A Nigerian oil giant, Taleveras and three others have won Oil Blocks in Equatorial Guinea
The other two are Exxon Mobil and the UK-based Ophir Energy.
Equatorial Guinea’s minister of mines and hydrocarbons, Gabriel Obiag-Lima, announced this on Monday at the African Oil and Gas conference in Cape Town, South Africa.
All the winners were revealed by Obiag-Lima at a press conference in Cape Town.
Exxon Mobil, in a press statement confirmed it has signed its Production Sharing Contract, with Equatorial Guinea for Oil acreage E.G.-11, hereby heading the list of acreage winners in Equatorial Guinea’s latest licensing bidding round.
UK based Ophir Energy won the block EG 24, whilst Taleveras picked the highly potential EG-07 Oil block and Clonterf Energy landed Block EG-18.
The West African nation’s Ronda 2016 open and competitive bidding round was declared a success by Industry analyst and watchers.