Spotlight on National Oil Companies: NOCs scour the globe for increased reserves
For decades, the broad assumption in the West has been that national oil companies (NOCs) tend to operate domestic agendas and it is the international oil companies (IOCs) and independents that free-boot their way around the globe, striking deals that give them access to NOC-controlled resources, typically under production sharing agreements and contracts (PSAs and PSCs).
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