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Santos To Assume Operatorship Of Timor Sea NT/P 48 Permit

Santos Limited has agreed with its joint venture partners, Shell Development (Australia) Pty Ltd and Osaka Gas Australia Pty Ltd, to assume operatorship of the NT/P 48 permit located in the Timor Sea. Santos' Managing Director, Mr. John Ellice-Flint said, "As the new operator we look forward to working closely with, and utilizing the expertise of, Shell and Osaka Gas to develop the gas resource. Commercialization of the Evans Shoal gas resource, which will be undertaken jointly with Shell and Osaka Gas, would contribute towards Santos’ gas strategy of diversification through increased exposure to overseas and international gas markets."

The joint venturers have agreed that operatorship be transferred on July 1, 2002. Final change in operatorship is subject to statutory notifications. The Evans Shoal gas field is located in NT/P 48, approximately 300 km north of Darwin in Australian waters. The field was discovered in 1988. Evans Shoal-2, which was drilled in April 1998, delineated the presence of a 229 meter hydrocarbon column. Mean recoverable volumes for the Evans Shoal accumulation have been estimated at 6.6 TCF of dry gas and 31 million barrels of condensate. Interest holders in NT/P 48 are Shell Australia Development) Pty Ltd 50%, Santos Group 40% and Osaka Gas Australia Pty Ltd 10%. Osaka Gas acquired its interest from Shell in July 2000 and the Santos Group acquired its interest and operatorship rights in 2001 through the acquisition of Natural Gas Australia Ltd.

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