DNO resumes production from Yemen blocks

DNO Yemen AS, a DNO ASA subsidiary, has resumed oil production from Block 32 Howarime and Block 43 South Howarime in Yemen.

The company in late June issued force majeure notices to the Ministry of Oil and Minerals after labor unions started unilateral actions leading to work stoppages on the blocks, halting production totaling 3,400 b/d of oil gross (OGJ Online, June 24, 2014).

DNO, operator of both blocks, holds 38.95% interest in Block 32 and 56.67% interest in Block 43.

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