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addax

a North African antelope with long, ribbed, spiral horns. Called also Addax nasomaculatus.
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66m and II has been directed to return 3,111,111 shares in Addax Bank," the company said.
Addax sources have previously denied Gabon's accusations although a spokesperson for the company declined to comment for this story.
The baby addax was born on September 18 and has been doing well.
Through the acquisition of Addax, Sinopec would be able to improve its resources base; further optimize its overseas oil and gas assets structure; expedite its overseas oil and gas exploration and development, and enhance China's safe and stable crude supply.
Addax was one of three companies, including Genel Enerji of Turkey, which in early June began producing the first 100,000 b/d of crude oil.
The Addax deal will give Sinopec a strong foothold in oil-rich West Africa and Iraqi Kurdistan and a steady supply of oil for its refining operations.
Through the acquisition of Addax, Sinopec would be able to improve its resources base; further optimise its overseas oil and gas assets structure; expedite its overseas oil and gas exploration and development, and enhance China's safe and stable crude supply.
The capital increase is the latest in a series of achievements which Addax has realised.
The JDA has also approved Addax Petroleum's replacement of Pioneer Energy Resources in Block 3.
The Offer is subject to a number of conditions including valid acceptances by holders of not less than 66 2/3 per cent of Addax Petroleum shares on a fully diluted basis.
International Finance Corporation (IFC), member of the World Bank Group, will make a $14 million investment in Bahrain-based Addax Bank's associate company First Education Holding (FEH), the bank announced on Monday.
MANAMA: Bahrain-based Addax Bank was given the go-ahead by Saudi Arabia's Capital Market Authority to set up a subsidiary.