: Maurel et Prom shares dive as Gabon accounts for more than half of its production


Maurel et Prom shares MAU, -19.06% slumped 12% in early Paris trade after military officials took control of Gabon. The company’s share of oil production from Gabon was 15,779 barrels per day in the first half, or 58% of total production. TotalEnergies and Perenco are among the other western oil companies with operations in the country.

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