Repsol and Shell withdraw from oil exploration in Morocco

Repsol and Shell withdraw from oil exploration in Morocco

Drilling results on a joint exploration licence proved inconclusive.

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▪ Drilling results on a joint exploration licence proved inconclusive.

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Less than two years after acquiring the rights to its only exploration licence in Morocco, Repsol Group is pulling out of exploration following negative preliminary results.

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