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19/9/2018 — Conference Special

Where in New Zealand could there be some of the battery metals now in vogue in global exploration. A presentation by GNS scientists gave a clear indication of rock types and where to look.

Includes following attachments:
- GNS Presentation (1.7 megabytes)

4/4/2018 — Education, Science and Technology

Freshly developed data on the South Island will be outlined at the AusIMM Nelson Discussion Group meeting later this month

Includes following attachments:
- Meeting flyer. (195.9 kilobytes)

13/12/2017 — Oil and Gas
by Simon Hartley

The offer by Ofer Global for a control block of New Zealand Oil & Gas has now passed the original target.

22/11/2017 — Oil and Gas
by Simon Hartley

New Zealand Petroleum & Minerals has approved the control bid for New Zealand Oil & Gas by a foreign major.

18/9/2017 — General
by Simon Hartley

The commodities market has been improving and junior Australian and Canadian companies have been looking at New Zealand. So what does the Government agency handling the industry do? It increases permit fees 70%.

18/9/2017 — Oil and Gas

Mosman Oil & Gas has been prevaricating on work on South Island permits and has been told changes to its permit conditions have not been accepted, so what’s next?

30/8/2017 — Coal, Lignite and CSG/CBM

New Zealand’s Treasury has now given the joint venture company “acceptable owner” status to advance the company as a significant new coal miner.

Includes following attachments:
- Bathurst Resources ASX/Media Release. (680.1 kilobytes)

31/7/2017 — Oil and Gas

The glacial pace of bureaucratic decision making should see clearance or otherwise by October for New Zealand Oil & Gas acquiring the 4% of the Kupe field from Mitsui of Japan.

Includes following attachments:
- NZOG financial statement. (159.8 kilobytes)
- NZOG quarterly activities report. (249.4 kilobytes)

12/4/2017 — Oil and Gas
by Ross Louthean

A law change will test the resolve of the NZ Government and the law courts after three Greenpeace anti-oil exploration protestors were charged yesterday after trying to disrupt a seismic vessel.

24/3/2017 — Oil and Gas

While rowdy protestors did their best to irk delegates at the NZ Petroleum Conference, the Energy Minister was inside painting a positive picture of the industry’s future.

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