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Sound Energy receives EIA approval for TE-9 and TE-10 wells

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Sound Energy, the Moroccan focused upstream gas company has announced the approval of the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for the TE-9 and TE-10 wells at the Company's Tendrara-Lakbir permit, onshore Morocco.

This approval, which covers a total of eight wells across a broad area including the TE-9 and TE-10 drilling locations under consideration, is an important step in the local permitting process and enables the Company to now finalise its preparations for the forthcoming wells.

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