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Oil Companies Seek Advantage From Suriname Barrels

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• Suriname's abundant deepwater and shallow-water resources are spurring investments by international oil companies chasing low-carbon barrels.

• APA (formerly Apache) and TotalEnergies will soon sanction Suriname's first deepwater development with production start-up scheduled for 2025.

• Several opportunities across numerous Surinamese blocks will drive continuing near-term exploration and appraisal activity.

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