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Egypt Gets a Firmer Handle on Its Debt to Oil Companies

By Mohammed Jetutu, North Africa Correspondent

Days after Dana Gas announced it had an agreement that would considerably reduce its receivables from the Egyptian government, BG Group reported progress in the same area, saying it had received a $350 million payment.

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Kuwaitis Test 4,000BOPD of New Oil in Egypt

Kuwait Energy has announced that its operated exploration well ASA-1 st3 achieved flow rates of 3,768 Barrels of Oil per Day (BOPD) in two zones. The well is located on the Abu Sennan license, onshore Egypt.

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Patrick Pouyanné Takes Charge of TOTAL

Late CEO Christophe de Margerie built a large African portfolio

The Board of Directors of TOTAL has named Patrick Pouyanné its Chief Executive.

He succeeds Christophe de Margerie, who died tragically in an airplane accident in Moscow on the night of October 20-21, 2014.

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Wood Group Wants A Permit to Work Co-ordinator in Angola

Employer:            WGPSN

Desired Expertise:                 Knowledge of Oil & Gas Permit to Work coordinator role, strong leadership and coaching skills, ability to work as part of a small multi-cultural and disciplines teams

 

Experience:                            5+ years

Minimum Education:            Student or Technical apprenticeship and education should be to the British equivalent of HNC, in one of the multi-disciplines.

Location:                                Luanda-Angola

Reference Code:                    IRC112355

Employment Type:               Rotation 28/28

Job Status:                             Active / Open

 

Job Description:                   

WGPSN has an opening for a Permit to Work co-ordinator to join their team in Angola.

Interested candidates should apply on or before the 27th of October 2014 using the link below.

https://appsabz.woodgroup.net/JobSearch/Pages/Vacancy.aspx?ID=IRC112355&bid=370

Disclaimer: Neither Africa Oil+Gas Report, nor its parent company Festac News Press Limited, nor any of its agents, is responsible for this transaction. This is just an announcement, an advertisement.


Progressive Recruitment Wants a Subsea Christmas tree Maintenance Engineer

Employer:             Progressive Recruitment

Desired Expertise:                 Working knowledge of subsea tree specific process technologies, procedures and applications, Must be proficient in use of CAD and Database systems related to Engineering functions, Shows evidence of good organization skills, Display high level of integrity and inter-personal skills, Good problem solving and critical thinking skills required

Experience:                            8+ years

Minimum Education:            A Bachelor’s degree with a Second Class honors (Upper division) in Mechanical Engineering or related discipline

Location:                                Nigeria

Reference Code:                    PR-12499558

Employment Type:               Full time salary Employee

Job Status:                             Active / Open

 

Job Description:                   

Progressive Recruitment has an opening for a Subsea Christmas tree Maintenance Engineerto join their client in Nigeria.

Interested candidates should apply on or before the 27th of October 2014 using the link below.

 

http://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=QVNNRy4wMzA2NS4xNTUwQHN0aHJlZXVrLmFwbGl0cmFrLmNvbQ

 

Disclaimer: Neither Africa Oil+Gas Report, nor its parent company Festac News Press Limited, nor any of its agents, is responsible for this transaction. This is just an announcement, an advertisement.

 


Marginal Fielders in a ‘Mad Dash’ for March 2015 Expiry

Holders of Tsekelewu, Ororo, Ke, Ofa and Dawes Island fields, as well as the Amoji/Igbolo/Matsogo triad are threatened with licence withdrawal.

By MacJohn Adjoto

Nigeria’s regulatory agency, the Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR), is preparing to withdraw the licences of marginal field holders who, by March 2015, have not made “reasonable effort” to develop their fields.

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Mozambican Bid Round Will Close in January 2015

Mozambique will launch its long awaited competitive lease sale, christened ‘the Fifth License Round’ in London on October 23, 2014.
The 15 blocks on offer are located in the prolific offshore Rovuma basin, as well as offshore Zambezi and Angoche basins and onshore around the Pande-Temane concession and Palmeira.

The bidding round, scheduled to close January 20, 2015, is being superintended by the state regulatory agency, the Institute of National Petroleum (INP), on behalf of the Government of the Republic of Mozambique.

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Seplat Says Oil Prices No Cause for Alarm

By Moses Aremu

Oil prices will rally back up, says Austin Avuru, Chief Executive of Seplat, the London listed Nigerian independent. “But when? I do not know”.

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Circle Will Hook up The New Discovery in Morocco

Circle Oil will complete the exploration well that has encountered a new gas zone in the Sebou Permit, onshore Morocco.

CGD-12 encountered 9.7metres of total net gas pay in a number of levels within the Hoot and Guebbas sands.

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Ophir To Try Again In Block 7

Well has 13% chance of success

Ophir will drill another well in Tanzania’s Block 7, eight months after it plugged its first dry hole in the year in the acreage. Mkuki-1 is one additional well that the company just added to its 2014 drilling programme in Tanzania.

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