Tullow plans busy start to 2013 drilling year
LONDON Jan 11 (Reuters) - Tullow Oil Plc, Europe's biggest independent oil and gas company, said it plans a busy start to the year for drilling news as its main African producing field, the Jubilee field in Ghana, ramps up to full capacity.
In a trading statement, Tullow also said it would write off $219 million dollars for dry holes and licence relinquishments in the second half results.
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