Middle East / Africa
Country summary: Senegal
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Senegal - recent news
|12 Dec 19
||Senegal: FAR announces equity raising to fund Sangomar oil field development
FAR has completed a AUD146 million conditional placement. The proceeds from the Placement form part of the planned financing package to fund FAR’s capex to first oil for the Sangomar oil field development, offshore Senegal.
|03 Dec 19
||Senegal: Development and Exploitation plan submitted for Sangomar Field offshore Senegal
FAR Limited, as part of the Rufisque Sangomar and Sangomar Deep (RSSD) joint venture has advised that the final Sangomar Field Development and Exploitation Plan was submitted to the Government of Senegal, in Dakar on 2 December 2019.
|22 Nov 19
||Senegal: TGS commences Senegal 3D Survey in offshore North-West Africa Atlantic Margin
TGS is commencing a new seismic survey in the MSGBC Basin, offshore north-west Africa. The Senegal North Ultra-Deep Offshore (SN-UDO-19) 3D survey covers over 5,100 sq kms and is a continuation of the recently completed SS-UDO-19 3D acquisition in southern Senegal.
|20 Nov 19
||Senegal: Woodside's SNE field is renamed Sangomar
Woodside reports that the President of Senegal, Macky Sall, has renamed the SNE field the Sangomar field to better reflect its association with the people of Senegal.
|18 Nov 19
||Senegal set to offer 10 offshore blocks in 2020 Licence Round
The National Oil Company of Senegal, PETROSEN, has announced the launch of the country’s first offshore licensing round, to be launched at the MSGBC Basin Summit & Exhibition in Senegal in January 2020. The round will be open for six months - until the end of July 2020 - and will comprise 10 offshore exploration blocks.
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