Exxon’s Dory could ease east coast gas shortage

Original article by Matt Chambers
The Australian – Page: 20 : 8-Aug-17

Saul Kavonic of Wood Mackenzie says the Dory gas discovery in Bass Strait could potentially relieve pressure on east coast gas supplies in the long-term. However, he adds that this assumes that the contingent resource estimate of 2.2 trillion cubic feet is proven by further exploration work. Kavonic also notes that no major production at Dory would be likely until at least 2023. ExxonMobil acquired the Dory gas field from Liberty Petroleum earlier in 2017.

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EXXONMOBIL CORPORATION, LIBERTY PETROLEUM, WOOD MACKENZIE, BHP BILLITON LIMITED – ASX BHP, APACHE CORPORATION

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