Chevron granted licence for natural gas seeking in Poland.

By bne IntelliNews December 14, 2009
Chevron, the second-largest integrated energy company in the United States, has been granted a five-year licence to seek natural gas in the region of Zamosc, in south-eastern Poland, the environment ministry has announced. Chevron plans to carry out 3.5-km deep appraisal wells, but the schedule is yet unknown, the Rzeczpospolita daily has reported. In the last two years, around 30 companies (incl. ExxonMobil, Lane Energy, Marathon Oil) received similar licences in Poland, the daily added. According to the end-2007 data, the volume of extraction-viable gas deposits was 138.82bn cubic metres. tom

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