Basin Review Bonaparte Basin

Carnarvon picks up offshore permits

Carnarvon Petroleum has been awarded two permits, AC/P62 and EP-49, that both sit in the waters off the Western Australia coastline.

Santos and GDF SUEZ have announced they are considering new commercialisation options other than FLNG to develop the Bonaparte LNG Project, offshore the Northern Territory in the Timor Sea, and instead have listed a pipeline to Darwin as a possible option.

GDF SUEZ Bonaparte and venture partner Santos Offshore have received environmental approval to develop the Bonaparte Floating LNG Project, subject to 15 conditions.

Gas production has begun from Eni’s Blacktip Gas Field Development, located in the southern Bonaparte Basin, approximately 110 kilometres off the coast of the Northern Territory.

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