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8 მაისს სააგენტომ და Jindal Petroleum Georgia Limited-მა IX, X და XIB სალიცენზიო ბლოკებზე გაფორმებული პროდუქციის წილობრივი განაწილების ხელშეკრულებების დამატებებს მოაწერეს ხელი, რომლებითაც Jindal Petroleum Georgia Limited-მა წილები გადასცა Schlumberger Rustaveli Company Limited-ს (შლუმბერჟე). შლუმბერჟემ იკისრა ვალდებულება იმოქმედოს დაგეგმილი ინვესტიციების განხორციელების გრაფიკის შესაბამისად --------- იხილეთ https://www.facebook.com/StateAgencyofOilandGas/------ see https://www.facebook.com/StateAgencyofOilandGas/
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The State Agency of Oil and Gas Makes an Announcement

The State Agency of Oil and Gas acting in accordance with the Georgian Law on Oil and Gas, announced an open international tender on free license blocks. The tender started on April 3, 2017 and will end on May 22, 2017, at which time all bids will be opened.

The State Agency is pleased to announce that despite the steep downturn in oil and gas prices, the world-wide response has been very positive and demonstrates the attractiveness of Georgia’s investment climate and the country’s potential as an energy producer. 

Indeed, numerous international companies have expressed interest in receiving the tender package, including two companies which are already investors in the Georgian energy sector, Vectra Petroleum Limited, a Hong Kong company, as well as Frontera Resources, a Cayman Islands company.

Vectra Petroleum and NauticAWT Energy Pte. Ltd., a Singapore company, recently agreed to invest USD 30 million during the first three years of their operations. They expect to increase production in the Guria and Adjara regions by drilling new wells and employing ultra-modern technologies.  Frontera was an early investor in Georgian energy as it entered into a production sharing agreement already in 1997.

In a press release on April 11, 2017, Frontera announced “commercial production associated with the is feasible” although technical work in order to establish feasibility of commercial production must “continue”. The State Agency, as well as Georgian Oil and Gas Corporation, a party to the 1997 agreement, expect to receive additional information from the company.

Against this background, a Schlumberger group company purchased 100% participating interest in the Production Sharing Contracts on May 8, 2017 from Jindal group company from India, with respect to exploration and production operations in Georgian License Blocks IX, X and XIB. A prominent American oil and gas exploration and production company also made inquiries to the State Agency in respect to offshore prospects in Georgia, further underscoring the positive growth of and interest by international companies in the country’s energy sector.



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