Ithaca Energy has announced that the Group has agreed, subject to regulatory approval, to acquire the remaining 30% stake in Cambo from Shell U.K. Ltd (Shell) taking Ithaca Energy’s stake in Cambo to 100%.
The acquisition, which has minimal near-term cost exposure, will provide Ithaca Energy with full control over the progression of the future development of Cambo, the second largest undeveloped oil and gas discovery in the UK North Sea.
Alan Bruce, Chief Executive Officer, Ithaca Energy, commented: “We are pleased to conclude the marketing process with Shell and to take full ownership of the Cambo development. Our primary focus continues to be the delivery of our BUY, BUILD and BOOST strategy, including the future development of Cambo, subject to fiscal conditions. We believe that Cambo has an important role to play in providing energy security and economic benefit to the UK, while reducing overall emissions intensity.”
Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/offshore-and-subsea/13092023/ithaca-energy-to-acquire-remaining-30-working-interest-in-cambo-in-the-north-sea/
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