Block A’s development oilfield is significantly important for company’s future business.
KrisEnergy outlines its current development and production update.
The plan to extract first drop of Cambodian-sourced oil soon, will be very unlikely.
KrisEnergy needs more time to obtain necessary financing for Cambodia Block A.
KrisEnergy to give up one of its oil blocks in Vietnam to focus on Cambodia.
Company aims to produce oil in 1Q 2020.
KrisEnergy starts the development of facilities for a wellhead platform off Cambodia.
Prime Minister Hun Sen says Cambodia is set to get its first drop of oil in 2020.
KrisEnergy to receive three months of court protection from legal action.
KrisEnergy says their 3D seismic survey in Block A concession is completed.
KrisEnergy starts a 1,200 sq km, 3D Seismic Survey at the offshore Cambodia Block A.
KrisEnergy contracts Keppel Shipyard.
The recent gains in the global price of oil will not affect plans for the development of the Apsara oilfield, according to a representative of the company that holds the rights to the area.
Projects expected to be approved before the end of the year, now equals $1.3 billion.
The government is studying a partnership with a Malaysian oil firm to explore the Block C offshore oilfield.
KrisEnergy announces a final investment decision to proceed with the Apsara oilfield.
The Cambodian government and Singapore-based oil and gas company KrisEnergy officially sign the agreement.
Singapore-based oil and gas company KrisEnergy is scheduled to sign an agreement for the extraction of petroleum from Block A.
KrisEnergy in agreement with the government allowing the groundwork for oil extraction.