Middle East / Africa
Country summary: Senegal
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Senegal - recent news
|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.
|08 Oct 18
||Senegal: Petrosen seeks tenders for disputed block offshore Senegal
African Petroleum notes the recent update issued by Petrosen which states that it is seeking tenders for two offshore blocks in Senegal, including the Senegal Offshore Sud Profond ('SOSP') block in which African Petroleum holds a 90% operated working interest.
|13 Aug 18
||Senegal: PETRONAS acquires 30 percent equity in TOTAL's Rufisque Offshore Profond block
PETRONAS thas signed a farm-in agreement with TOTAL E&P Senegal, a subsidiary of TOTAL, to acquire a 30% participating interest in the Rufisque Offshore Profond block, marking its entry into Senegal.
|25 Jun 18
||Senegal/Gambia: African Petroleum provides update on its licences offshore Senegal and Gambia
African Petroleum has provided an update on its current disputes regarding its Senegal Offshore Sud Profond ('SOSP') and Rufisque Offshore Profond ('ROP') PSCs, offshore Senegal and its A1 and A4 licences offshore The Gambia.
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