Lukoil and ENI submit bids for offshore blocks of fields in the Republic of Congo – IF
MOSCOW, March 17 (Reuters) – Russian oil company Lukoil and Italian energy company Eni have submitted bids for Marine 24 and Marine 31 offshore units in the Republic of Congo, work on them will be carried out under a production sharing agreement, Interfax reported, citing a vice president Lukoil to America, Africa and the Middle East by Ivan Romanovsky.
“These applications were submitted jointly with Eni and were accepted by the government,” Romanowski quoted as quoted by Interfax. – Lukoil’s share may be 43%.
Romanovsky explained that the companies are currently in the process of discussing the final commercial terms of the applications for the development of the blocks.
“It should be noted that technically we were the winners of these tenders, as we were the only companies that applied to acquire these blocks,” he said. (Moscow office)