Tamboran Resources Limited

Tamboran Resources Corporation, through its subsidiaries, is the largest acreage holder and operator with approximately 1.9 million net prospective acres in the Beetaloo Subbasin within the Greater McArthur Basin in the Northern Territory of Australia.

The Company is focused on playing a constructive role in the global energy transition towards a lower carbon future, by developing a significant natural gas resource within the basin.

Tamboran’s key assets include a 38.75% working interest and operatorship in EPs 98, 117 and 76, a 100% working interest and operatorship in EP 136 and a 25% non-operated working interest in EP 161, which are all located in the Beetaloo Basin.

Tamboran will focus on the proposed Shenandoah South Pilot Project, where Tamboran has a 47.5% working interest and is targeting first gas flows in H1 2026, and the proposed Northern Territory LNG (NTLNG) development at Middle Arm in Darwin, targeting gas production for NTLNG by the end of 2030.

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