Oil Search Plans Substantial Investment in PNG
“The company will spend an estimated U$2.2 billion in-country, on PNG LNG Project related activities and on an extensive gas and oil exploration, appraisal and development programme,” Oil Search said in a statement Tuesday.
The exploration and appraisal work is aimed at finding more gas for a future expansion of the 6.6 million tonne per annum PNG LNG plant as well as proving up gas reserves for the Gulf Area LNG opportunity.
Oil Search sees Gulf Area LNG as a valuable long term growth opportunity as the company could potentially become a participant in two LNG projects or even an LNG project operator.
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Posted on February 22, 2012, in AUSTRALIA - OCEANIA, Papua New Guinea and tagged Cheniere, ExxonMobil, Hydrocarbon exploration, InterOil, Liquefied natural gas, lng project, lng projects, Oil Search, Papua New Guinea, PNG LNG Project, project operator, substantial investments. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Oil Search Plans Substantial Investment in PNG.