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BPH adamant on PEP11

BPH Energy has reiterated its commitment to its controversial PEP11 development offshore New South Wales, after deputy premier John Barilaro on Wednesday formally moved to block the license from being renewed.

BPH adamant on PEP11

The PEP11 permit expired last week. MEC Resources and BPH, through shared vehicle Advent Energy, have applied for a two-year extension to the permit into 2023. It said earlier this month the offshore titles...

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