GPinfo – Praise for 2020 Petroleum Permits Map

The 31st edition of the annual Petroleum Permits of Australasia Map was released at the end of May. GPinfo moves into its 4th decade with this iconic industry publication amid all the uncertainty of COVID and the challenging oil price. Nevertheless, several map sponsors have kindly let us know how useful the map continues to be and how integral to their operations, now more than ever. Thanks to all our sponsors, some of whom have been associated with the map for many years.

“GPinfo maps are always in Carnarvon offices and used daily. COVID meant many took them home as a point of reference. In conjunction with the GPinfo GIS database and email alerts on permit changes, GPinfo and its maps are an integral part of daily life at Carnarvon over previous years and we expect to continue this for many years to come.”

Stephen Molyneux, Exploration Manager, Carnarvon Petroleum

“GPinfo Permit Maps have been part of Finder’s success since the company’s beginnings. They are on the walls of everyone’s office and continually remind us of the scale and potential of the Australian petroleum basins. Thanks GPinfo.”

Aaron Bond, Exploration Manager, Finder Energy

“The GPinfo Permits Map is a great product. It’s something I refer to almost on a daily basis and of course it is an extremely useful reference in a whole range of forums, including Joint Venture and Board meetings.”

Neil Gibbins, Managing Director, Vintage Energy

“Copies of the 2020 GPinfo permit maps arrived this week and are already sprinkled around the office, including the boardroom and meeting rooms. The maps provide an excellent reference to petroleum permit and pipeline locations for Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea and are of a quality that Bridgeport is proud to support.”

Barry Smith, Chief Technical Officer, Bridgeport Energy

“Oil Search has the GPinfo Permit Map displayed in both the Sydney and Port Moresby offices. The map has always been very useful as a reference tool for an oil & gas exploration snapshot throughout Australia, Papua New Guinea and New Zealand.”

Peter Hamilton, Senior Cartographer, Oil Search

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