ExxonMobil, Sterling relinquish Ampasindava block offshore Madagascar

Offshore staff

LONDON – ExxonMobil Exploration and Production (Northern Madagascar) and Sterling Energy (UK) Ltd. have signed to relinquish the Ampasindava block offshore Madagascar.

After a subsurface reassessment of Ampasindava prospectivity, and with Phase 3 of the exploration period expiring in mid-2016, the partners met with Madagascar’s Office des Mines Nationales et des Industries Stratégiques and agreed to relinquish the tract.


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