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Origin uncertainty dogs Buru's gas find 

BURU Energy's plans for its large Rafael gas and condensate find of late 2021 remain in limbo as a combination of joint venture misalignment, a sell off of upstream exploration assets by its larger partner Origin and the proposed takeover of the latter throw a series of spanners in the works. 

Rafael-1 during drilling

Rafael-1 during drilling

At the very end of 2020 Origin Energy moved back to exploration in Western Australia via taking a 50% share in a series of Canning Basin permits held by local expert Buru.   They drilled Rafael-1 in...

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