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Oil Search due to begin preliminary engineering work at Pikka field in early 2020

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As reported by Reuters, Oil Search has approved the progress of its Pikka unit in Alaska, US, into preliminary engineering work, which it expects will commence in early 2020.
The progress into the Pikka field’s FEED phase is subject to approval from joint venture partners and the finalisation of required third-party agreements.

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