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Country summary: Suriname
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Suriname - recent news
|27 Oct 17
||Suriname: Tullow Oil's Araku-1 well, offshore Suriname, disappoints
Tullow reports that the Araku-1 exploration well offshore Suriname has been drilled to a total depth of 2,685 metres and penetrated the objectives of the Araku prospect. No significant reservoir quality rocks were encountered although logging and sampling proved the presence of gas condensate. The well is now being plugged and abandoned.
|14 Jul 17
||Suriname: Statoil strengthens exploration position in Suriname
Statoil has been awarded two additional offshore exploration licences in Suriname. The licences, for Blocks 59 and 60, were awarded through Suriname’s open door policy.
|13 Jul 17
||Suriname: ExxonMobil, Hess and Statoil awarded Block 59 offshore Suriname
ExxonMobil, along with co-venturers Hess and Statoil, has signed a production sharing contract for Block 59 with Staatsolie Maatschappij Suriname, the national oil company of Suriname.
|26 Jun 17
||Suriname: Exxon, Hess and Statoil awarded Suriname blocks
Staatsolie and the consortium consisting of ExxonMobil, Hess and Statoil have reached an agreement regarding a PSC for Block 59 offshore Suriname. At the same time an agreement was reached with Statoil for Block 60.
|03 May 16
||Suriname: Kosmos Energy finalises Suriname Block 42 farmout with Hess
Kosmos Energy has entered into a farm-out agreement with Hess covering the Block 42 contract area offshore Suriname. Hess will acquire a one-third non-operated interest in the Block 42 contract area from both Chevron and Kosmos.
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