completed by 30/05/2017. (Source: Zeta Petroleum plc announcement, 20/04/2017).

 

Empire Oil & Gas has announced 2C resource estimates for the Red Gully North 1 volatile oil discovery in the Perth Basin, injecting confidence to proceed with the extended well text to access the commercial impact of the new oil play. The reservoir fluid study and resource assessment indicated an initial 2C contingent resource estimate of 200,000 bbls of oil from an oil-in-place estimate of 570,000 bbls. Laboratory analysis of the samples taken during the test revealed oil with an extremely high shrinkage factor which has led to a lower than expected contingent resource volume for the mapped C sand structure. Empire's volumetric assessment of the C sand flowed at 409 bopd with associated gas at 1.29 mmscfd during testing. The upcoming extended well test is planned to start in the third quarter of 2017 and will give a better understanding of the upside oil volumes and commercial potential of the volatile oil discovery. (Source: Empire Oil & Gas announcement, 21/04/2017, Energy News, 24/04/2017).

 

Central Petroleum has signed a new gas sales agreement to deliver 9.85 PJ of gas over five years from its Amadeus Basin fields to the Northern Territory Pine Creek Power Station.  Central said it would begin to deliver gas from the Mereenie, Dingo or Palm Valley gas fields to the Pine Creek Power Station from 01/06/2017. The agreement remains subject to satisfaction of certain conditions precedent, including, including execution of already negotiated gas transportation arrangements, by 31/05/2017.  (Source: Central Petroleum announcement, 26/04/2017). 

 

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is set to introduce legislation into parliament giving the government power to impose gas export controls if domestic shortage hits. In a statement released overnight, Turnbull confirmed the government had consulted with the market regulators and competition watchdog and had decided to intervene in the market as Australia's big LNG producers had failed to give the government concrete guarantees on domestic supply. The government's new gas security mechanism will give it the power direct exporters to make additional gas available into the east coast market when the domestic market is running short. Details on how the gas will be priced is yet to be announced, although the government said it would ensure gas prices in Australia are lower and "fairly reflect international export prices". The new rules are expected to come into force on 01/07/2017. (Source: Energy News Premium, 27/04/2017).

 

Empire Oil & Gas NL is pleased to announce an initial prospective resource estimate for the North Erregulla Deep prospect it shares with Norwest Energy in EP 368 and EP 426. The prospect is potentially connected to the adjacent Lockyer Deep prospect that the partners are hoping to drill in the next year, Empire said North Erregulla Deep could be a good alternate location to test the Lockyer-North Erregulla trend. North Erregulla Deep prospective oil resources for the shallower Dongara/Wagina secondary target are estimated range from 0.98 mmbbl to 8.76 mmbbl with a mid-case 3.55 mmbbl while the primary gas Kingia and High Cliff gas target range from 15-256 bcf with a mid-case 55 bcf. (Source: Empire Oil & Gas NL announcement, 28/04/2017, Energy News Premium, 01/05/2017).

 

APA Group and Cooper Energy have each given final approvals for the sale of the Orbost gas plant in Victoria, but have extended the exclusivity under the agreement to 31/05/2017. The transaction remains subject to certain conditions, including Cooper making a final investment decision on the Sole development and other regulatory approvals. The deal will enable the development of the Sole gas field in the Gippsland Basin offshore Victoria as a new source of competitive gas supply for south-east Australia. Under the transaction, APA will acquire, upgrade, and operate the strategically located Orbost Gas Plant to process gas from Sole and Manta, and potentially other fields in conjunction with Cooper' gas development portfolio.  (Source: APA Group announcement, 01/05/2017, Energy News Premium, 01/05/2017).

 


 

Developments

 

ConocoPhillips is heading a group of companies involved in Timor Sea gas fields that has started to consider the feasibility of a multimillion-dollar expansion of the existing Darwin LNG project that sources gas from Bayu-Undan field. Currently, the plant has only one train. With a production capacity of 3.6 mtpa, it has been on stream since 2006 but is expected to run low on gas supplies from Bayu-Undan by 2022. ConocoPhillips and Santos have already been considering a $10-million development of their Barossa and Caldita fields in the eastern Timor Sea to fill the coming shortfall for Train 1. The new study will look at finding ways to develop other gas fields to supply a second train. Fields being considered for Train 2 include Petrel, Tern and Frigate and Cash-Maple, all of which have all been studied for floating LNG in recent years. (Source: Oil & Gas Journal, 20/04/2017, Energy News Premium, 20/04/2017).

