Tullow completes pre-emption of Deep Water Tano element of Kosmos Energy/Occidental Petroleum Ghana transaction

Tullow Oil has completed the pre-emption related to the sale of Occidental Petroleum’s pursuits in the Jubilee and TEN fields in Ghana to Kosmos Energy.
The money consideration paid on completion was US $118M reflecting closing changes and was funded from money on the steadiness sheet. ตัววัดแรงดันน้ำมัน takes Tullow’s equity interests to 38.9% in the Jubilee area and to 54.8% in the TEN fields and adds approximately 5 kbopd of unhedged day by day production.×280&!7&btvi=3&fsb=1&xpc=eurIGKeAZ6&p=https%3A//×90&!3&btvi=1&fsb=1&xpc=MsBbfbpFN1&p=https%3A//
This equates to roughly 4 kbopd on an annualised basis and will increase 2022 Group production steering to 59-65 kbopd (30-32 kbopd at Jubilee, 13-14 kbopd at TEN and non-op portfolio unchanged at 16-19 kbopd).
READ:Eni, bp create independent three means partnership in Angola
This extra fairness increases Tullow’s 2022 Group capital expenditure forecast by US$30Mto US $380M and is anticipated to generate roughly US$300mn incremental free money flow at US$75/bbl between 2022 and 2026. As of 31 December 2021, the transaction increases Tullow’s net 2P reserves by approximately 21 mmboe (9%) and has an estimated post-tax NPV 10 valuation of US $355mn at $75/bbl.
“I am delighted that this necessary transaction has accomplished and I am grateful for the continued assist of the Government of Ghana and, in particular, the Honourable Minister of Energy whose leadership has been paramount in getting to completion. This transaction underscores our confidence within the property and meets our objectives of worth accretion and deleveraging,” Rahul Dhir, CEO of Tullow Oil plc.
Tullow Oil plc is a multinational oil and gasoline exploration firm based in Tullow, Ireland with its headquarters in London, United Kingdom. The firm is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 250 Index.


Leave a Reply