OPERATIONS

Carnarvon on target for transformational Dorado development

CARNARVON Energy has achieved a key milestone in its plans to become a significant oil and gas producer at the exciting Bedout Sub-basin off the WA coast with receipt of final approval for a sales agreement with Taiwan’s CPC Corporation.

Colin Hay
 Carnarvon CEO and MD Adrian Cook (third from right) says Dorado will be a transformational development for the company

Carnarvon CEO and MD Adrian Cook (third from right) says Dorado will be a transformational development for the company

In February, Carnarvon entered into a binding agreement to divest a 10% interest in its Bedout assets to OPIC Australia Pty Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of CPC Corporation, Taiwan (CPC), Taiwan's...

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