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February 19, 2014
08:14 EDTNBLNoble Energy agrees to sell Tamar gas to multiple customers in Jordan
Noble Energy announced the signing of a gas sales agreement between NBL Eastern Mediterranean Marketing, the Arab Potash Company, and the Jordan Bromine Company, both of which are located in Amman, Jordan. Under terms of the agreement, Noble Energy will supply natural gas from the Tamar field, offshore Israel, to Arab Potash and Jordan Bromine for use in their facilities near the Dead Sea. Natural gas sales are anticipated to commence in 2016, once minimal required pipeline infrastructure has been completed. The agreement is for an initial term of 15 years and a total gross contract quantity of approximately 66 billion cubic feet of natural gas. The price for the natural gas sold will be based on a floor price of at least $6.50 per thousand cubic feet of natural gas with upside linked to Brent crude oil prices. Gross revenues are estimated at $500M, with actual sales dependent on final purchased quantities and oil prices at the time of sale. Finalization of the purchase and sales agreement is subject to necessary and customary conditions and regulatory approvals.
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August 15, 2014
10:10 EDTNBLNoble Energy announces Bright exploration results in Gulf of Mexico
Noble Energy announced that the Bright exploration well in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico reached the targeted Upper and Middle Miocene objectives and did not encounter hydrocarbons. Drilled to a total depth of 13,500 feet on Atwater Valley 362, the well has been plugged and abandoned. Full well assessment and the integration of drilling results into the Company's geologic models is ongoing to determine forward exploration plans on the recently acquired Atwater Valley acreage. BP Exploration & Production operated the well with 50% working interest and Noble Energy had the remaining 50%. The company expects third quarter 2014 exploration expense to remain within guidance of $150M-$250M.

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