PTTEP is aware of reports that legal proceedings have been filed against the company by the Government of Indonesia in Jakarta. The company has not been served with proceedings and has not received any notification of the substance or extent of the claim. PTTEP has always acted cooperatively and in… read more →
PTTEP Australasia has always accepted responsibility for the 2009 Montara incident. One of PTTEP’s most important responses was to commission the largest independent scientific research program ever undertaken into the Timor Sea environment. These comprehensive studies clearly show no lasting impact on the highly sensitive and biodiverse ecosystems in the… read more →
Four years on from the Montara spill and the Timor Sea has been given a clean bill of health by a series of independent studies as part of the Montara Environmental Monitoring Program.
Following the 2009 Montara oil spill, PTTEP Australasia embarked on one of the most comprehensive environmental scientific research programs ever undertaken in Australia. The results of this series of independent studies on the ecosystems of the Timor Sea are collected in the newly published, and comprehensive, Montara Environmental Monitoring Program… read more →
PTTEP Australasia (PTTEP AA) has successfully completed one of the largest and most technically advanced 3D seismic surveys ever undertaken in Australian waters. The results will provide PTTEP AA with another critical ingredient in the potential development of the Cash Maple gas-condensate field in the Timor Sea.
PTTEP has completed decommissioning of the Jabiru and Challis oilfields in the Timor Sea 30 years after it was first discovered.
PTTEP has commenced oil production at the Montara field in the Timor Sea.