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'Lot of life' left in onshore Taranaki gas fields: Greymouth

Pattrick Smellie
Thu, 21 Apr 2022

'Lot of life' left in onshore Taranaki gas fields: Greymouth
Mark Dunphy is bullish on gas discoveries for years to come. (Image: Stuff)
Pattrick Smellie
Thu, 21 Apr 2022
The dramatically improving outlook for cheaper, more plentiful natural gas is getting another boost, with Greymouth Petroleum chief executive Mark Dunphy saying there was “a lot of life” left in its onshore Taranaki assets.In a rare interview, Dunphy told BusinessDesk the country’s third-largest oil and gas producer had spent “tens of millions of dollars” on seismic survey work on its existing Taranaki acreage, which includes oil and gas production at the Turangi, Kaimiro, Ngatoro, Moturoa and Kowhai fields.That wo...

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