Moscow. June 8. INTERFAX.RU – the Federal Antimonopoly service (FAS) satisfied the petition of “LUKOIL-Western Siberia” (the structure of LUKOIL ) on the acquisition of 99.999% of the Charter capital of “Chumpasneftedobycha” (Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug-Yugra, Nizhnevartovsk), is spoken in the message of Department.
According to base “SPARK-Interfax”, “Chumpasneftedobycha” with a production volume of 21 thousand tons of oil per year, belongs to “Petroleum geological company”, which is owned by Heritage Oil & Gas Holdings, registered in the Bahamas.
According to the information on the website of Heritage Oil Plc, in 2014 the company for $1.55 billion acquired Energy Investments Global, controlled by Al Mirqab Capital SPC.
From the documents of the company that, Al Mirqab Capital SPC (Doha) belongs to Sheikh Hamad bin yassim al-Thani (Hamad Bin Jassim Bin Jabor Al Thani) and his family, he also heads the structure. Hamad al-Thani has significant investments, particularly in Qatar, Europe and the United States, concentrated mostly in the banking and financial activities, real estate, hospitality, industry, energy, consumer and retail sectors. Sheikh al-Thani from 2007 to 2013, he occupied the post of Prime Minister of Qatar from 1992 to 2013 he was Minister of foreign Affairs of Qatar, he also held the position of Executive Director and Chairman of the sovereign Fund of Qatar, QIA.
“Chumpasneftedobycha” owns a license for development of West Conastoga field in the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous district with reserves of category 2P in the amount of 65 million barrels (about 9 million tons). The main production asset of Heritage Oil is the license on block OML 30 in Nigeria. In addition, Heritage Oil produces hydrocarbons in Libya, conducts exploration in Papua New Guinea, Malta, and Tanzania, Ghana.
“LUKOIL-Western Siberia” works for Compasscom field.
Currently, a parity JV QIA and Glencore is the owner of 19.5% of “Rosneft”. QIA as part of acquisition of the package invested 2.5 billion euros of its own funds, Glencore – 300 million euros, and the rest was provided by banks.