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Cluff Natural Resources is a natural resources investing company listed on the AIM market on the London Stock Exchange (CLNR.L) with a high impact portfolio of operated and, following a farm-out to Shell U.K. Ltd in February 2019, non-operated exploration and appraisal assets located within the UKCS's mature hydrocarbon basins.
The Company's diversified portfolio contains near term, infrastructure focussed oil and gas exploration drilling opportunities in both the Central and Southern North Sea together with larger, high impact opportunities in new play types along the northern margin of the Southern Gas Basin.
The portfolio has a significant P50 prospective resource base in excess of 2.4 TCF (gross, gas equivalent) across a number of prospects with chances of success ranging from 9% to 49%. Following its successful farm-out of Licences P2252 and P2437 to Shell U.K. Ltd, the Company is looking forward to 3D seismic acquisition over the Pensacola prospect in the summer of 2019 and is seeking to repeat this farm-out success with its licences awarded in the 30th Offshore Licencing Round including licence P2352 which contains the Dewar oil prospect.
W Resources strategy is to build a European mining company focussed on delivering long term production of tungsten, a key strategic metal with strong market fundamentals. With five projects in Spain and Portugal, W has three tungsten projects: La Parrilla in Spain, Régua and Tarouca in Portugal; the CAA Portalegre gold/copper project in Portugal and the Monforte-Tinoca copper project in Portugal. With two large low cost tungsten mines in development, the focus is on the Fast Track development of La Parrilla and Régua.
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