The Woodside Petroleum-led Greater Sunrise joint venture has started discussing potential development options with East Timor and Australia for how to commercialise the 142 billion cubic metre gas field.
The Sunrise JV – which also includes Shell, ConocoPhillips and Osaka Gas – met representatives from East Timor and Australia last week shortly before it emerged that the two countries had settled their long-standing marine border dispute, a spokesperson for Woodside told Interfax Natural Gas Daily.
“The Sunrise JV has participated in compulsory conciliation proceedings in...
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