Clontarf Energy said on 19 September the Pan Andean Resources joint venture had accepted in principle an offer of revised Tano Basin acreage. “Negotiations to formalise a revised petroleum agreement between the company and Ghanaian officials will continue as agreement has yet to be reached on certain matters,” Clontarf said in a statement. The Ministry of Energy invited the JV to submit a new application in 2015, following a dispute over the reallocation of some of the Tano Block 2A licence area to Camac Energy, now known as Erin Energy.