Tullow looks to Ghana for 2018 growth


Issue 357 - 09 Nov 2017
With the maritime border dispute with Côte d’Ivoire settled, Tullow Oil will be focusing on development drilling in Ghana in 2018, to raise production and revenues. “The priority for Tullow in 2018 will be to invest in Ghana to get the production up from Ten and to build a base for sustained production from Jubilee,” exploration director Angus McCoss told African Energy. “The focus I think from a shareholder perspective is principally around production revenues, but also keeping the growth agenda alive with some exciting opportunities."

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