Report summaryJordan has very few conventional oil and gas reserves and only two producing fields; the Hamzah oil field and the Risha gas field. Imports account for 97% of the countries energy requirements. The government has encouraged exploration on eleven defined blocks without success; no recent discoveries have been made. Historically Jordan has awarded blocks to small companies, with the government unable to find the success it is looking for. In 2009, it awarded BP a concession agreement to ...
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