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Billion cubic feet
Barrels of oil equivalent
Barrels of oil equivalent per day
Barrels of oil per day
Caister Murdoch System
- CMS III
A group development of five satellite fields linked to CMS
Civil Society Organisation
China National Offshore Oil Corporation
Development Leadership Team
Delegation of Authority
Democratic Republic of Congo
Deferred Share Bonus Plan
Exploration and evaluation
Exploration and Appraisal
Exploration and Production
Earnings Before Interest, Tax, Depreciation and Amortisation
Environment, Health and Safety
Environmental Management System
Energy Resource Consultants
Executive Share Option Scheme
Front End Engineering and Design
Floating Production Storage and Offloading vessel
Financial Reporting Council
Financial Reporting Standard
Full Tensor Gravity Gradiometry
- FTSE 100
Equity index whose constituents are the 100 largest UK listed companies by market capitalisation
Fair Value Through Profit or Loss
Global Exploration Leadership Team
Ghana National Petroleum Corporation
Government of Uganda
Company and its subsidiary undertakings
International Accounting Standard
International Accounting Standards Board
International Financial Reporting Interpretations Committee
International Financial Reporting Standards
Information Management System
International Organization for Standardization
London Interbank Offered Rate
Lost Time Incident
LTI Frequency Rate measured in LTIs per million hours worked
Million barrels of oil
Million barrels of oil equivalent
Million standard cubic feet per day
Memorandum of Understanding
Mark To Market
Operational Readiness and Assurance
Reserves and/or resources estimates that have a 10 per cent probability of being met or exceeded
Reserves and/or resources estimates that have a 50 per cent probability of being met or exceeded
Production and Development
Pay As You Earn
Petroleum Revenue Tax
Production Sharing Contract
Performance Share Plan
Supplementary Corporation Tax
Share Incentive Plan
Senior Management Committee
Sale and Purchase Agreement
- sq km
Socially Responsible Investment
- UK GAAP
UK Generally Accepted Accounting Principles
Value Added Tax
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