Tullow Oil leads $270m investment in Ghana in 2022
The British oil group is increasing its budget significantly to boost offshore production in Ghana, raising its stake against Kosmos.
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▪ Tullow Oil leads $270m investment in Ghana in 2022
▪ The British oil group is increasing its budget significantly to boost offshore production in Ghana, raising its stake against Kosmos.
Having budgeted $265 million of capital investment over 2021 in its African operations, the British group Tullow Oil, headed by Rahul Dhir, plans to spend $350 million this year. In addition to this capital investment, there will be an additional $100m of decommissioning work (the same level as in 2021).
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