Mauritania to launch Banda field auction in H2

By Miriam Malek 7 April 2017
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Tullow operations in Ghana. The company left Banda to focus on fields in Ghana. (Tullow Oil) Tullow operations in Ghana. The company left Banda to focus on fields in Ghana. (Tullow Oil)

Mauritania is seeking to capitalise on the recent hype surrounding its Tortue gas discovery by auctioning off the operatorship for the Banda gas field.

Philippe Bozier, a consultant from PwC who is advising the government on the process, told Interfax Natural Gas Daily bids will likely be invited for Banda in the second half of 2017.

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