 

PTTEP has awarded Perth-based Neptune Marine Services a major geophysical and geotechnical contract at its Cash Maple field in the Timor Sea, part of a wider development, which PTTEP says, will be a multi-billion dollar project.  Neptune will acquire survey and geotechnical data to assist PTTEP in deciding on export pipeline routing options from the Cash Maple Field, located some 680 km west of Darwin, 700 km northeast of Broome and 200 km south of the Indonesian coastline. PTTEP has previously been considering both conventional LNG and floating LNG options for the fields. The work scope also covers pipeline engineering services which includes; pipeline concept design and geo-hazard reporting, all to be supplied under Neptune's head contract. (Source: Energy News Premium, 21/04/2017).

 

INPEX Corp has announced that the central processing facility for the Ichthys LNG project has sailed from its construction site in Geoje, South Korea. The central processing facility, known as the Ichthys Explorer, will separate and process production from subsea wells into gases and liquids. The project’s floating production, storage, and offloading facility, known as the Ichthys Venturer, is also scheduled to be towed to the field and undergo hook-up. Production of condensate, LNG, and liquefied petroleum gas is expected to begin during INPEX’s fiscal year that ends 31/03/2018. (Source: Oil & Gas Journal, 01/05/2017).

 


 

Discoveries

 

In Southwest Queensland, Beach Energy’s Hector South 1 exploration well targeted the Toolachee Formation as a primary objective and the Epsilon and Patchawarra formations as secondary objectives. The well intersected 6.7m of net gas pay across a 148m gross section on the primary target, which was in-line with pre-drill estimates. Hector South 1 was cased and suspended as a future producer. In the Cooper Basin South Australia, Beach’s Pennington 6 well was also cased and suspended as a future producer. The well intersected 4m of net oil pay in the Namur Sandstone, 3.6m of net oil pay in the overlying McKinlay Member, and 0.8m of net oil pay in the mid-Namur Sandstone. (Source: Beach Energy announcement, 03/05/2017).

 

 Permit Changes                                                                

 

Northern Territory

 

Amadeus Basin

Santos QNT P/L has exercised its option to acquire a 50% interest and be appointed operator in EP111 and EP124. Central will retain a 50% participating interest.

Beetaloo Basin

Origin Energy Ltd has increased its interest in the Beetaloo Joint Venture EP76, EP98 and EP117 to 70% after acquiring Sasol Petroleum Australia Ltd's 35% share. The transaction is subject to the satisfaction of certain conditions

 

EP76 and EP98 have had their expiry dates extended to 31/12/2019.

Georgina Basin

EP222 has had its expiry date extended to 21/08/2018.

 

EP301 has had its expiry date extended to 14/05/2019.

McArthur Basin

EP161 has had its expiry date extended to 20/12/2017.

 

EP162 and EP189 have had their expiry dates extended to 20/11/2018

Ngalia Basin

EP164, EP165, EP166 and EP309 are being relinquished and applications EP310 and EP311 have been withdrawn.

Ord Basin

EP237 has had its expiry date extended to 04/09/2018.

 

EP304 and EP307 were relinquished on 14/02/2017.

Victoria River Basin

EP234 has had its expiry date extended to 04/09/2018

Vulcan Sub Basin

A suspension, extension and variation for AC/P32 was lodged on 01/05/2017.

 

The year 3 work program for AC/P57 has been suspended by 12 months from 13/04/2017 to 13/04/2018. The licence has had its expiry date extended to 13/04/2021. A change to the work program has been approved as follows –

Year 3: 335 sq km 3D PSDM reprocessing, 284 sq km broadband 3D seismic, G&G interpretation $2.37

 

AC16-1 and AC16-2 received no bids. The areas revert to vacant acreage.

Queensland

 

Bowen Basin

ATP 684 has undergone a partial relinquishment and now covers a reduced area of 442 sq km.

 

ATP 758 has undergone a partial relinquishment and now covers a reduced area of 123 sq km.

