Irish junior Clontarf Energy landed Block EG-18. [link]
Ophir, Atlas Petroleum win EG acreage
Four other companies handed Equatorial Guinea blocks, after ExxonMobil signs new PSC
UK player Ophir Energy headed the list of acreage winners in Equatorial Guinea’s latest licensing round that was dominated by smaller players.
The London-based company won Block EG-24 in the West African nation’s Ronda 2016 round, with all winners revealed by Equatorial Guinea’s Minister of Mines and Hydrocarbons Gabriel Mbaga Obiang Lima on Monday.
Nigerian pair Taleveras and Atlas Petroleum picked up blocks EG-07 and EG-10, respectively, while Irish junior Clontarf Energy landed Block EG-18.
London-based Israeli player