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Norwegians To Search for Oil and Gas on Land in Croatia After Searching Adriatic

oil_After undertaking seismic surveys of oil and gas reserves in Croatia’s Adriatic sea, Norwegian seismic imaging services company Spectrum Geo will start seismic surveys in continental Croatia, reveals Business daily Poslovni dnevnik

The Ministry of Economy will include an annex to the current agreement with Spectrum, which will allow the Norwegian company to explore continental Croatia. Spectrum are still conducting seismic surveys for oil and gas reserves over 1,200 kilometres of coast in the Adriatic, and are expected to conclude in March 2014. Poslovni dnevnik, report that the Croatian Ministry is keeping all details to their chest, and dates and locations have been kept under wraps.

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