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Kosmos Energy Announces Unmooring Of Greater Tortue Ahmeyim FPSO By Typhoon In China

Kosmos Energy a full-cycle deepwater independent oil and gas exploration and production company focused along the Atlantic Margins, with key production offshore assets in Ghana, Equatorial Guinea and U.S. Gulf of Mexico, as well as a world-class gas development offshore in Mauritania and Senegal has been informed by BP, the operator of the Greater Tortue Ahmeyim project (GTA), of the impact of Typhoon […]

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Far Releases Details On Senegal RSSD Divestment Plan

FAR Ltd  has provided an update on the Woodside Contingent Payment associated with the sale of FAR’s entire interest in the Senegal RSSD Project (the ‘Sangomar Field’) to Woodside Energy in 2021. Highlights Woodside has updated the market on the progress of activities at the Sangomar Field with the development plan 63% complete as at […]

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Woodside Energy Reports Increase In Production And Revenue For Q2 2022 Ending June

Woodside Energy production and revenue in the second quarter rose to 60% and 44% respectively from the first three months of 2022, and this was helped by the contribution from BHP’s petroleum business.  According to the company, the Production for the period under review was 33.8 million barrels of oil equivalent, while revenue climbed to […]

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Technip Energies, COS Petrogaz To Accelerate Gas Development In Senegal

Technip Energies (PARIS:TE) and COS Petrogaz(1) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate in the fields of LNG, carbon-free energy solutions and decarbonization, in order to accelerate Senegal’s gas development and support a fair and equitable energy transition. A signing ceremony took place on 25 May 2022 with representatives of both organisations present. The […]

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Fonroche Wins €121 million Contract For 67,000 Solar Streetlights In Senegal

French company Fonroche Lighting has won a new contract to supply and install 67,000 solar-powered streetlights in several localities in Senegal. This new project will mobilize 121 million euros of investment. Fonroche Lighting wins a new order in West Africa. The company based in Lot-et-Garonne (France) has just signed a contract with the Senegalese Ministry […]

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Woodside completes financial purchase obligation on RSSD, Senegal

On 19 January 2021 the FAR group executed a Sale and Purchase Agreement with Woodside in relation to FAR’s Senegal RSSD asset. Formal completion of the sale took place on 6 July in Senegal and monies were received by FAR in Australia on 7 July. As consideration for the sale Woodside has paid FAR US$45 […]

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Senegal´s Oil & Gas Sector Gears Up for 2023 Production – By Miguel Artacho

Since the discovery of large-scale oil and gas discoveries took place in the offshore waters of Senegal between 2014-2017, the country has been abuzz in terms of how this vast new hydrocarbon wealth will impact the Senegalese economy, making it more competitive and accelerating the pace of the country´s long-term economic development objectives as stipulated […]

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Woodside final acquisition of FAR‘s total interest in Senegal RSSD project

FAR Limited has announced the completion of the sale of its entire interest in the Senegal RSSD joint venture to Woodside Energy (Senegal) BV. In line with guidance given at the FAR Annual General Meeting, and as a result of completion, FAR has received US$126 million from Woodside. Additional payments to FAR, up to US$55 […]

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FAR Board Changes Guards ahead of RSSD Assets Sale, in Senegal

FAR Limited has announced the resignation of Non-Executive Chairman Nicholas Limb and Nonexecutive Director Reginald Nelson, effective immediately. Mr Limb and Mr Nelson have advised that with finalisation of the Senegal asset sale expected imminently, it is the appropriate time for Board renewal. Mr Limb has been a Director since 2011 and Mr Nelson since […]

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Chinese Cnooc seeks investors to drill oil wells in Gabon and Senegal

(Le Nouveau Gabon) – In an announcement published in the press on June 22, the Chinese Cnooc International announces that it is looking for investors for the drilling of oil wells in Gabon and Senegal. “ Cnooc International invites interested parties with technical, financial and operational capacities to participate in its international public prequalification process for […]

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