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No quick fix for Tullow

The embattled producer warns of another year of sluggish production and project hold-ups

Anglo-Irish independent Tullow Oil has downplayed hopes that the new year could signal swift rejuvenation—after its 2019 annus horribilis where a series of production downgrades, potentially uncommercial discoveries offshore Guyana and continuing delays to key African projects drove the firm’s share price down by over 80pc, the largest nose-dive in the company’s history. Full-year 2020 output is projected at around 75,000bl/d oe, a drop of almost 10,000bl/d oe from current full-year 2019 figures, according to the firm’s latest operational update. And production forecasts had already fallen behind previous projections. Back in 2018, the firm promised net output of around 100,000bl/d oe net f



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