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Shares in Buru Energy rose after it was granted production licences for its Ungani oil field in the Kimberley.
Shares in Rumble Resources tumbled after a drilling program at its Zanthus project in the Fraser Range turned up nothing of interest.
Kimberley Diamonds was threatened with the loss of its main WA mining tenement four times over the past two years for failure to pay mining royalties to the State Government.
The Woodside Petroleum-led Browse joint venture has wasted no time getting on with the job of finalising the make-up and cost of the world’s biggest floating LNG development, awarding key contracts to Technip and Samsung.

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