Greater Tortue Ahmeyim Offshore Gas Project Making Good Headway, Mauritania Oil Minister Says

December 16, 2021

Credit: BP (file image)
Credit: BP (file image)

Greater Tortue Ahmeyim, the Kosmos and BP-backed gas project straddling Mauritania and Senegal, has resumed activities and is making "good headway," Mauritania's oil minister told an oil conference in Senegal on Thursday.

"We have resumed our activities. I think that most of the issues that stood in front of us have now been removed. The project will deliver the first gas product by the end 2023," Mohamed Abdel Vetah said. 

(Reporting by Bate Felix Editing by Mark Potter)




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