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Wells and field outlines
Well symbol information is sourced either from ‘open file’ data from titleholders where this was publicly available as at 17 April 2018 or from other public sources. Field outlines are provided from GPinfo, a Petrosys Pty Ltd product. Although all due care, diligence and skill has been taken in compilation of the field outlines by Petrosys, no warranty is provided regarding the accuracy or completeness of the information. Users are responsible for making their own independent inquiries before relying on that information.
Australian Marine Parks
The Australian marine park boundaries depicted are for indicative reference only and should not be solely relied upon in making commercial decisions. Information about the management and character of various zone types can be found at: https://parksaustralia.gov.au/marine/
Australia and Timor-Leste Maritime Boundary Treaty
Until such time as this Treaty enters into force, the Timor Sea Treaty (which establishes the JPDA) and the International Unitisation Agreement will remain in force. The Treaty shall enter into force when Australia and Timor-Leste have notified each other that their respective requirements for entry into force have been fulfilled. For Australia, this requires the passage of implementing legislation through the Parliament.
Image courtesy of Shell Australia of the Prelude FLNG facility, situated 475 km North-North East of Broome.
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