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Investor Update: Westminster Group chosen as partner for Ghana port contract

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Chariot Oil & Gas (LON:CHAR) says a  development study for its Anchois Field, offshore Morocco, has shown it to be technically feasible. Development options include a "subsea-to-shore" concept connecting to existing onshore infrastructure.

Ethernity Networks (LON:ENET) has been chosen by FiberHome - one of China’s leading optical network equipment groups - to provide its next generation of smart data processing modules.  Fiberhome is a supplier to huge telecoms groups such as China Telecom and China Unicom that have tens of millions of customers.

Westminster Group PLC (LON:WSG) has been chosen to be the technical partner to a major upgrade of the port at Tema in Ghana. Final terms are set to be agreed with Ghanaian partner Scanport and the port operator Meridian within 30 days. Westminster added it expects 2019 revenues to be significantly ahead of 2018 even without this contract.

Hurricane Energy (LON:HUR) has notched up its first revenues from oil produced at the Lancaster field in the West of Shetland continental shelf.

Heathrow intends to reroute rivers and divert the M25 as part of its ‘masterplan’ to build a third runway at the airport.  The plan is to build the runway by 2026 and then add in the infrastructure, with the whole project scheduled to be completed by 2050.

AstraZeneca and Merck have received European Commission approval for their Lynparza treatment for use as a 1st-line maintenance for the most common form of ovarian cancer. In a recent trial, Lynparza cut the relapse rate within three years of chemotherapy by 70%.

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