In a statement, the oil and gas exploration and production company with operations in
It said it had received a number of expressions of interest about buying some or all of its interests in the Bualuang and Kerendan fields, but also a "small number" of approaches about a potential offer for the whole company.
"Accordingly, the company has engaged with a number of these interested parties with a view to conducting a review of the company's options, including a potential sale of the company," Savannah said in a statement.
It said it expects the review to be concluded in "coming weeks", although it cautioned that there is no certainty that any offers will be made or sales concluded.
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