Clontarf in talks on deepwater Ghanaian acreage

Offshore staff

DUBLIN, IrelandClontarf and its partners are discussing with Ghanaian officials a possible award of acreage related to an application for the deepwater Tano basin.

Talks also include replacement acreage for the signed petroleum agreement on the Tano 2A block.

Clontarf’s Ghanaian-affiliated company, Pan Andean Resources (Ghana) is co-owned by Petrel Resources and 10% by local Ghanaian interests.


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