Tagged With Timor Leste
Setting Timor-Leste's boundaries
9 November 2017
While settling a maritime border dispute with Australia is a step forward in relations between the two countries, it won't resolve all the issues
Calmer waters in Timor Leste?
5 July 2017
A new exploration deal should benefit Timor-Leste and may point to a breakthrough in a maritime dispute with Australia
Bad news for Timor-Leste as Woodside shelves Sunrise LNG project
19 March 2015
The Asian nation relies on petroleum exports for its economy but could see its wells dry within a few years
Australia and Timor Leste locked in legal battle
8 July 2014
The disagreement is over valuable oil and gas buried under the Timor Sea
Espionage claims set back Greater Sunrise gas field
9 May 2013
Timor Leste is accusing Australia of espionage, delaying the development of the gas field
Timor-Leste facing problems with spending
28 February 2013
Timor-Leste (East Timor) was once seen as the poster child for developing nations. It had natural resources, a comprehensive legal framework covering their extraction and an oil fund. Now, almost 11 years after attaining independence, the country better resembles a problem child
Oil flows and deep-water hope for Timor Leste
11 October 2011
Eni is primed to pump 40,000 barrels a day of oil offshore Timor Leste, after starting production from its Kitan oilfield in the Timor Sea
The great game of Timor Leste's Greater Sunrise
22 September 2011
A solution to the impasse over the Greater Sunrise gas development is at hand, but requires compromise and transparency from Timor Leste and Woodside
Exploration round two for Timor Leste
22 September 2011
Timor Leste is preparing another licensing round for next year
Greater Sunrise LNG project under threat
31 March 2011
The stalemate between Woodside Petroleum and Timor Leste over the development of the Greater Sunrise LNG project to be "resolved in time", Australian resources minister Martin Ferguson said recently