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Algeria awards four licences in 2014 bid round

Algeria awards four licences in 2014 bid round

Report summary

Four consortia including Repsol, Shell, Statoil, Dragon Oil and Enel have secured exploration licences in the latest Algerian bid round. The presence of Shell and Statoil will be a boost which will bring in valuable expertise, but the majority of the available blocks received no bids. Investors continue to view Algeria as a difficult place to do business and much still needs to be done by the government to change this perception.

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