Oil, Gas and Consumable Fuels
Company Overview of Apco Oil & Gas International Inc.
Apco Oil and Gas International Inc. explores and produces for oil and gas in South America. Its producing operations are located in the Neuquén, Austral, San Jorge, and Northwest basins in Argentina; and in the Llanos basin in Colombia. The company also has exploration activities in Argentina and Colombia. As of December 31, 2013, it had interests in nine oil and gas producing concessions and two exploration permits in Argentina; and three exploration and production contracts in Colombia. The company was formerly known as Apco Argentina Inc. and changed its name to Apco Oil and Gas International Inc. in July 2009. Apco Oil and Gas International Inc. was founded in 1970 and is headquartered i...
One Williams Center
Tulsa, OK 74172
Founded in 1970
Key Executives for Apco Oil & Gas International Inc.
Chief Executive Officer and Inside Director
President and Chief Operating Officer
Chief Financial Officer, Chief Accounting Officer and Controller
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Apco Oil & Gas International Inc. Key Developments
Apco Oil & Gas International Inc.(NasdaqCM:APAG.F) dropped from NASDAQ Composite Index
Jan 29 15
Apco Oil & Gas International Inc. will be removed from NASDAQ Composite Index.
Apco Oil & Gas International Inc., Special/Extraordinary Shareholders Meeting, Jan 26, 2015
Jan 26 15
Apco Oil & Gas International Inc., Special/Extraordinary Shareholders Meeting, Jan 26, 2015. Agenda: To consider the proposal of the announced merger agreement.
Apco Obtains Concession Extension in Argentina
Jan 6 15
Apco Oil and Gas International Inc. announced that the Argentine province of Rio Negro has agreed to extend the concession term for the company's operation in the Entre Lomas concession for 10 years. The Entre Lomas concession is extended to January 21, 2026. Under the extension, Apco will pay a net bonus of $7.9 million in January 2015 and spend approximately $57.6 million for exploitation, exploration and public works commitments during the remainder of the concession term. In addition, the provincial production tax increases was increased from the current level of 12% to 15% beginning January 2015.
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