Chariot said it was working with Energean on the Anchois development plan. This included negotiating offshore drilling and services for work this year.
Energean CEO Mathios Rigas described the deal as “an exciting step in the next stage of our development, one that can only enhance our position as the pre-eminent independent natural gas producer listed in London”.
“We remain fully focused on taking the Anchois project to first gas in a way that can continually grow the resource and project scale and help unlock the basin scale potential that we see across our licence area."
Chariot has reached a framework agreement on gas sales from its Anchois project with Office National de l'Electricité et de l'Eau Potable (ONEE).
Total Eren and Chariot have agreed to build a solar photovoltaic (PV) project to supply power to the Karo platinum project in Zimbabwe.
Chariot has signed a pipeline tie-in agreement with state-owned Office National des Hydrocarbures et des Mines (ONHYM) in Morocco.
Chariot has signed Total Eren up to work together on a proposed major hydrogen development in Mauritania.
Chariot has upgraded the amount of gas it believes may be under its licence offshore Morocco, following the drilling of the Anchois-2 well.
Mauritania has signed on to support three hydrogen projects, including Chariot’s Nour plan, at a strategic meeting.
Chariot has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Port of Rotterdam on the supply of green hydrogen.
Total Eren and Chariot have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to provide solar power to the Tharisa mine.
Chariot has made a “significant” discovery at its Anchois-2 well off Morocco. This paves the way for the company to pursue its gas development plans.
Chariot has begun drilling a well offshore Morocco, on the Anchois gas field, with the Stena Don drilling rig.
Chariot has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on a major green hydrogen project with the government of Mauritania.
The future of gas supplies from Algeria to Spain, via Morocco, remains unclear following a diplomatic spat.
Chariot Oil & Gas is covered for its near-term work commitments but to step ahead it must sign up partners for its various projects.
The Saipem 12000 drillship is on its way to drill the RD-1 well in Morocco.
Chariot Oil & Gas said it has decided not to enter into the first renewal phase of the C-19 licence in Mauritania.
Chariot Oil & Gas said it plans to reduce its headcount by a third as it looks to make cost savings.
Chariot Oil & Gas has signed a farm-out agreement with Eni for the company to acquire a 40% interest in return for a capped carry on drilling the JP-1 prospect.