Maka Central discovery needs at least 210 million boe recoverable resources to be economical

Maka Central Discovery Needs at Least 210 Million boe Recoverable Resources to be Economical


The Maka Central discovery has the potential to bring more than US$50m in revenue per year to the Surinamese Government, if it sees similar success to Guyana’s Stabrook, according to leading data and analytics company GlobalData. Gregory Bosunga, Oil and Gas Analyst at GlobalData, comments: “Due to a lack of…

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