 

Westside ATP 769P P/L has acquired BNG (Surat) P/L's 50% interest in ATP 769.  As such, the Westside block now has the same interests and operators as ATP 769. Westside now holds 75.5% of the licence and Mitsui E&P Australia holds 24.5%.

 

Westside ATP 769P P/L has acquired BNG (Surat) P/L's 50% interest in ATP 769 Central. Westside now holds 100% of the Central Block.

 

ATP 806 has undergone a partial relinquishment and now covers a reduced area of 1005 sq km.

 

ATP 811 has undergone a partial relinquishment and now covers a reduced area of 111 sq km.

 

The development plan for Blue Energy's Sapphire CSG resource in ATP 814 is nearing completion and will be lodged as part of a Production Licence Application.

 

Comet Ridge will operate ATP 1191 Mahalo Farmout block until December 2018.

 

BNG (Surat) P/L 75% and CNOOC Coal Seam Gas Company P/L 25% have applied for Potential Commercial Area PCA 162 (236 sq km) and PCA 167 (205 sq km) over part of ATP 684.

 

OME Resources Australia has applied for two Potential Commercial Areas over ATP 758: PCA 163 (72 sq km) and PCA 164 (50 sq km).  Interests in the Conventional resource are: Hermes Holdings P/L 32.5%, Maple Leaf Energy P/L 32.5%, OME Resources Australia P/L 26.25% and CNOOC Coal Seam Gas Co P/L 8.75%. Interests in the Coal Seam Gas resource are: OME Resources Australia P/L 75% and CNOOC Coal Seam Gas Co P/L 25%.

 

New South Oil P/L 75% and CNOOC Coal Seam Gas Co P/L 25% have applied for Potential Commercial Area PCA 168 (111 sq km) over part of ATP 811.

 

OME Resources Australia has applied for five Potential Commercial areas over ATP 806:  PCA 165 (205 sq km), PCA 166 (154sq km), PCA 169 (205 sq km), PCA 170 (205 sq km) and PCA 171 (236 sq km). Interests in the Conventional resource are: Hermes Holdings P/L 32.5%, Maple Leaf Energy P/L 32.5%, OME Resources Australia P/L 26.25% and CNOOC Coal Seam Gas Co P/L 8.75%. Interests in the Coal Seam Gas resource are: OME Resources Australia P/L 75% and CNOOC Coal Seam Gas Co P/L 25%.

 

Gazettal area PLR2016/17-1-1 closed on 20/04/2017 and is currently under consideration.

Cooper Basin

Icon Energy Ltd 100% has applied for a number of Potential Commercial Areas over ATP 855 as follows: PCA 172 (228 sq km), PCA 173 (76 sq km), PCA 174 (228 sq km), PCA 175 (228 sq km), PCA 176 (229 sq km), PCA 177 (228 sq km), PCA 178 (228 sq km) and PCA 179 (228 sq km).

 

PL 63 is in the process of being renewed.

Eromanga Basin

Bridgeport (Cooper Basin) P/L holds 100% of ATP 269, PL 482, PL 483 and PL 484 following the acquisition of 6.79% from Gidgealpa Oil P/L (Santos).

 

ATP 549 Solitaire Block exists under production licence applications PL 1030 (222 sq km), PL 1031 (230 sq km) and PL 1033 (228 sq km) until the production licences are granted. Following this, the ATP will expire. The remainder of ATP 549 Solitaire (not covered by PLAs) has already expired. The production licence applications are over the Huon, Sheoak and Foxtail fields respectively.

 

ATP 549 West Block expired on 30/04/2017 and now reverts to vacant acreage.

 

ATP 549 Cypress Block exists under production licence application PL 1032 (231 sq km) until it is granted, after which the ATP will expire. PL 1032 is over the Grandis field.

 

ATP 636 has undergone a partial relinquishment and now covers a reduced area of 1604 sq km.

 

Lakes Oil is seeking a joint venture partner for its ATP 642 and ATP 662 licences.

 

ATP 2025 and ATP 2026 are applications by Victoria Oil Exploration 1977) P/L 60% and Bridgeport Energy (QLD) P/L 40% over the Barcoo (310 sq km) and Barcoo Junction (234 sq km) areas respectively.

