Côte d’Ivoire gets force majeure notice

Offshore staff

HOUSTON – LUKOIL Overseas and PETROCHI Holding have submitted formal notice of force majeure to the Republic of Côte d’Ivoire per the provisions of the production sharing contract on offshore blocks CI-101 and CI-401, according to reports from the area.

The partners say work will resume as soon as possible once the situation stabilizes.

04/06/2011



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