Reliance Signs Production Sharing Pact For Offshore Blocks In Myanmar
MUMBAI, March 31 (Reuters) - Indian oil and gas major Reliance Industries said on Tuesday it had signed an agreement with Myanmar for a production sharing contract for two offshore blocks.
Reliance will be the operator of the blocks with a 96 percent participating interest while United National Resources Development Services Co. Ltd, a Myanmar company, will hold the remaining stake.
Reliance said in a statement its participation was in line with its strategy to expand its international asset base by investing in attractive oil and gas destinations.
(Reporting by Suvashree Dey Choudhury; Editing by Mark Potter)
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