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Listen: Oil reserves promising in rough offshore waters of Great Australian Bight

The Great Australian Bight, off the southern coast of Australia, is causing excitement among major oil companies hoping to tap into the large offshore reserves there. James Bourne, Platts associate editorial director for Asian oil news, and Christine Forster, Platts senior writer for Asia oil news, discuss which companies are moving in, what sort of production challenges they may encounter, and when spudding is expected to begin.


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