Genel Energy Plc - Receipt of payment for KRI oil exports
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Genel Energy PLC
21 March 2018
21 March 2018
Genel Energy plc
Receipt of payment for KRI oil exports
Genel Energy plc ('Genel') announces that the Taq Taq partners have received a gross payment of $9.23 million from the Kurdistan Regional Government ('KRG') for oil sales during December 2017. This payment includes a downwards adjustment of $1.54 million, reconciling previous payments with PSC entitlement for the months of August to December 2017. Genel's net share of the payment is $5.08 million.
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Andrew Benbow, Head of Communications
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+44 20 7830 9700
Notes to editors:
Genel Energy is an independent oil and gas exploration and production company listed on the main market of the London Stock Exchange (LSE: GENL, LEI: 549300IVCJDWC3LR8F94). The Company, with headquarters in London and offices in Ankara and Erbil, is one of the largest London-listed independent oil producers, and is the largest holder of reserves and resources in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. Through its Miran and Bina Bawi gas fields, the Company is positioned to be a cornerstone provider of KRI gas to Turkey under the KRI-Turkey Gas Sales Agreement. Genel also continues to pursue further growth opportunities within the Middle East and Africa. For further information, please refer to www.genelenergy.com.
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