Turkey's TPAO Says In Talks With Exxon, OMV, MOL For Joint Oil Exploration
ISTANBUL, Feb 19 (Reuters) - Turkey is holding talks with international oil companies for joint oil exploration in Black Sea, the head of state-owned exploration firm TPAO said on Wednesday.
TPAO was in talks with U.S. oil giant Exxon, Austria's OMV and Hungary's MOL, Besim Sisman, acting general manager of TPAO told reporters.
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