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NZ Petroleum Update Jan/Feb 2005 - Crown Minerals

NZ Petroleum Updates
14 February 2005 - Issue 30

Dear Editor

Welcome to the first instalment of Petroleum Update for 2005.

This year promises to be even busier than 2004 with a number of blocks offers and a significant increase in exploration activity.

Don't forget to take a look at the Reports Releases section below. A number of new reports have been made available in the last few months and these can be accessed via the Crown Minerals online catalogue.

You can also keep up to date with the Government funded sesimic survey off the East Coast Basin at www.crownminerals.govt.nz/petroleum/seismic.html

Regards

Crown Minerals

Permit Changes

Find details of permit applications, grants, expiries, revocations, surrenders, withdrawals and transfers.

For details click below...

http://s0.tx.co.nz/at/tep121i66945a4j33120s4c3647616t9f2n8287081z

Permit Downloads

Current permits for each region and full permit downloads including full work programmes.

For details click below...
http://s0.tx.co.nz/at/tep121i66946a4j33120s4c3647616t9f2n8287081z

Report Releases

Petroleum reports are released on a monthly basis. Details of these reports can be obtained for the current month.

For details click below...
http://s0.tx.co.nz/at/tep121i66943a4j33120s4c3647616t9f2n8287081z

Permit Maps

Maps detailing the locations of all current petroleum prospecting, exploration and mining permits in New Zealand.

For details click below...
http://s0.tx.co.nz/at/tep121i66949a4j33120s4c3647616t9f2n8287081z

For enquiries about this email or any other information we offer, contact us at:

Email: crown.minerals@med.govt.nz
Website: www.crownminerals.govt.nz
Freephone (NZ only): 0508 CM ESTATE (0508 263 782)
International Calls: +64 3 962 6179
Facsimile: +64 4 499 0968
Physical Address: 33 Bowen Street, PO Box 1473, Wellington, New Zealand


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