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Frontier Welcomes Chariot Oil & Gas as Corporate Members of the Network

14th January 2021

Chariot joins the exclusive Frontier Energy Network for leading companies in the energy sector

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Frontier has been running a senior high level network in the energy industry for over a decade and the formalising of membership was a natural step where we focus and engage with companies and individuals within our inner circle. Membership is exclusive and Chariot Oil & Gas is the embodiment of the forward-thinking, independent company that we enjoy working with. We are delighted to welcome them as Corporate Members this week.
 
Chariot is a company with vision and is determined to stay relevant and play it’s part in the energy transition as gas becomes an important part of the toolbox for building a bridge to net zero. In a recent interview with Upstream, Chariot Chief Executive, Adonis Pouroulis, says gas could help growing developing countries switch to cleaner power — and insists small players have a place in the 'transition space'.  Pouroulis cites that the big opportunity now lies in the company that can adapt to a new reality.

Chariot has a presence in Morocco, Namibia and Brazil and Pouroulis has set his team a new challenge, to remain relevant as an energy company, adapt to the new environment and engage in energy transition. Chariot is optimistic about Morocco’s gas potential, where the company operates the Lixus block and has the Anchois field. Chariot acquired this new acreage last year and had re-interpreted the existing 3D seismic and are feeling optimistic about the potential. An appraisal well is on the horizon. The gas could be routed to the Maghreb-Europe pipeline for export but Pouroulis says the primary destination should be Morocco’s national power grid, which currently relies heavily on coal.

Chariot will be talking at Frontier’s upcoming North Africa & Mediterranean E&P Summit sponsored by ONHYM, TGS and Core Lab, taking place on the 28th January 2021 and we look forward to hearing from Duncan Wallace, Technical Director of Chariot on Maturing a Material Gas Opportunity, Offshore Morocco and from Pierre Raillard, Morocco Country Director who will be joining the North Africa Gas Forum alongside Sound Energy and Dana Gas.