Thursday 21st November 2019
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The government is claiming $100 million from the operator of the Tui oil field, as efforts continue to keep the field in production and stave off early decommissioning. Sixty-nine creditors of Tamarind Taranaki, which halted an in-fill drilling campaign at the offshore field in September, have lo...
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