US/UAE group line up data on oil blocks ahead of DR Congo licensing round

Issue 462 - 10 Jun 2022 | 3 minute read

The DR Congo government has confirmed a deal with consultants to evaluate the potential of onshore and offshore sedimentary basins – including the prospective Albertine Graben, Lake Kivu Graben and Tanganyika Graben areas – as it looks to attract international oil companies (IOCs) ahead of a licensing round due to be launched in late July.

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