Panoro Energy ASA has announced its 2020 Annual Statement of Reserves (ASR).
The Panoro portfolio reported here for year end 2020 comprises of two assets with continuing operations and reserves, these are a 7.4997% working interest in the Dussafu Permit in Gabon and a 29.4% working interest in the TPS Assets in Tunisia.
After taking account of 2020 production, and as of 31 December 2020, the total net working interest reserves for Panoro in million barrels of oil (“MMbbl”) were:
In February 2021 Panoro announced the acquisition of 14.25% working interest in Block G in Equatorial Guinea and an additional 10% working interest in the Dussafu Marin Permit in Gabon. The acquisition of Block G was completed in March 2021 and the acquisition of the additional 10% working interest in Dussafu is pending completion.
Had the acquisitions completed on 31 December 2020, the total net working interest reserves position of Panoro would have been as follows:
These acquisitons, assuming completion, increase Panoro’s end 2020 net working interest 2P reserves by 23.87 MMbbls, which is an approximate threefold increase.
Panoro’s classification of reserves and resources complies with the guidelines established by the Oslo Stock Exchange and are based on the definitions set by the Petroleum Resources Management System (PRMS), sponsored by the Society of Petroleum Engineers/World Petroleum Council/American Association of Petroleum Geologists/Society of Petroleum Evaluation Engineers (SPE/WPC/AAPG/SPEE) as issued in June 2018.
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