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Arrow Energy acquires Queensland CSG player Bow Energy for A$535 million (US$549 million)

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22 November 2011

Arrow Energy acquires Queensland CSG player Bow Energy for A$535 million (US$549 million)

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On 22 August 2011, Arrow Energy made an initial US$543 million bid to acquire Bow Energy, which owns conventional and coal seam gas (CSG) acreage in Australia. It is focused on developing its CSG position in Queensland's Bowen Basin and has the largest certified reserve base not currently allocated to an LNG export project. Arrow Energy is proposing a two-train LNG export project in Queensland, one train of which will be fed by gas from the Bowen Basin.Arrow increased its offer by ...

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