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NAMCOR and Reconafrica Seek To Unlock the Vast Resource Potential, Sign JOA Partnership in Namibia

The National Petroleum Corporation of Namibia (NAMCOR) and Reconnaissance Energy Africa Ltd. (the (ReconAfrica) have  announced the execution of a Joint Operating Agreement (“JOA”) to develop the resource potential of the Kavango Sedimentary Basin, Northeast Namibia.  Under the agreement, the two companies will jointly pursue an ongoing petroleum exploration program in the Kavango East and […]

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ReconAfrica Namibia confirms working petroleum system in Kavango Basin, gives report on ESG

Reconnaissance Energy Africa has announced that the Company has set intermediate casing and geologic results in the first section of the second well (6-1), which again confirms a working petroleum system in the Kavango Sedimentary Basin. The Company has also in its reports stated that it is strengthening its Environment, Social & Governance (ESG) standard […]

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Africa Energy Resumes Venus-1 Exploration Well Drilling Campaign by end of Q4 2021 offshore Namibia

Africa Energy with operating 30.9% shareholding interest in Impact Oil & Gas has exposure to the Venus-1 exploration well in Block 2913B, offshore Namibia which is expected to spud by the end 2021. Venus-1 will target a large basin floor fan system with significant undiscovered petroleum initially in place that has been identified using 3D seismic data. Africa […]

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Reconafrica Resumes Drilling Second Well Campaign in Kavango Basin Offshore Namibia

Reconnaissance Energy Africa has announced spudding the second well (6-1) in the Kavango Basin in the Kalahari Desert of North East Namibia. Operations With the first string of casing set and cemented in the 6-1 well, the Company owned and operated 1000 HP rig (Jarvie-1) is drilling ahead to a target depth of 3,800 meters […]

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ReconAfrica’s First of Three Wells Confirms a Working Petroleum System in the Kavango Basin, Namibia.

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada – Ministry of Mines and Energy and Reconnaissance Energy Africa Ltd have announced preliminary analysis of the data from the 6-2 well, the first of a three well drilling program, provides clear evidence of a working conventional petroleum system in the Kavango Basin. First Drill Site (6-2 well) The well sample […]

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ReconAfrica Reports an impressive Drilling Program in the deep Kavango Basin, Namibia

Reconnaissance Energy Africa has revealed a successful drilling campaign program following its operational and corporate updates on its activities in the deep kavango basin offshore Namibia. Operations In accordance with its contractual obligation to the Ministry of Mines and Energy, ReconAfrica has achieved total depth on the 6-2 well, the first well of a three […]

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Reconafrica Releases Drilling Update off Namibian Basin, Among TSX Venture 50 Top Performing Energy Company 2021

Drilling Operations   As announced on January 11, 2021, the Company commenced drilling operations on the first well (6-2), of an initial three well program to evaluate potential hydrocarbon systems in one of five major sub-basins of the larger, more laterally extensive, deep Kavango basin.   Having set and cemented 17 ½” surface casing mid-January, […]

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ReconAfrica Resumes 450 km 2D Seismic Program in Kavango Basin off Namibia

Reconnaissance Energy Africa has announced that it has commenced the permitting process for the acquisition of 450 kilometers of 2D seismic data in the deep Kavango Basin in the Kalahari Desert of North East Namibia. To execute the program, the Company has contracted Polaris Natural Resources Inc,based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. As a result of a […]

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BW Energy Signs Kudu Farm-In Agreement Offshore Namibia

BW Kudu Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of BW Energy Limited and the National Petroleum Corporation of Namibia (NAMCOR) has signed a Farm-In and Carry Agreement. The agreement increases BW Kudu’s working interest in the Kudu license offshore Namibia from 56% to 95% in line with previously disclosed intentions. NAMCOR will retain the remaining 5% […]

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ReconAfrica kicks-off Kavango Basin Drilling Program off Namibia

Reconnaissance Energy Africa has announced its commencement of drilling operations on the first well (6-2), of an initial three well program, in the deep Kavango Basin in the Kalahari Desert of North East Namibia.   Drilling Operations are being carried out with the Company owned and operated 1,000 HP rig (Jarvie-1), we are now drilling […]

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