Middle East / Africa
Country summary: Senegal
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Senegal - recent news
|21 May 19
||Senegal: Shearwater awarded Woodside high-density multi-azimuth seismic acquisition project offshore Senegal
Shearwater GeoServices has announced the award of a high-density multi-azimuth 3D seismic acquisition contract over the SNE field offshore Senegal by Woodside Energy in its capacity as Operator of the SNE Field Development Joint Venture.
|25 Feb 19
||Senegal: MODEC awarded FPSO contract for SNE field offshore Senegal
MODEC has been awarded a contract by Woodside Energy (Senegal), as Operator of the SNE Field Development, for a Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel for Senegalese waters.
|28 Jan 19
||Senegal: Doris Engineering awarded advisor contract for developments offshore Senegal
DORIS Engineering has been awarded an advisor contract by the Senegalese Ministry of Petroleum and Energies to review the Grand Tortue Ahmeyim, operated by BP, and the SNE project, operated by Woodside, offshore Senegal.
|17 Dec 18
||Senegal: FAR reports first phase of FEED commences on SNE development offshore Senegal
FAR Limited has advised that Front-End Engineering and Design (FEED) activities have commenced for the SNE Field Development Phase 1 offshore Senegal. The Joint Venture is expected to reach a Final Investment Decision (FID) in 2019.
|25 Oct 18
||Senegal: Development and Exploitation Plan submitted for SNE field offshore Senegal
Cairn Energy has announced that the Development and Exploitation Plan for the SNE field offshore Senegal has been submitted on schedule to the Government of Senegal by the Joint Venture with approval targeted later this year.
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