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Project Overview

Project summary
The project intends to develop the oil fields at Doba in southern Chad (at a cost of US$1.5 billion) and construct a 1,070 km pipeline to offshore oil-loading facilities on Cameroon's Atlantic coast (US$2.2 billion). The sponsors are ExxonMobil of the U.S. (the operator, with 40% of the private equity), Petronas of Malaysia (35%), and ChevronTexaco of the U.S. (25%). The project could result in nearly US$2 billion in revenues for Chad (averaging US$80 million per year) and US$500 million for Cameroon (averaging US$20 million per year) over the 25-year production period.

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Last updated: January 2006


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