Middle East / Africa
Country summary: Sierra Leone
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Sierra Leone - recent news
|19 Sep 23
||Sierra Leone: Innoson Oil and Gas farming out exploration license SL2020A offshore Sierra Leone
Innoson Oil and Gas of Nigeria, the sole licensee of exploration license SL2020A, offshore Sierra Leone, have engaged Tudor Hall Energy of the United Kingdom to assist with an acreage farm-out campaign.
|03 Nov 22
||Sierra Leone: Wildcat Petroleum provides update on Sierra Leone Reconnaissance Study
Wildcat Petroleum has announced that, further to the announcement made on 9 May 2022, it has completed a desktop study of the petroleum potential of deep-water blocks offshore Sierra Leone.
|09 May 22
||Sierra Leone: Wildcat Petroleum announce Reconnaissance Permit Agreement for 20 blocks off-shore Sierra Leone
Wildcat Petroleum has entered into a Reconnaissance Permit Agreement over 20 offshore petroleum blocks in Sierra Leone territorial waters comprising a total 24,000 sq kms. This Permit grants the Company a non-exclusive right to conduct reconnaissance operations within the relevant blocks for the period of six months.
|30 Apr 20
||Sierra Leone awards offshore petroleum concessions to Cluff Energy Africa and Innoson
The Government of Sierra Leone has announced that following the conclusion of the Fourth Offshore Petroleum Licensing Round on 28 February 2020, acreage has been provisionally awarded to Cluff Energy Africa and Innoson Oil and Gas.
|30 Sep 19
||Sierra Leone extends application deadline for fourth licensing round
Following the re-opening of Sierra Leone's Fourth Licensing Round in May, the Petroleum Directorate has announced that, following requests from potential investors, it has extended the deadline for submission of applications in order to allow companies additional time to complete their applications
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