Libya-Tunisia: 7th November block force majeure lifted

By OGJ editors

Sonde Resources Corp., Calgary, has lifted the force majeure declaration made on June 8, 2011, as to the 7th of November block in Libyan and Tunisian waters of the Mediterranean.

The company took the action after reviewing the Canadian government’s Aug. 31 repeal of unilateral sanctions against Libya.

Sonde requested a meeting with Joint Oil, the Tunisian-Libyan joint venture responsible for the block, to discuss near-term activities regarding the exploration program and the plan of development for the North Zarat discovery (OGJ Online, June 9, 2011).

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