Jordan inks shale oil distillation, oil exploration deals
- Jordan: Monday, March 04 - 2013 at 06:23
The Jordanian government has announced the signing of two oil exploration contracts, Jordan Times has reported. The first concession deal was awarded to Saudi Arabian Oil Shale Co for the distillation of shale oil in the Atarat Umm Ghadran area. Korea Global Energy Corp won the second contract for oil exploration in the Dead Sea and Wadi Araba areas. The cabinet also said a committee will be formed to promote areas in southern Jordan for oil exploration in cooperation with the Natural Resources Authority.
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