BHP ACCENTS FRONTIER SEARCH TO BOLSTER RESERVES PORTFOLIO

Roger Vielvoye International Editor When BHP Petroleum, Melbourne, decided in the mid-1980s to buoy its reserves, mainly in Australia's Bass Strait, by exploring frontier areas of the world there was relatively little competition from the rest of the industry. In sweeps through under-explored, often remote areas of the world, BHP rarely came across other companies. Today, the competition is everywhere.

Aug 5th, 1991
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