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KrisEnergy completes sale of Andaman II offshore block to BP

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KrisEnergy has completed a sale and purchase agreement with BP for the disposal of its 30% non-operated working interest in the Andaman II production sharing contract in the Malacca Strait, Indonesia.

KrisEnergy completes sale of Andaman II offshore block to BP

The consideration for the disposal is US$15 million, subject to a retention sum of US$1.7 million which may be used by BP to offset against any payment obligations that may become due by KrisEnergy from the completion date until 31 December 2021.

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