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Invictus Energy Provides Cabora Bassa Project Update, Zimbabwe

Invictus Energy has provided an update on the activities of its 80% owned and operated CaboraBassa Project in Zimbabwe. Seismic Campaign Update The CaboraBassa 2021 seismic survey (“CB21 Survey”) has completed 467km of data acquisition and remediation of the completed lines has commenced. The HSE performance throughout the program has been exceptional, and the project […]

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Invictus Energy Provides Cabora Bassa Project Update, Zimbabwe

Invictus Energy has  provided an update on the activities of its 80% owned and operated CaboraBassa Project in Zimbabwe. Seismic Campaign Update The CaboraBassa 2021 seismic survey (“CB21 Survey”) campaign is progressing well with 220km of data recording and 240km of layout completed to date. The data quality and density being acquired from the CB21 […]

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Kenya Oilfield Project: Africa Oil forecasts Higher Plateau Production Rate on Blocks 10BB and 13T

Africa Oil Corp. has made a recent provisional update on its operations in Kenya oilfield development project incorporating Blocks 10BB and 13T. Over the past year, Africa Oil and its JV Partners (Tullow Oil and Total Energies) have completed the redesign of the Project Oil Kenya to ensure it is technically, commercially and environmentally robust. A higher oil […]

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Tanzania Energy Ministry Extends Aminex Ruvuma Operating Licence

Aminex has declared that the Ruvuma joint venture has received an extension to its licence under the Ruvuma PSA from the Ministry of Energy of Tanzania. The operator, ARA Petroleum Tanzania Limited (“APT”)secured the extension, which is valid for two years from 15 August 2021, and allows for the completion of the following:    – […]

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Exalo signs Drilling contract with PanAfrican Tanzania

Exalo Drilling has signed a contract with PanAfrican Energy Tanzania Ltd. which is the operator on the gas field located around Songo Songo Island. This will be Exalo Drilling’s first contract in Tanzania, but the company already has years of experience in drilling operations on the African continent. The contract covers the workover of three […]

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Invictus Energy Announces Cabora Bassa Project Update Offshore Zimbabwe

 Invictus Energy Limited (“Invictus” or “the Company”), is pleased to provide an update on the activities of its 80% owned and operated Cabora Bassa Project in Zimbabwe. Seismic Campaign Update Following the award of the seismic acquisition contract to Polaris Natural Resources Inc. (“Polaris”) as announced on 21 April 2021 on the ASX platform, the […]

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Oil Development in Uganda: Tilenga and EACOP Operation Update

The projects for the development of the oil and gas resources of the Lake Albert region and the cross-border pipeline are situated in a sensitive social and environmental context that requires special measures for the environment and the rights of the local communities. The Lake Albert region in Uganda has major oil and gas resources, […]

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Kenyan Government negotiates counties land for Lokichar-Lamu oil pipeline project take-off

Petroleum and Mining CS John Munyes has announced that the land acquisition process for Kenya’s Lokichar-Lamu 824-km pipeline project is expected to be completed in December. Six counties have been identified for this process. These are: Lamu, Meru, Isiolo, Garissa, Samburu and Turkana, John Munyes has said through the Lapsset and the National Land Commission, […]

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Ugandan major Oil sector tenders ready by end of 2021

One of the King fisher oil wells at shores of Lake Albert in Buhuka-Kyangwali sub county, Kikuube District in September 2017. Government, through Petroleum Authority of Uganda, will launch key tenders for the first development phase of the construction of oil-related facilities in December 2021. The first phase will include building of a refinery, oil […]

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Total proclaims force majeure on Mozambique LNG project

French energy giant Total had suspended plans to resume construction work at Mozambique LNG and cut staffing levels to the minimum in late March after attacks on the nearby town of Palma in the north of the country. In the latest move, the company has removed all staff and declared force majeure. “Considering the evolution […]

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