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.
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 provides the following update on resource monetisation at the Kerendan and Bualuang fields.
Ophir provides an update on the project workstreams leading to Final Investment Decision (“FID”) on the Fortuna FLNG Project:
Ophir provides an update on its asset portfolio and an update on trading for the year ended 31 December 2015.
Ophir Energy announces that it has signed Heads of Agreements (“HoAs”) for LNG offtake from the Fortuna FLNG project with six counterparties, all of whom are established LNG buyers in European and Asian markets.
Ophir announces that it has completed operations on the G4/50-11 wildcat exploration in the South Western Graben of the Gulf of Thailand.
Ophir Energy announces that it has finalised commercial terms and is in the process of signing Heads of Agreement (“HoAs”) for LNG offtake from the Fortuna FLNG Project with a shortlisted group of counterparties, all of which are globally established LNG Buyers.
Ophir announces that it has completed operations on the G4/50-10 exploration well that was testing the Soy Siam prospect.
Ophir announces that it has commenced its two well exploration drilling programme in Block G4/50, in the western Gulf of Thailand with the spud of G4/50-10 exploration well on the Soy Siam prospect.