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Nigeria - recent news
|31 May 19
||Nigeria/Niger: Savannah Petroleum provides Seven Energy Transaction and corporate update
Savannah Petroleum, the British independent oil & gas company focused around activities in Niger and Nigeria, has provided a corporate and operational update as well as an update on the Seven Energy Transaction.
|15 Apr 19
||Nigeria: MX Oil provides update on Aje field, offshore Nigeria
MX Oil reports that the Aje field, in OML 113, in which the Company holds 5 percent equity investment, continues to produce oil from its two producing wells at a stable rate of around 3,150 bopd, and the the 10th lifting was completed in March 2019.
|05 Apr 19
||Nigeria: Sirius Petroleum provides update on Ororo field drilling
Sirius Petroleum, the Nigeria-focused oil and gas development and production company, has announced that Shelf Drilling's Adriatic-1 rig has reached Target Depth on its current operation and is concluding the testing and logging programme.
|02 Apr 19
||Nigeria: ExxonMobil considering sale of Nigerian oil and gas fields for up to USD3 billion
ExxonMobil has held talks on the sale of a suite of oil and gas fields in Nigeria as the company focuses on new developments in U.S. shale and Guyana, industry and banking sources told Reuters.
|29 Mar 19
||Nigeria: Savannah Petroleum provides update on the Seven Energy Transaction
Savannah Petroleum, the British independent oil & gas company focused around activities in Niger and Nigeria, has announced an update on the Seven Energy Transaction, which is now expected to complete during Q2 2019.
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