Olje

Spitzer
07.09.2018 kl 12:06 5460

Ser ut til at Tulip Consortium har kjøpt back-in rettighetene av myndighetene.
Her hentet fra prospekt i 2016:
"In the seventh round the government indicated that state participation was now negotiable, which marked an important change in approach and the average is now 10%. In the Dussafu licence, this option is 10% and has been sold to the Tulip Consortium which is 50% owned by Tullow Oil Plc.

Carry & Reimbursement
The state does not reimburse its share of past exploration costs. It does however pay for its share of any exploration wells drilled within the production permit after start-up. The state’s share of development costs are usually carried although the government has an option to pay for some or all of its share of costs as they are incurred.

Costs are reimbursed out of 70% of the state net profit interest. (Early PSCs stipulated that the state reimbursed its share of costs using 100% of its net profit interest, but nowadays payback is slower). The state pays interest on carried costs at the Banque des Etats de l’Afrique Centrale (BEAC) rate.»

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