Exploration activities as part of the Hunter Gas Project operated side by side the Hunter's thriving tourism industry and famous wineries.
Following a comprehensive review of the Upstream Gas business, AGL announced Petroleum Exploration Licences (PELs) 4 and 267 would be sold as part of the NSW Government’s PEL buy-back scheme.
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AGL Energy Limited (AGL) has commenced the permanent decommissioning of eight gas wells and two seismic monitoring bores in the Hunter Valley.
The decommissioning work follows AGL’s recent decision to exit the Hunter Gas Project and sell back its two Petroleum Exploration Licences in the Hunter region to the NSW Government.
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