Mereenie is a 269km-long onshore pipeline project operated by Central Petroleum. This oil pipeline, with a maximum diameter of 8 inches, starts at Northern Territory (Australia) and ends in Northern Territory (Australia).
The Mereenie project started operations in 1985 and is owned by Central Petroleum and others.
The Mereenie project is associated with the 1661km Amadeus Basin–Darwin.
About Central Petroleum
Central Petroleum Ltd (CPL) operates as an oil and gas company that offers exploration and development services. The company develops, produces, processes and markets hydrocarbons. It operates its oil and gas assets in Amadeus basin, Pedirka basin, Georgina basin, and Wiso basin. CPL’s Amadeus basin assets include Mereenie oil and gas field, Dingo gas field, Ooraminna field, North Mereenie block, Southern Amadeus basin, Surprise oil field, and Palm Valley gas field. The company has exploration permits such as EP(A) 130, EP 97, EP 93, EP 107, EP(A) 131, and EP(A) 77 in Pedirka basin. It also provides advisory services on oil and gas projects in central Australia. CPL is headquartered in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
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