Noble Energy, Edison give up on Falkland Islands offshore block

Oil companies Noble Energy and Edison have decided to relinquish their stakes in the PL001 offshore license in the Falkland Islands according to Offshore Energy Today.

Argos Resources, who released the news, had held a 100% in the PL001 block before the two companies’ farm-in back in 2015. Argos’ shares fell 30 percent following the announcement.

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Frank exchange of views over new Falklands sports facility

Chair of the Falkland Islands Overseas Games Association Mike Summers (pictured), has responded to criticism from Member of the Legislative Assembly Barry Elsby over the planning of the proposed new sports facility on the edge of Stanley.

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Mark is Sports Development Officer for the Falkland Isalnds

THE Overseas Games Association (FIOGA) has announced the appointment of Mark Nightingale  as Sports Development Officer. Mark’s principal responsibility will be to assist clubs to develop their sport, and to increase participation in sporting activities, particularly among young people.

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