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Global Petroleum Limited Provides An Update On Its Operations In Namibia And Italy

Namibia On 25 April 2022 the Company announced that that the Namibian authorities had granted a one year extension to the Initial Exploration Period of PEL 94 until September 2023, also making the observation that the Venus and Graff discoveries heralded a major new petroleum province in Namibia. Global now notes the confirmation by TotalEnergies […]

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Reconafrica Done With Seismic, Set To Spud The First Well In Kavango Basin Offshore Namibia

Reconnaissance Energy Africa Ltd and its joint venture partner NAMCOR (the state oil company of Namibia) have announced completion of the second phase of seismic (761 km) and commencement of the first seismically defined, initial four well drilling program with the first well 1819/8-2 (“8-2”) scheduled to spud on or before June 25, 2022. Seismic  Operations The joint […]

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Pancontinental PEL 87 Operational Licence Extends By Another Year, Namibia

Pancontinental Energy has announced that its wholly owned subsidiary Pancontinental Orange Pty Ltd has received a fully signed document extending the current Initial Exploration Period of offshore Namibian Petroleum Exploration Licence 87 (PEL 87) by one year, until 23 January 2023. Following the Initial Exploration Period, there are provisions in the PEL 87 Petroleum Agreement […]

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Cloudbreak To Participate In Oil And Gas Exploration In Namibia

Cloudbreak Discovery PLC has announced that it has entered into a Mineral Application Cooperation Agreement (MACA) with Gondwana Petroleum Namibia Pty Ltd, Timeworn Investments Pty Ltd, Pioneer Oil and Gas Consulting CC and a Swiss Based Asset Manager (SBAM). The purpose of the MACA is to jointly work towards submission of an application to acquire […]

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Kavango Basin Exploration Update Highlights Multiple Drilling Prospets And New Play Types

Reconnaissance Energy Africa  hasprovided an exploration update for the Kavango Basin in NE Namibia and NW Botswana, highlighting multiple drilling prospects and new play types following the integrated analysis of the two stratigraphic test wells and first phase of 2D seismic. The initial exploration and development is being conducted in the first of five sub-basins within […]

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AFRICA OIL AND PARTNERS HIT MAJOR LIGHT OIL DISCOVERY OFFSHORE NAMIBIA

Africa Oil and TotalEnergies {operator}have announced major light oil discovery in Block 2913B, offshore Namibia. Africa Oil has an indirect interest in this block through a 30.9% shareholding in its investee company Impact Oil & Gas Limited with a 20% working interest in the block. “TotalEnergies has made a significant discovery of light oil with associated gas […]

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Global Affirms Significant Oil In Graff-1 Well Offshore Namibia

Global Petroleum has acknowledged the announcement made recently by National Petroleum Corporation of Namibia (NAMCOR), Shell Namibia Upstream B.V. and Qatar Energy. The NAMCOR Announcement states that the Graff-1 deep-water exploration well in the Orange Basin offshore Namibia has made a discovery of light oil in both primary and secondary targets (Graff-1 discovery), and that […]

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Shell Confirms Commercial Oil And Gas Presence Offshore Namibia

Barely one month after Shell announced the company’s drilling campaign of the Graff-1 oil exploration well in Block 2913A, located in the Orange Basin, offshore Namibia, Shell in partnership with with Qatari state-owned petroleum company, QatarEnergy, and Namibia’s National Oil Company (NOC), NAMCOR have has made a significant oil and gas discovery at an closely-watched […]

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Shell spuds the Graff-1 exploration well, TotalEnergies drills Venus prospect off Namibia

Royal Dutch Shell a multinational exploration and production company as an operator in partnership with with Qatari state-owned petroleum company, QatarEnergy, and Namibia’s national oil company (NOC), Namcor have announced spudding the Graff-1 oil exploration well in Block 2913A, located in the Orange Basin, offshore Namibia. The drilling was confirmed by National Petroleum Corporation of […]

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Impact Spuds Venus-1x Exploration Well, Offshore Namibia

Africa Oil Corp. investee company Impact Oil & Gas has announced the spud of the Venus-1X offshore exploration well in Namibia Block 2913B (PEL 56). This, together with the adjacent Block 2912, are held through Impact’s wholly owned subsidiary, Impact Oil and Gas Namibia (PTY) Ltd. Both blocks are operated by TotalEnergies EP Namibia B.V.; […]

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