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Sam Malin (born 29 September 1963) is a Canadian businessman based in Madagascarmarker. Malin founded Madagascar Oil in 2004 with Alan Bond, Robert Nelson, and Michael Smith. Malin is the originator of the company's projects: the development of giant onshore heavy oil fields (Bemolanga and Tsimiroro) and exploration for onshore conventional oil and gas in Madagascar with which he was first involved in 1994. He is also the founder of Red Island Minerals, which is developing coal resources in southwestern Madagascar. In 2006, Malin founded the Avana group of companies which cover oil and gas, uranium, jatropha and pongamia, gold, mica and graphite, and properties projects in the western Indian Oceanmarker region.

After graduating in Applied Geophysics from Queen’s Universitymarker, Canada, Malin joined Dome Petroleum as a geophysicist. He later undertook post graduate studies at Cambridge Universitymarker in England before joining the Energy Group of international consultants Arthur D. Little in London. Since then, Malin has worked for Standard & Poor's DRI and has carried out a variety of advisory and analytical roles under a number of EU energy sector programmes.

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Official website of Madagascar Oil

Source link - Consensia website

Publications

Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 2003; 44(11):4762-71 (ISSN 0146-0404)[339958]

Chapter on "Exploration and Production of Crude Oil and Natural Gas", in Panorama of EC Industry, Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, Luxembourg, 1993. OCLC: 19060217. [339959]

Chapter on "Trends in Japanese Refining", in Leading Developments in the Product Tanker Market, Published by Lloyd’s of London Press Ltd., 1992.

Chapters on "Solid Fuels" (Coal) and "Exploration and Production of Crude Oil and Natural Gas", in Panorama of EC Industry, Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, Luxembourg, 1992. OCLC: 19060217. [339960]


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