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INPEX joins offshore Mozambique exploration drive

Offshore staff

STAVANGER, Norway – INPEX Mozambique has farmed into 25% of Statoil’s interest in its operated exploration license offshore Mozambique.

This covers two blocks in areas 2 and 5, covering 8,041 sq km (3,104 sq mi) in the offshore Rovuma basin. Water depths range from 300-2,500 m (984-8,202 ft).

During the second half of this year the drillship Discoverer Americas will start drilling the first of two planned wells.

4/2/2013

Statoil Mozambique

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