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Diplomacy with West Fuels Hopes for Syrian Oil Revival
Monday, September 14, 2009Oil-industry executives in Syria anticipate a surge of interest by international petroleum companies amid a recent thaw in the country's diplomatic relations with the West.

Khurbet East Field Production Exceeds One Million Barrels
Wednesday, November 19, 2008Gulfsands has confirmed that cumulative oil production from the Khurbet East Field in Syria's Block 26 has now exceeded one million barrels.

Gulfsands Ups U.S. Proved, Probable Reserves by 31%
Monday, April 30, 2007Gulfsands Petroleum plc on Monday issued an updated reserves study as of December 31, 2006, for its U.S. oil and gas properties.

Tanganyika Reports on Ops in Syria, Egypt
Thursday, April 19, 2007Tanganyika Oil Company Ltd. on Thursday provided an update on its operations in Syria and Egypt.

Maurel & Prom Reports Sharp Increase in Earnings
Thursday, March 29, 2007Maurel & Prom on Thursday announced its full-year results for 2006.

Tanganyika's Board Okays 2007 Capital Budget
Tuesday, December 26, 2006Tanganyika Oil Company Ltd. said that the Board of Directors has approved a $185 million capital budget for 2007.

Gulfsands Sets Casing in Tigris-1
Thursday, December 07, 2006Gulfsands Petroleum plc, the oil and gas production, exploration and development company with activities in the USA, Syria and Iraq, on Thursday issued an update on the drilling of the Tigris-1 well in Block 26, Syria.

Petro-Canada Sells Mature Syrian Production for C$676 Million
Tuesday, December 20, 2005Petro-Canada has reached an agreement to sell the company holding its producing assets in Syria to a joint venture of companies owned by ONGC and CNPC for EUR 484 million ($676 million Cdn(x)).

Devon Signs Production Sharing Agreement in Syria
Monday, June 02, 2003Devon Energy and its partner, Gulfsands Petroleum, have entered into an agreement to explore for oil and natural gas in block 26 in northeastern Syria.

Dublin International Petroleum Signs Syrian PSA
Wednesday, May 28, 2003Syrian Petroleum Company and Dublin International Petroleum of Canada have signed a production-sharing agreement whereby Dublin will develop the Ouda Field in Syria.