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Shell flies in $30m for air support

Screen Shot 2014-04-19 at 10.07.44Extracts from an article by Peter Klinger published by The West Australian on 7 July 2014

The first pieces of support infrastructure to back up the burgeoning Browse Basin oil and gas industry have arrived, with Royal Dutch Shell committing $30 million to underpin a dedicated search and rescue helicopter service out of Broome. Shell, which is developing the pioneering Prelude floating LNG project, is committing the funds over an 18-month period. “As a result of the Prelude FLNG project, our activity offshore in the region is increasing,” Shell Australia chairman Andrew Smith said.

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