Clontarf Energy and Petrel Resources have come to an agreement with the Ghanaian authorities over a disputed exploration licence.The row centred on a(...)

John Teeling: veteran warhorse of the Irish exploration industry. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Companies connected to John Teeling, the veteran warhorse of the Irish exploration industry, are close to sealing a peace treaty with authorities in t(...)

Clontarf has a 60 per cent stake in the Tano 2A licence while Petrel has a 30 per cent interest

Clontarf Energy has said court proceedings over its Tano 2A licence in Ghana have been temporarily adjourned and will be heard again on July 7th.In Ap(...)

The dispute concerns the alleged rowback of the Ghanian authorities on an agreement to award the Irish companies an exploration licence

Whatever fears the oil and gas industry might have about possible changes to the fiscal regime in this country, Ireland is still in short trousers whe(...)

Petrel Resource managing director David Horgan is to concentrate on the company’s dispute in Ghana. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

Managing director of Petrel Resources David Horgan is to step aside to focus on resolving a dispute in Ghana. The row with the Ghanian government co(...)

Petrel Resources chairman John Teeling. The Irish based exploration firm  has strengthened its Iraqi investment.

Irish based exploration firm Petrel Resources today said it has strengthened its Iraqi investment, by acquiring a 20 per cent shareholding in Amira Hy(...)

Irish listed exploration firm Petrel Resources has agreed to acquire a 20 per cent shareholding in Amira Hydrocarbons Wasit. Amira currently holds a 2(...)

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