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Total Completes Flare Out of the Ofon Field Offshore Nigeria

Total has completed the flare out of the Ofon field on Oil Mining Lease (OML) 102 offshore Nigeria. The associated gas of the Ofon field is now being compressed, evacuated to shore and monetized via Nigeria LNG, the French firm said in a statement Wednesday. “The flare-out...

AP: Protests hit Southern Algeria Over Shale Gas Exploitation

Protests in Algeria's remote and sparsely populated south over efforts to exploit the country's vast shale gas reserves spread to the regional capital Tuesday, the state news agency reported. Algeria has the third-largest estimated shale gas reserves in the world, after China and Argentina. With the...

Gulfsands Petroleum Encounters Gas in Morocco

Gulfsands Petroleum on Monday said it has found gas at Dardara Southeast 1 well (DRC-1), located within the Rharb Centre Permit in Northern Morocco. The DRC-1 well was drilled to a total depth of 1,153 metres and encountered the primary reservoir target interval on prognosis at a depth of 875 metres.

CNOOC Makes Gas Discovery in South China Sea

CNOOC Limited on Tuesday announced a new mid-to-large sized natural gas discovery Lingshui 25-1 in South China Sea. The Lingshui 25-1 structure is located in the northeast of Ledong Sag in Qiongdongnan Basin of South China Sea, with an average water depth of about 980 meters. The discovery well Lingshui...

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