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Comoros: The Brazilian oil company Petrobras is interested about the archipelago




Brazil's offshore oil exploration, Petrobras plans to invest in Africa after a first operation failed in Nigeria.
 
A delegation of executives from Petrobras should meet in Moroni the Comorian president, Dhoinine Ikililou, and the Minister of Energy, Abdou Nassur Madi, November 6 to discuss the oil potential of the archipelago and investment possible, as indicated by the letter AEI.

In the wake of significant gas discoveries in the Mozambique Channel, the list of companies which is positioned around the Comorian offshore continues to increase.
 
While Kenyan Bahari Resources society production sharing contract has just be blackballed by the Parliament on 19 October, several companies have already made application.
 
The Emiratis of Rak Gas as well as Americans of Safari, partners with Western Energy Production (assets in the US shale gas) company already knocking at the door.

Total and the Sapetro Nigerians would not also opposed to seize new market opportunities that arise.
 
Facing sharp interest generated by its maritime domain, the Comorian Government also reviews its requirements on the rise.
 
A right of entry to the signature should be imposed now and could be estimated at several million dollars.
 
Furthermore, the selected companies will not be able to have in managing more than a block and the challenges in the areas of prospecting should also lead to another selection at the technical level.



Anli Saendou


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