Tamboran’s pure focus is on its acreage portfolio in the Beetaloo/McArthur Basin in the Northern Territory.

Tamboran Resources is the largest acreage holder in the Beetaloo Basin with ~1.9 million net prospective acres, held through 100% owned properties and two joint ventures – one with Santos and the other with Falcon Oil & Gas and Daly Waters Energy LP (Sheffield).

The Beetaloo Basin is located in the Northern Territory of Australia, approximately 600 kilometres south of Darwin. Being proximal to a major industrial hub enables relative logistical and operational luxuries, like close access to key infrastructure through roads, a pipeline and a railway.

Its location means efficient access to Australian markets and beyond, with the northern port city of Darwin and the Eastern Seaboard of Australia to the east through Queensland.

EP 76, 98 and 117

(TBN 38.75%)Tamboran holds a 38.75% interest in Beetaloo Sub-basin permits EPs 76, 98 and 117 via Tamboran’s 50% interest in the Tamboran B2 (TB2) Joint Venture (TB2 has a 77.5% operated position in the permits and is a 50/50% joint venture between Tamboran and Daly Waters Energy, LP. TB2 is the operator of the permits and Tamboran is acting as operator on behalf of the joint venture. Falcon Oil & Gas (Australia) Limited hold the remaining 22.5% non-operated interest. The assets cover approximately 4 million prospective acres (1.55 million acres net to Tamboran).

EP 161

(TBN 25%)

Tamboran holds 25% interest in Beetaloo Sub-basin permit EP 161. Santos hold the a 75% operated interest. The permit covers approximately 540,000 prospective acres (135,000 acres net to Tamboran).

EP 136

(TBN 100%)

Tamboran holds 100% interest in Beetaloo Sub-basin permit EP 136. The permit covers 212,000 prospective acreages.