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the Great Australian Bight and one exploration permit in the North West Shelf. of oil and gas exploration in Australia, and to demonstrate our commitment to 

25 Feb 2020 Oil giant Equinor has abandoned controversial plans to drill in the Great Australian Bight in a move hailed by environmentalists as a "huge win". 28 Feb 2020 Norwegian company, Equinor, has announced it is abandoning plans to drill for oil in the highly ecologically sensitive, Great Australian Bight,  24 Feb 2020 Norwegian oil company announces it has scrapped its $200m plan to deepwater drill in Great Australian Bight Marine Park. Equinor has abandoned oil-drilling plans in the Great Australian Bight - so what's next? February 26, 2020 7.42pm EST. Madeline Taylor, University of Sydney,  24 Feb 2020 Norwegian company Equinor becomes the third major fossil fuel producer to abandon plans to drill for oil in the Great Australian Bight. 24 Feb 2020 Equinor's decision to scrap its proposed drilling in the Great Australian Bight Related Story: Great Australian Bight oil drilling approval to be  25 Feb 2020 Planned oil exploration in the Great Australian Bight will not go ahead after company Equinor decided to end the $200 million project.

Equinor releases Great Australian Bight drilling plan. The Australian arm of Norwegian international energy company Equinor has released for public comment its draft environment plan for the

Norwegian company Equinor has become the third major fossil fuel producer to abandon plans to drill for oil in the Great Australian Bight. The company said it had concluded that its exploration Great Australian Bight oil drilling report released. By the ABC revealed an internal draft emergency plan prepared by the Equinor, which showed oil could reach as far as Port Macquarie under a Statoil announces revised exploration program in the Great Australian Bight June 8, 2017 Statoil has signed a swap agreement with BP and has been granted regulatory approval to take over two exploration permits and extend its work program in the Great Australian Bight. Since 2011, the Australian Government has awarded 11 exploration permits in the Ceduna sub-basin. Each permit has minimum work requirements (e.g. seismic surveys and drilling) that operators must complete to comply with the permit conditions. Equinor is the operator of two of these permits. Oil giant Equinor has abandoned controversial plans to drill in the Great Australian Bight in a move hailed by environmentalists as a "huge win". The Norwegian firm was granted approval last Norwegian energy giant Equinor has dumped plans to conduct deep-sea oil exploration in the Great Australian Bight, about 400 kilometres off the South Australian coast, saying the plan is no longer Equinor was asked to modify oil drilling plans after analysis showed a potential for spill along the coastline and ocean of the Great Australian Bight.

24 Feb 2020 Norwegian group is third oil major to pull out of controversial project. by oil majors Chevron and BP from drilling the Great Australian Bight 

25 Feb 2020 Norwegian company Equinor has become the third major fossil fuel producer to abandon plans to drill for oil in the Great Australian Bight.

24 Feb 2020 Norwegian group is third oil major to pull out of controversial project. by oil majors Chevron and BP from drilling the Great Australian Bight 

Great Australian Bight oil drilling report released. By the ABC revealed an internal draft emergency plan prepared by the Equinor, which showed oil could reach as far as Port Macquarie under a

27 Feb 2020 Equinor has abandoned oil-drilling plans in the Great Australian Bight—so what's next? by Michael Walden, The Conversation. bight Credit: 

25 Feb 2020 Energy company Equinor has walked away from exploring for oil in the Great Australian Bight, just two months after it received environmental  25 Feb 2020 Norwegian energy company Equinor is pulling out of a planned oil exploration in the Great Australian Bight following months of relentless  27 Feb 2020 Equinor has abandoned oil-drilling plans in the Great Australian Bight—so what's next? by Michael Walden, The Conversation. bight Credit:  25 Feb 2020 Norwegian company Equinor has become the third major fossil fuel producer to abandon plans to drill for oil in the Great Australian Bight. 25 Feb 2020 Norwegian oil and gas company Equinor has informed the Australian authorities of its decision to discontinue its exploration drilling plan 

The Wilderness Society says it was ‘gobsmacked’ by the granting of the environment approval for Norwegian energy company Equinor’s bid to drill for oil in the Great Australian Bight. Equinor to discontinue exploration drilling plan in the Great Australian Bight February 25, 2020 00:51 CET | Last modified February 26, 2020 09:07 CET Equinor has informed the Australian authorities of its decision to discontinue its exploration drilling plan (Stromlo-1) in the Ceduna sub-basin, offshore South Australia.