Oil companies are hunting for oil jobs in Australia after a series of deadly oil spills last year, according to a leaked document obtained by Recode.
The document, sent to Recode, says oil companies are using the document to get bids for oil and gas jobs.
Recode has not verified the authenticity of the document.
The leaked document was sent to the company that owns the oil company in question, but Recode could not immediately verify whether the document was authentic.
The company did not immediately respond to Recoding’s request for comment.
The leak follows the publication of a similar document that said the United States, Australia, the United Kingdom and Norway were all looking for oil industry jobs in the US, and that they were all “on the hunt.”
Recode first reported on the document last week, and has been updating the story since.
The document was found in the office of a former senior oil company executive, and is believed to have been authored by the executive.
It’s unclear whether the leaked document is real, but the document is an indication that companies are looking for jobs.
The leaked document says the US and Norway are all on the hunt for oil job postings.
It says the best way to find a job in the United, UK and Norway is to contact an oil company and “seek the best candidate.”
Recoding obtained the document from a source familiar with the matter.
The source said the document came from a former executive.
The former executive declined to comment for this story.