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Cyprus said Thursday it will go ahead with exploratory drilling for untapped oil and gas reserves off its southern shores despite Turkish demands for it to cease operations.The latest row over the island's energy search comes afer the collapse last week of UN-brokered Cyprus reunification talks in Switzerland.The divided island's energy minister said he was unperturbed by Turkey's stance.US firm Noble Energy made the first find off the southeast coast of Cyprus in 2011 in the Aphrodite field (Block 12), which is estimated to contain 127.4 billion cubic metres (4.54 trillion cubic feet) of gas.
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