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10.11.2017 kl 17:53 10688

Ingen store overraskelser i refereringen fra dagens møte i London. Reuter melder:

LONDON (Reuters) - Gambia plans to market two offshore oil blocks that it revoked from African Petroleum, the country’s minister of justice said on Friday.

Norwegian-listed African Petroleum said in October that it had launched arbitration proceedings against the Gambian government.

It held blocks A1 and A4 that are thought to contain up to 3 billion barrels of oil and lie next to licenses in neighbouring Senegal.

“We respect African Petroleum’s choice to initiate arbitrating proceedings... We will exercise our rights to market our blocks, including A1 and A4,” Gambia’s minister of justice and attorney general Abubacarr Tambadou said at an event in London.

.....og fra Nasdac.com kommer denne(egentlig litt spesiell det siste avsnittet)
"Gambian Oil Minister Fafa Sanyang said the terms would be negotiable but that the state oil firm would keep a minimum 10 percent stake in the blocks."

http://www.nasdaq.com/article/gambia-to-market-oil-blocks-disputed-by-african-petroleum-20171110-00519

Er det der "skoen trykker" for Gambia?

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