Woodside urges end to Sunrise deadlock

Original article by Angela Macdonald-Smith
The Australian Financial Review – Page: 15 : 9-Feb-15

Rui Araujo is widely tipped to succeed outgoing East Timor Prime Minister Xanana Gusmao. Deakin University’s Damien Kingsbury says Araujo might be more amenable to negotiations regarding the Sunrise gas field in the Timor Sea, which has been the subject of a maritime boundary dispute between Australia and East Timor. Woodside Petroleum wants the impasse to be resolved so it can move forward with its $US13bn ($A17bn) Sunrise gas project

CORPORATES
WOODSIDE PETROLEUM LIMITED – ASX WPL, DEAKIN UNIVERSITY, EAST TIMOR. OFFICE OF THE PRIME MINISTER, FRETILIN, AUSTRALIA. NATIONAL SECURITY COMMITTEE, ROYAL DUTCH SHELL PLC, CONOCOPHILLIPS, INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE, AUSTRALIA. DEPT OF INDUSTRY AND SCIENCE

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