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Apache has admitted it is considering selling its WA gas business, not just a 13 per cent stake in the Wheatstone LNG development near Onslow, to appease dissident shareholders who want the $US39 billion company to focused on onshore...
Queensland could be dotted with hidden deposits of low level radioactive waste if uranium was once again mined in the state, environmentalists have warned.
Ausdrill shareholders are bracing themselves for bad news from the drilling contractor.
Woodside Petroleum shareholders have blocked the company’s $US2.7 billion ($2.9 billion) plan to buy back most of Royal Dutch Shell’s stake in the company.

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