Russian oil company Lukoil will invest some $100 million (76 million euros) on oil exploration in Sierra Leone, which is luring big investments to its west African coast after several oil finds."We are going to invest $100 million in the first phase of an oil exploration venture in the first quarter of 2013," Lukoil vice-president Anatoli Katoshin told AFP after opening the company's office in the capital."We are here and we are ready to work with zeal," he said.
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