Partners approve offshore Tunisia seismic survey

Offshore staff

ADELAIDE, AustraliaCooper Energy says the partners in the Bargou permit offshore Tunisia (Cooper 30%) have sanctioned a 500-sq km (193-sq mi) seismic survey during the second half of this year.

This replaces a prior well commitment and is expected to complete the work program under the current permit term.

Cooper has the option to exit or continue once this program is complete.

As for the offshore Hammamet permit (Cooper 35%), the company decided not to participate in the most recent extension of the permit and is in the process of withdrawing.


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