2016 Half year results
Ophir Energy is listed on the London Stock Exchange
We aim to find resource and monetise it to create value for shareholders
Ophir provides an update on its asset portfolio and trading for the year ended 31 December 2016.
Ophir and its joint venture partners, BG Tanzania (Shell) and Pavilion Energy, have concluded the drilling of two exploration wells offshore Tanzania, safely and on time.
In accordance with Rule 9.6.11(3) of the Listing Rules, the Board of Directors of the Company announces that the following changes have been made to the membership of its Board Committees:
Ophir Holdings & Ventures LTD (“Ophir”), a wholly owned subsidiary of Ophir Energy plc, and OneLNGSM, a joint venture between subsidiaries of Golar LNG Limited and Schlumberger, announce that they have signed a binding Shareholders’ Agreement to establish a Joint Operating Company (“JOC”) to develop the Fortuna project, in Block R, offshore Equatorial Guinea utilising Golar’s FLNG technology.
Ophir notes the below press release issued by Shell, the operator of Blocks 1 and 4 in Tanzania, regarding the commencement of exploration drilling:
Ophir announces its half year results for the six months ended 30 June 2016
Ophir provides the following update on resource monetisation at the Kerendan and Bualuang fields.
Ophir is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr David Davies and Dr Carl Trowell as independent non-executive Directors to the Company’s Board with immediate effect.
Ophir Energy plc (“Ophir” or “the Company”) held its Annual General Meeting today, 10 May 2016, at Linklaters LLP, 1 Silk Street, London, EC2Y 8HQ.
Net contingent resource at 31 December 2014