Ivory Coast claims Ghana’s jubilee oilfields

December 1, 2011

Africa, International

Ivory Coast Claims Ghana’s Oil Fields 

 Ghana Business News
 
The government of Ivory Coast led by President Allasane Ouattara has mapped out a new maritime border it is sharing with Ghana covering some of Ghana’s jubilee oilfields.
 
The country has therefore publicly challenged Ghana over title to the offshore acreage hosting some of the region’s most prolific oil and gas fields. It is believed that the disputed border hold about a billion-barrel discoveries. Upstream news publication reports that officials at state oil company, Petroci, early November 2011 unveiled a controversial map redrawing the maritime border between the two nations, which has been in long-running talks over the disputed area.
 

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