Carnarvon basin WA-361-P work program variation approved

Offshore staff

MELBOURNE, Australia – The Commonwealth – Western Australia Offshore Petroleum Joint Authority has approved MEO Australia Ltd.’s application for a work program variation for exploration permit WA-361-P in the Carnarvon basin.

MEO applied for the work program variation on behalf of the WA-361-P joint venture to allow it to complete geotechnical studies ahead of any requirement to drill a well in the permit. The proposed studies will allow the joint venture to establish a local sequence stratigraphic framework, undertake detailed depth conversion, and integrate additional existing data to enhance existing leads and develop new plays ahead of permit renewal in January 2016.



WA-361-P Location Map showing adjacent fields and the MEO operated WA-360-P exploration Permit

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