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UpstreamOnline: Maui partners given new block

By Upstream staff

The Shell-led partners in New Zealand’s flagship Maui field have been awarded a new exploration block along the border of the Maui field.

The Maui field is owned by Shell (83.75%), OMV (10%) and Todd Energy (6.25%) and is operated by Shell Todd Oil Services (STOS), a 50-50 joint venture between Shell and Todd.

STOS said today it had been awarded Block PEP 381203 – a 214 square kilometre area along the south-east border of the current Maui petroleum mining licence.

“The joint venture has started re-processing 3D seismic data covering the original Maui PML and part of the new area. This will identify any prospects that could be commercially developed using the existing Maui infrastructure,” said STOS.

21 August 2007 06:02 GMT  | last updated: 21 August 2007 06:02 GMT and its sister websites,,,,, and are all owned by John Donovan. There is also a Wikipedia article.

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