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  • Dana Petroleum awarded new exploration licenses in North Sea
    édité le 09/12/2013 - Plus de news de "DANA PETROLEUM" - Voir la fiche entreprise de "DANA PETROLEUM"

Dana Petroleum awarded new exploration licenses in North Sea
Dana Petroleum has been awarded two new licenses in the UK North Sea, one of which is close to the Tolmount gas discovery in which Dana has a 50 per cent equity share with operator E.on.

The Department of Energy and Climate Change approved three blocks in two licences in the 27th Licensing Round. Dana has been awarded 42/28e, 42/29b and 48/10c all with E.on as operator.

The first two blocks are close to the licence in which the Tolmount gas discovery was made. 48/10c is close to existing infrastructure.

UK Managing Director Paul Griffin said: “These new additions to our portfolio offer us further opportunities for exploration. We hope to build on our recent exploration success in the UK North Sea where we have made two discoveries this year and five in the last three years.”

About Dana Petroleum plc

Dana Petroleum plc, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Korea National Oil Corporation (KNOC), is an international oil and gas business with operations in the UK, Egypt, Norway, the Netherlands and Africa, producing 60,000 barrels of oil a day. Dana’s ambition is to become a leading international oil and gas company operating in Europe, Africa and the Middle East and aims to grow production significantly by investing up to $5 billion over the next five years to increase the size of the company and create value for our shareholder.

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