Serinus Energy in Tunisia

The Company currently holds three Tunisia concessions that comprise a diverse portfolio of development and exploration assets.

The Company currently produces oil and gas in Tunisia through its various working interests in two of the three Oil & Gas Concessions.  This production can be sustained with low-risk development drilling, with significant growth opportunities over the medium to long term with high-impact near-field exploration within the Company’s additional concession areas.

CONCESSIONS

  • SABRIA 
  • CHOUECH ES SAIDA 
  • ECH CHOUECH

Serinus Energy plc (LON:SENX) is an international oil company with operations in Romania and Tunisia. The focus of the Company is to enhance shareholder value by growing oil and gas production through the efficient allocation of capital.

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