Central Petroleum Limited

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Central Petroleum Limited is an Australia-based oil and gas exploration company. The principal activities of the Company consist of development, production, processing and marketing of hydrocarbons, and associated exploration. The Company's operating segments include Gas Producing assets, consisting of its natural gas assets; Oil Producing assets, which consists of its crude oil assets; Development assets, which includes fields under development in preparation for t... continued
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Central Petroleum Limited
Central Petroleum Limited is an Australia-based oil and gas exploration company. The principal activities of the Company consist of development, production, processing and marketing of hydrocarbons, and associated exploration. The Company's operating segments include Gas Producing assets, consisting of its natural gas assets; Oil Producing assets, which consists of its crude oil assets; Development assets, which includes fields under development in preparation for the sale of petroleum products, and Exploration assets, which includes exploration and evaluation of permit areas. The Company's assets include the Palm Valley Gas Field, Mereenie Oil and Gas Field, EP 125, Surprise Oil Field, Dingo Gas Field and Dingo Pipeline in Northern Territory; ATP909, ATP911 and ATP912 in Southern Georgina Basin, Queensland; EP82, EP105 and EP106 in Southern Amadeus Basin, Northern Territory, and various exploration application areas in Amadeus, Pedirka and Wiso Basins.
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NSW govt goes after green slip fraudsters
Insurance companies welcomed the establishment of the NSW CTP Fraud Taskforce on Wednesday to help quash what they suspect is a growing number of fake claims in compulsory third party (CTP) insurance.
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"This means that if, in the event of an accident, a ridesharing partners own personal CTP or third party property insurance is exhausted or does not apply for any reason, passengers, pedestrians, other drivers, and the community at large can rest assured knowing that ridesharing partners remain covered by a robust first-class policy," Uber said.
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Macquarie rates as Neutral (3) - For Macquarie, the highlight of the FY13 result was the $100m peril "put" reinsurance arrangement and the decision to give notice to Queensland's CTP commissioner that Insurance Australia will stop writing Queensland CTP from January 1 2014. These are notable decisions, in the broker's view. Despite this the valuation appears full. The Neutral rating is retained and the price target is unchanged at $6.00. More
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Central signs $190m gas deal with Total
He said Central could potentially be carried on a substantial work program for $152 million, while Total could earn a 68 per cent interest in CTP's Southern Georgina acreage.
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Central Petroleum farms out
Central Petroleum (ASX: CTP) has signed a farm-out joint venture arrangement with local major oil company Santos (ASX: STO) covering areas in the Amadeus and Pedirka Basins. According to the agreement, Santos will spend up to $150 million in three stages of exploration, which will earn itup to 70% of the fields.
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IAG maintains forecast despite quake costs
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Media Release: Ombudsman
The report looks into the CSA's power to go beyond a parent's taxable income to assess child support obligations. The CSA does this through its 'Capacity to pay' (CTP) investigations which typically target parents who are self-employed or run a business through a corporate structure. A CSA capacity to pay investigation may look into such things as property holdings, tax minimisation arrangements, income which is not taxable or lump sum payments received.
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Car insurance: How to pick the right cover
All Aussies have to take out compulsory third party (CTP), also known as a green slip, when registering their car.
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November 2006 From Choice How to find the right car insurance and save on the premium. There are a number of different types of car insurance: Compulsory third party (CTP or green slip insurance) is the most basic cover and every car must have it. It provides essential cover against claims for compensation if you injure or kill someone in a motor accident.
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