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Country summary: Lebanon
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Lebanon - recent news
|11 Feb 18
||Lebanon: Total and Eni awarded two exploration blocks offshore Lebanon
A Total-led international consortium (Total 40%, Eni 40%, Novatek 20%) and the government of Lebanon have signed two Exploration and Production Agreements covering Blocks 4 and 9 located offshore Lebanon, in the eastern part of the Mediterranean Sea.
|14 Dec 17
||Lebanon approves awards of two exclusive petroleum licences for exploration
Lebanon has approved the awards of two exclusive petroleum licences for exploration and production in Blocks 4 and 9 to a consortium composed of Total, Eni International and NOVATEK. The blocks were offered as part of Lebanon's first offshore licensing round.
|12 Nov 17
||Lebanon's offshore oil and gas licensing round continues despite political crisis
Lebanon’s Energy Minister on Friday called on companies bidding in its first round of licensing to explore for oil and gas in its Mediterranean waters to begin technical discussions, suggesting the process would continue despite the political crisis.
|15 Oct 17
||Lebanon: Total, Eni and Novatek consortium submits bids for two blocks in Lebanon's first offshore licensing round
Only one consortium, comprising three companies, submitted bids in Lebanon's first offshore licensing round. A consortium of Total, Eni and Novatek submitted bids on Blocks 4 and 9.
|13 Oct 17
||Lebanon: Bids on Lebanon offshore energy blocks close
Lebanon’s Energy Minister Cesar Abi Khalil on Thursday said a tender had closed on a first round of offshore energy blocks, and told local media that two consortiums had submitted bids.
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