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Cablegate: Imi: Third Major Oil Bid in Yemen

This record is a partial extract of the original cable. The full text of the original cable is not available.

UNCLAS SANAA 002481

SIPDIS

RIYADH - PASS TO FCS NANCY CHARLES-PARKER. JEDDAH - PASS TO
FCS AND ATO. USDOC - PASS TO YEMEN DESK OFFICER TYLER
HOFFMAN.

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: ECON YM ECON COM ENERGY
SUBJECT: IMI: THIRD MAJOR OIL BID IN YEMEN

1. The Ministry of Oil and Minerals of the Republic of Yemen
is inviting international oil companies to bid for the
exploration and production opportunities on 14 open oil
blocks.

2. The contract model to be used is a Production Sharing
Agreement (PSA).

3. All interested oil companies must submit, with their
request for the exploration and production in any of the 14
blocks, the following documents:

A. Company profile
B. Technical and financial reports for the last two
years
C. Latest audit report

4. For further information about the blocks, please click on
http://www.pepa.com.ye/thirdbid.htm

5. The deadline for submitting applications is January 04,
2006.

6. Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information
by contacting:

Dr. Rasheed Baraba,a
Minister of Oil and Minerals
P.O. Box 7196, Sanaa
The Republic of Yemen
Tel: 00967-4-442630 or 444741 or 444473
Fax: 00967-1-442632 or 444742
E-mail: pepa-expo.com@y.net.ye
Krajeski

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