Region: East Timor

Australia and East Timor sign treaty on maritime border

UPDATED. Following two arbitrations and a conciliation under the auspices of the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague, Australia and East Timor have signed a treaty to end a bitter dispute over their maritime boundary in the area of a US$40 billion offshore oil and gas field.

06 March 2018

East Timor and Australia to tear up oil and gas treaty

East Timor is to terminate a treaty with Australia governing the exploitation of oil and gas reserves in the Timor Sea, potentially paving the way for the settlement of a maritime boundary dispute that has spawned espionage allegations and multiple proceedings in The Hague.

10 January 2017

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