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|29 Aug 19
||Sri Lanka: Total and Equinor sign joint study agreement offshore Sri Lanka
The Government of Sri Lanka has entered into an agreement with TOTAL E&P and Equinor as joint study partners to explore the hydrocarbon potential in the JS-5 and JS-6 blocks of the Lanka Basin in the eastern offshore region of Sri Lanka.
|17 Jan 19
||Sri Lanka offering Mannar Basin Block M2 for licensing
The Government of Sri Lanka is preparing for the competitive licensing of Exploration Block M2 in the Mannar Basin. The M2 Block, covering approx. 3,500 sq kms, has two gas discoveries, Dorado 91 H/1z and Barracuda 1G/1, and a number of undrilled prospects.
|03 Sep 18
||Sri Lanka: Schlumberger subsidiary acquiring seismic data offshore Sri Lanka
Research vessel BGP Pioneer is to commence seismic data acquisition offshore Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka's Petroleum Resources Development Ministry (PRDS) signed an agreement in May with Eastern Echo DMCC, a subsidiary of Schlumberger, to explore oil and gas resources.
|06 May 18
||Sri Lanka to sign deals with Total and Schlumberger for seismic study
Sri Lanka will sign agreements with French oil and gas major Total and a subsidiary of Schlumberger for a seismic study off its east coast to evaluate any prospective oil resources, a top official said on Friday.
|12 Apr 18
||Sri Lanka to call for fresh bids for oil exploration in May
Sri Lanka will call for fresh bids for an oil exploration block off the island's northwestern coast in May, where traces of natural gas was discovered in 2011.
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