AGL Energy Limited (AGL) today announced that its total proved plus probable (2P) gas reserves entitlement as at 30 June 2015 has decreased to 1,817 petajoules (PJ), a reduction of 74 PJ (3.9%) over the past 12 months. The revision is due to re-assessment of the Gloucester Gas Project and adjustments for gas produced from the Camden, Moranbah and Surat projects. This decrease is net of gas sales over the intervening period.

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