|2020-11-12 来源： 中国石化新闻网|
QP表示，根据协议，QP将持有道达尔公司在圭亚那奥里杜伊克（Orinduik）区块中现在持有的25%参与权益中的40%。这项协议还有待圭亚那政府监管部门的批准。奥里杜伊克区块的其他合作伙伴包括拥有60%参与权益的英国图洛石油公司 (担任作业者)和拥有15%参与权益的Eco 大西洋公司。
李峻 编译自 今日石油
Guyana finalizing Qatar Petroleum entry into offshore blocks
Authorities in Guyana are in the process of finalizing arrangements for Qatar Petroleum’s entry into offshore blocks in what is another major development in the South American country’s emerging oil and gas industry.
Back in July 2019, Qatar Petroleum announced that it had entered into an agreement with Total for a share of exploration and production rights in two blocks offshore Guyana.
Under the agreement, which is subject to regulatory approvals by the government of Guyana, Qatar Petroleum had said it would hold 40% of Total’s existing 25% participating interest in the Orinduik block. The other partners in this block are Tullow Oil (the Operator) with a 60% participating interest and Eco Atlantic with a 15% interest. Also, under that agreement, Qatar Petroleum had said it would hold 40% of Total’s existing 25% participating interest in the neighboring Kanuku block. The other partners in this block are Repsol (the Operator) with a 37.5% participating interest and Tullow Oil with a 37.5% interest.
At the time the announcement was made by Qatar Petroleum, Guyana’s Department of Energy had said the deal remains ‘substantially unclear’ and authorities were still studying the transaction.