Santos to buy ConocoPhillips northern Australia business for $1.39 billion

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Australian oil and gas producer Santos Ltd on Monday said it would acquire the northern Australia business of ConocoPhillips , the world's largest independent oil and gas producer, for $1.39 billion.
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