Victoria Oil & Gas announces operational break-even achieved in Cameroon

February 2014
World Energy News;2/21/2014, p15
The article reports on the average amount of gas supplied by Victoria Oil & Gas' subsidiary Gaz du Cameroun to customers in February 2014. Topics discussed include the reason behind the increased production rate and the new customers secured by the subsidiary. Also included are the insights of chairman Kevin Foo on the issue.


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