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Oil search sees little movement in oil prices in 2017

By Bloomberg
21 February 2017   |   4:34 am
Peter Botten, managing director at Oil Search, discusses bringing together Exxon Mobil and Total to forge an agreement on developing natural gas resources in Papua New Guinea, where he thinks oil prices are heading and his outlook for LNG.

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