The North West El Amal Offshore concession is located in the central part of the Gulf of Suez, approximately 42km south of Ras Gharib Neptune plans to drill one exploration well in the first phase of the project. (Credit: Freeimages/QR9iudjz0) Neptune Energy has secured an exploration licence from the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation (EGPC) for the North West El Amal offshore concession.Located in the central part of the Gulf of Suez, approximately 42km south of Ras Gharib and 105km north of Hurghada, the North West El Amal Offshore concession is spread over an area of 365km².Neptune CEO Jim House said: “Our strategy is to invest and grow our presence in Egypt which is an important market for Neptune. We are committed to strengthening our presence in North Africa through exploration and production activities.“This is another important step for Neptune in the region and we’re pleased to build on our strong relationships with our partners and with the Ministry.”Neptune to drill one exploration well in phase oneUpon acquiring 100km² of 3D seismic data, Neptune plans to drill one exploration well in the first phase of the project followed by two more wells in phase two.Neptune Egypt managing director Gamal Kassem said: “The Gulf of Suez provides many promising prospects and we look forward to working closely with EGPC to grow Neptune’s business in Egypt.”In December 2019, Neptune Energy subsidiary Neptune Energy East Sepinggan purchased a 20% interest in the East Sepinggan area production sharing contract (PSC) located offshore Indonesia from Italian oil and gas company Eni.The deal also involved the acquisition of a 30% stake in the East Ganal production sharing contract (PSC) located offshore Indonesia by Neptune Energy from Eni.Eni will continue to serve as the operator of the East Sepinggan area with 65% interest while PT Pertamina Hulu Energi East Sepinggan and Neptune Energy East Sepinggan will own 15% and 20% stakes respectively.Located offshore East Kalimantan in Indonesia, the East Sepinggan area includes Merakes development and the Merakes East gas discovery.The Merakes field project involves drilling and construction of six subsea wells in 1,500m water depth. It is being developed as a subsea tie-back to the Jangkrik floating production unit.
Roque apologized for the confusion as he admitted that Duque did not inform President Rodrigo Duterte about his interpretation regarding a second wave of infections.“Nagpapaumanhin po kami kung kayo ay naalarma pero ang katunayan po ang siyensya naman po at importante ang pagbasa sa mga waves para alam natin ang gagawin na response,” Roque said.Duque said during a Senate inquiry on Wednesday that the COVID-19 situation that the country is already experiencing the second wave of COVID-19 cases, following the first wave in January that was composed of three Chinese nationals.He warned that a third wave of COVID-19 transmission would be the “worst case scenario” for Metro Manila if it will be placed under general community quarantine without enough testing.Aside from Roque, Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea and Department of Interior and Local Government Secretary Eduardo Año have also expressed opposition with Duque’s interpretation./PN Dr. Beverly Ho, director of the DOH Promotion and Communications Service, conveyed the agency’s apology following the confusion caused by the statement of Duque to the senators in a Senate hearing on Wednesday. “Tayo po ngayon ay nasa first wave,” Roque said in a virtual press conference. “Napakaliit naman ng tatlong kaso para maging isang wave. Sabihin nating hindi siya nagkamali, pero nagkaroon ng ibang opinyon.” Duque’s interpretation was supported by epidemiologist John Wong, a member of the sub-technical working group on data analytics of the Inter-Agency Task Force on COVID-19. His analysis, however, was contested by many, including Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque, who said earlier yesterday that the first three cases of COVID-19 in the country last January cannot be considered a wave. The Philippines is still in the first wave of the COVID-19 outbreak, Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque said Thursday, refuting Health Secretary Francisco Duque III. The Philippines is still in the first wave of the COVID-19 outbreak, Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque said Thursday, refuting Health Secretary Francisco Duque III. AP/PCOO Duque told the senators the other day that the COVID-19 situation in the country is already on second wave as what considered as the first wave was the three cases of Chinese national from Wuhan in January. “We apologize for the confusion that this has caused but we hope that this does not in any way distract us from what we really need to do to change the course of this pandemic,” she added. “The DOH confirms that yes we are (still) on the first wave of COVID-19 epidemic driven by a local community transmission,” Ho said in a virtual press conference on Thursday afternoon. MANILA – The Department of Health (DOH) took back what its chief Secretary Francisco Duque III earlier declared as it agreed that the Philippines remains is still dealing with the first wave of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak.
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