Why Oil Search didn't seek alternatives

OIL SEARCH’S interim CEO is under pressure to explain why the Papua New Guinea company has not sought alternative bidders or even looked to sell assets, rather than immediately committing to a $21 billion merger with Santos that some investors fear undervalues its assets.

Why Oil Search didn't seek alternatives Why Oil Search didn't seek alternatives Why Oil Search didn't seek alternatives Why Oil Search didn't seek alternatives Why Oil Search didn't seek alternatives

Peter Fredricson

Speaking to investors after the oil and gas producer bounced back into the black in the first half, Peter Fredricson was grilled on how the Oil Search board could be certain that the Santos scrip