 

Potential Commercial Area PCA 155 was granted to Santos QNT P/L 44.423, Bengal Energy (Australia) P/L 38.077% and Bridgeport (Cooper Basin) P/L 17.5% on 31/03/2017.  The licence will expire on 30/03/2032.

 

Drillsearch’s sale and Purchase Agreement for its 40% of PL 29, PL 38, PL 39, PL 52, PL 57, PL 95, PL 169, PL 170, PL 293, PL 294, PL 295 and PL 298 was terminated as the conditions were not satisfied.

Surat Basin

ATP 632 has undergone a partial relinquishment and now covers a reduced area of 230 sq km.  As a result of the partial relinquishment, the ATP 632 FO Block has been relinquished entirely.

 

ATP 747 is in the process of being renewed.

 

Bridgeport Energy (QLD) Ltd 100% has applied for Potential Commercial Area PCA 161 (76 sq km) over part of ATP 805.

 

Potential Commercial Area PCA 156 was granted to Bridgeport Energy (QLD) P/L 100% on 12/04/2017. The licence will expire on 11/04/2027 and covers an increased area of 153 sq km.

 

Armour Energy acquired 12.5% of PL 21, PL 22 and PL 27 from Santos QNT P/L, raising its interest to 100%. The agreement is now unconditional.

 

Armour Energy acquired 7.5% of PL 30 from Santos (BOL) P/L and 7.5% from Bridge Oil Exploration P/L, raising its interest to 90%. The agreement is now unconditional.

 

Armour Energy acquired 8% of PL 71 Exploration% and 80% of PL 71 Production% from Santos QNT P/L, raising its interests to 80% and 100% respectively. The agreement is now unconditional.

 

Armour Energy acquired 10% of PL 264 from Santos QNT P/L, raising its interest to 100%. The agreement is now unconditional.

 

Armour Energy acquired 7.5% of PL 512 from Santos (BOL) P/L and 7.5% from Bridge Oil Exploration P/L, raising its interest to 84%. The agreement is now unconditional.

 

Santos has applied for production licence PL 1028 (12 sq km) over the Cuisinier field extension.

 

Gazettal areas PLR2016/17-1-2 and PLR 2016/17-1-3 closed on 20/04/2017 and are currently under consideration.

Surat/Bowen Basin

ATP 965 has undergone a partial relinquishment and no covers a reduced area of 760 sq km.

South Australia

 

Ceduna Basin

Variations for EPP39 and EPP40 were lodged on 12/04/2017.

Cooper Basin

The year 5 work program for PEL 637 has been extended by 6 months from 23/03/2017 to 22/09/2017. The licence has had its expiry date extended to 02/11/2017.

 

The year 5 work program for PEL 638 has been extended by 12 months from 03/05/2017 to 02/05/2018. The licence has had its expiry date extended to 02/05/2018.

Eromanga Basin

ReNu Energy Ltd 100% has applied for geothermal licence GELA 667.

 

The year 2 work program for PEL 71 has been extended by 12 months from 26/03/2017 to 25/03/2018. The licence has had its expiry date extended to 05/05/2021.

Victoria

 

Gippsland Basin

VIC/P57 had a variation to the work program approved on 07/04/2017 -

Year 5: G&G studies, prospectivity review, detailed structural & stratigraphic mapping, volumetrics and risk analysis of key prospects $0.4m

 

VIC/RL11 and VIC/RL12 are in the process of being renewed.

Otway Basin

VIC/P67 was cancelled by NOPTA on 23/03/2017 and the area now reverts to vacant acreage.

Western Australia

 

Barrow Sub Basin

The DMP is now digitally representing petroleum titles as full graticular blocks that include both land and sea. This has effected EP 358, L 12 and L 13, which are now represented in GPinfo as complete blocks.

Bonaparte Basin

Suspension and extensions for WA-407-P and WA-420-P were lodged on 03/05/2017.

 

The Joint Authority’s prior decision to refuse the Ascalon retention lease applications WA-407-P LA and WA-420-P LA is now null and void. The Joint Authority now proposes to reassess Octanex’s applications.

 

A change to the WA-468-P work program has been approved –

Year 6: G&G studies $0.1m

Browse Basin

W16-3 received no bids. The area reverts to vacant acreage.

 

W16-5 has been re-released. Bids close on 19/10/2017.

