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April 2011 Entries

21 Apr 2011

Santos employees have dug deep to contribute a total of $21,546 for the victims and recovery efforts associated with the recent natural disasters in New Zealand and Japan. Santos has matched these contributions. Read more

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18 Apr 2011

Santos has announced a new three-year partnership with the Clontarf Foundation, a not-for-profit organisation committed to improving the education, discipline, self esteem, life skills and employment prospects of young Aboriginal men. Read more

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15 Apr 2011

Enterprising employees at Santos’ Ballera operations have played a crucial role in the discovery of a rare species of katydid, which has become the first of its kind to go on display at the Australian Museum in Sydney. Read more

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12 Apr 2011

Santos' famed energy bike has made its debut at the annual APPEA conference, attracting plenty of interest from the event's 3,000 attendees. Read more

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07 Apr 2011

Over the past fortnight Santos employees and their families in Whyalla and Adelaide have been enjoying performances at the 2011 Come Out Festival, proudly sponsored by Santos. Read more

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06 Apr 2011

South Australia’s first Starlight Express Room, established with support from Santos, was officially opened on Tuesday at the Adelaide Women’s and Children’s Hospital. Read more

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05 Apr 2011

Santos CEO David Knox last week spoke at the graduation ceremony for students of the University of South Australia’s School of Management and International Graduate School of Business. Read more

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04 Apr 2011

Santos teams once again featured highly in the annual BRW triathlon held in Adelaide recently, with 80 Santos employees taking part and looking resplendent in their Santos tri-suits. Read more

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01 Apr 2011

Santos’ Liam Gallagher and Clare Murdoch intrigued more than 100 high school students with stories of how they use microfossils to locate hydrocarbons deep in the earth at the Palaeo Twilight session at the South Australian Museum recently. Read more

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