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Chariot asks Halliburton for help to drill his well in Morocco

Africa-focused energy company Chariot has signed a binding letter of intent with Halliburton, one of the world’s largest oil services companies, for services on the planned “Anchovy” gas assessment well of Chariot under the Lixus license, off Morocco.

The services that Halliburton will provide to Chariot include project management, directional drilling and logging while drilling, drilling fluids materials and engineering, cementing, pumping, as well as wireline logging and logging services of drilling and coring services.

“Following the recently announced platform award, the signing marks further progress towards our planned assessment well on the Lixus license, offshore Morocco, later this year. We remain on track for drilling operations to begin in December and look forward to updating the market further as more operational milestones are reached prior to drilling,” said Adonis Pouroulis, CEO of Chariot.

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