Linc sells Carmichael royalty to cut debt

He said Linc was focusing on key assets such as its 16 million contiguous acres of shale in South Australia that potentially could yield some 103 billion barrels of oil equivalent of prospective oil and gas resources. "Simply put,we are selling our non-core "good" assets and cashing up, so that we as a group can focus on our "great" core assets," Mr Bond said. "I’ve enjoyed being involved with Adani over these last few years and will of course continue to support them going forward. 2 Qantas posts ‘confronting’ $2. 8b loss after hefty … 5 Chevron’s Gorgon the latest LNG mega-project hit by … Lacking drive?

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