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Apache, Santos firm up Halyard plans

APACHE Energy and Santos have confirmed plans to develop the Halyard field in WA-13-L, Carnarvon Basin, as a domestic gas project for Western Australia.

Apache, Santos firm up Halyard plans

Santos said the two companies will complete and tie back the Halyard well and, subject to the outcome of the Spar-2 appraisal well in WA-4-R which will be drilled later this year, will quickly complete...

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