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Assala Gabon S.A boss discuss petroleum business with Gabon’s Prime Minister

Recently appointed to the general management of the oil company Assala Gabon SA, a subsidiary of Assala Energy, Daniel Marini was presented on October 8 to the Minister of Oil, Gas and Mines, Vincent de Paul Massassa, by his predecessor, Jean -Yves Grall. The new managing director intends to continue the development activities of the company in order to definitively establish its structure among the leaders in the field of oil exploration and exploitation in Gabon.

The new managing director of the oil company Assala Gabon SA was received on October 8 by Vincent de Paul Massassa. Daniel Marini was introduced to the Minister of Oil, Gas and Mines, by his predecessor, Jean-Yves Grall.

If he is not in unfamiliar territory, the promoted one who has already worked in the mining sector in Gabon, in particular in Moanda, within the Compagnie minière de l’Ogooué (Comilog), a subsidiary of the Eramet Group, intends to continue, or even accelerate the development of Assala Gabon’s activities.

Its ambition is to ensure that the company continues to be among the leaders in oil exploration and development in the country. “The team that came before me did a tremendous job that we must continue. The Minister was honored by the work done by the outgoing CEO and urged me to join in the same vein, ”said Daniel Marini.

The Minister of Petroleum ensures, for his part, that Gabon had frank discussions with Assala Gabon which led to the signing of several contracts. “We welcome the support given to the state, in particular this agreement to support the firefighters of Ogooué-Maritime. We hope, with the new CEO, to continue improving our relations, “said Vincent de Paul Massassa.

Assala Gabon SA, Gabonese subsidiary Assala Energy, has been operating in Gabon since 2017, following the acquisition of the assets of the Dutch group Shell. It has six operating licenses, four of which were renewed for twenty-five years at the end of last year. The company, which has also acquired three new exploration permits, is Gabon’s second-largest black gold producer.

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