Qatar Petroleum signs agreement to enter 12 exploration blocks in Morocco

  • 2 years   ago
Qatar Petroleum signs agreement to enter 12 exploration blocks in Morocco

Qatar Petroleum went into a concurrence with Eni to procure a 30% partaking enthusiasm for the Tarfaya Shallow Exploration Permit, a progression of 12 neighboring seaward squares along the Atlantic shore of Morocco. 

The understanding is liable to administrative endorsements by the legislature of Morocco. Following such endorsements, the accomplices holding taking an interest enthusiasm for the Tarfaya Shallow Exploration Permit will be associates of each of Eni (Operator) with a 45% partaking interest, Qatar Petroleum with a 30% taking an interest intrigue, and Office National des Hydrocarbures et des Mines ("ONHYM") with the staying 25% taking an interest intrigue. 


Remarking on this event, H E Saad Sherida Al Kaabi, Minister of State for Energy Affairs, and President and CEO of Qatar Petroleum, stated: "This understanding speaks to another vital achievement in our organization guide with Eni, and further fortifies our recognized long haul association with Morocco." 

Al Kaabi included: "We trust that the investigation endeavors are fruitful, and we anticipate working together with our accomplices Eni and ONHYM. I might want to accept this open door to thank the Moroccan experts and our accomplices for their help." 

"This open door is in accordance with Qatar Petroleum's methodology to go into investigation exercises in boondocks bowls with high hydrocarbon asset potential as we heighten our endeavors to grow our portfolio at home and abroad," Al Kaabi finished up. 

The Tarfaya Shallow Exploration Permit covers an all out zone of around 23,900 km2 in water profundities of up to 1,000 meters. The principal period of investigation finishing in 2020 will incorporate directing land and geophysical examinations with the goal of further characterizing potential prospects/leads and evaluating the maximum capacity of the squares.