在非洲东部拥有资产的油气生产公司Aminex近日宣布其在坦桑尼亚Kiliwani北部开发区的54.575%的开采权益仍保持不变。根据该公司2016年4月与Solo Oil plc签署的买卖协议，Aminex将转让1.25%的开采权益给Solo Oil。作为第三期和最后一期贷款款项，该公司还需在15天的商业运行日期内支付89.2712万美元以购买额外的1.575%的开采权益。
Aminex首席执行官Jay Bhattacherjee说，“最近完成的资本筹集使公司有能力保持现有的开采权益。Kiliwani North-1井产油量良好，通过维持现有权益可以使我们获得更高的收入。我们将继续关注Ruvuma盆地多井评价与开发钻探项目。”
来自/OilVoice 9月8日消息 编译/郑雨晴
Aminex, the oil and gas producing company with assets in East Africa, announces that it will maintain its 54.575% interest in the Kiliwani North Development Licence (‘KNDL’) in Tanzania, which the Company operates. Under the terms of a sale and purchase agreement with Solo Oil plc (‘Solo Oil’) announced in April 2016, the Company had agreed to dispose of a 1.25% interest in the KNDL which was the second tranche payment. The terms for the third and final tranche, which is the payment of US$892,712 for an additional 1.575% interest payable within 15 days of the commercial operations date being declared, remain in effect.
Aminex CEO Jay Bhattacherjee commented:’The recently completed capital raise has afforded the Company the ability to maintain its current interest. The Kiliwani North-1 well is performing well and maintaining a higher interest in the licence allows us to retain more of the revenues generated from the project and strengthen our balance sheet. The Company remains focused on the upcoming multi well appraisal and development drilling programme in the Ruvuma Basin, for which it is fully funded.’