Report summaryJordan has very few conventional oil and gas reserves. Hydrocarbons are produced at minimal levels from one oil field, Hamzah, and one gas field, Risha. Ninety-five per cent of the country's energy requirements are met through imports. The government has encouraged exploration on eleven defined blocks but has had limited success. Historically, blocks have been awarded to small companies and there have been no recent discoveries. Most notably, it awarded BP a concession agreement to ...
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