 

The year 4 work program for WA-285-P has been suspended by 6 months from 07/04/2017 to 07/10/2017. A change to the work program has been approved –

Year 5: geotechnical studies $0.3m

 

A suspension and extension for WA-494-P was lodged on 3/04/2017.

 

The Crown Extension and Lasseter West location applications over WA-502-P were lodged on 26/04/2017.

 

The Lasseter East location application over WA-513-P was lodged on 07/04/2017.

 

The Lasseter South location application over WA-514-P was lodged on 07/04/2017.

Canning Basin

A work program variation for EP 493 was lodged on 17/03/2017.

 

Onshore release areas L17-1, L17-2, L17-3, L14-4 and L17-5 opened on 16/05/2017. Bids close on 01/02/2018.

 

W16-6 has been re-released. Bids close on 19/10/2017.

Carnarvon Basin

A suspension, extension and variation for EP 435 was lodged on 28/04/2017.

 

Carnarvon Petroleum Ltd 100% has applied for STP-EPA-0142.

 

Tap and its partners in WA-155-P (2) and WA-320-P have completed a review of the reprocessed Huzzas 3D seismic data and operator Quadrant Energy has recommended both areas be relinquished.

 

W16-10, W16-11, W16-13, W16-15, W16-16, W16-19, W16-20 and W16-21 received no bids. The areas revert to vacant acreage.

 

W16-24 has been re-released. Bids close on 19/10/2017.

 

W16-9 has been re-released. Bids close on 19/10/2017.

 

Location WA-374-P LI was declared over Isosceles on 11/04/2017.

 

A retention lease application was lodged over the Pinhoe Location WA-383-P LP on 27/04/2017.

 

WA-476-P is being relinquished.

Kimberley Basin

Applications STP-EPA-0128, STP-EPA-0129 and STP-EPA-0130 have been withdrawn.

Officer Basin

Gazettal areas L16-3 - L16-10 received no bids. The areas have reverted to vacant acreage.

Perth Basin

A suspension for EP 368 was lodged on 13/03/2017.

 

Whicher Range Energy P/L has withdrawn from EP 408 and transferred its interest to CalEnergy Resources (Australia) Ltd. CalEnergy now holds 100%.

 

A suspension for EP 495 was lodged on 13/03/2017.

 

A variation for WA-481-P was lodged on 21/04/2017.

Petrel Sub Basin

W16-1 received no bids. The area reverts to vacant acreage.

Rowley Sub Basin

Suspensions for WA-479-P and WA-587-P were lodged on 13/04/2017.

New Zealand

 

Taranaki Basin

A work program variation for PEP 54877 was lodged on 10/04/2017.

 

PEP 55793 was relinquished on 27/04/2017.

 

PEP 57063 was relinquished on 21/04/2017.

Papua New Guinea

 

New Ireland Basin

PPL 414 was granted to Bismarck Oil Co Ltd. Grant and expiry dates are yet to be verified.

North New Guinea Basin

PPL 321 expired on 19/11/2014. Whilst a top file application was submitted with the DPE, there has been no further announcement on the area.

 

PPL 511 and PPL 512 were granted to Min Oil Resources Ltd. Grant and expiry dates are yet to be verified.

Papuan Basin

APPL 535 is an application by Talisman Oil Ltd for the area previously covered by PPL 239.

 

APPL 555 replaces PPL 379. Aspenglow P/L (formerly Palmer Petroleum) is under external administration.

 

APPL 556 replaces PPL 380. Aspenglow P/L (formerly Palmer Petroleum) is under external administration.

 

APPL 557 replaces PPL 381. Aspenglow P/L (formerly Palmer Petroleum) is under external administration.

 

APPL 575 has been withdrawn and replaced with APPL 608. APPL 608 is an application by Oil Search (PNG) Ltd 100%.

 

APPL 592 is an application by Oil Search (PNG) Ltd 100%.

 

PPL 452 was granted to Hillsborough Ltd. Grant and expiry dates are yet to be verified.

 

PPL 528 was granted to Deutsche Group Ltd. Grant and expiry dates are yet to be verified.

 

PPL 532 was granted to Hides Gas Development Co Ltd. Grant and expiry dates are yet to be verified.

 

PPL 565 was granted to South Pacific Resources Ltd. Grant and expiry dates are yet to be verified.

 

                                                                                                                                  

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