Oil Review Africa weekly digest - 3 - 7 April

pixabay jp26jp for ORA 307Here is a brief overview of the week's new on oilreviewafrica.com, from 3 - 7 April 2017  

Africa Oil completes Kenyan farmout deal with Maersk Oil 

Africa Oil Corp. has announced that it has completed the previously announced farmout with Maersk Olie og Gas A/S (Maersk) related to Kenyan Blocks 10BB, 13T and 10BA. Read the full story here

London to host Africa's oil and gas industry 

The 16th Africa Independents Forum, a key event on the international oil and gas calendar, will get underway in London on 24 - 25 May. Read the full story here

China Oil says arbitration is next in US$1bn oil field dispute 

PetroChina Co told a federal judge in Texas that their submission to arbitration in an African oil field dispute is worth potentially US$1bn settles the only purpose of Carlton Energy Group LLC's lawsuit, despite Carlton's request for further action from the court, according to Law360. Read the full story here.  

Lekoil and GE oil and gas unit sign deal for development of Ogo field, offshore Nigeria 

Lekoil and General Electric's oil and gas unit have inked a deal to collaborate in the development of the Ogo field, offshore Nigeria. Read the full story here.  

GNPC Operating Services Company and Lloyd’s Register in a joint venture to deliver services to oil and gas sector in Ghana 

Lloyd’s Register has signed an agreement with GOSCO to form a joint venture dedicated to providing well project management, well engineering and associated site survey, geotechnical and rig inspection services, in the territorial waters of Ghana. Read the full story here.  

Emerson expands reservoir management software capabilities for improved field economics and maximum oil recovery 

Emerson’s Roxar Tempest 8.0 provides risk mitigation, increased field productivity and expanded integration from geosciences to production. Read the full story here

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