Hyperdynamics blasts Guinea force majeure call

Force majeure: Hyperdynamics not happy with partner's call of Guinea

West Africa-focused Hyperdynamics saw its New York-listed shares rise after it blasted partner Tullow Oil's decision to declare force majeure and suspend drilling off the coast of Guinea.

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