OIL BLOCKS FOR SALE – 2014

OML AND OPL BLOCKS AVAILABLE in EQUATORIAL GUINEA,NIGERIA,MADAGASCAR,IRELAND,NAMIBIA,IRAQ

We have a process and a new procedure introduced.
For further details kindly reach us via the mail below –

NIGERIA.
1.A petroleum company as administrative Operator of an OPL, is seeking a technical partner to continue exploration and appraisal of deep water block OPL . A 3D survey was acquired in 2005 and a discovery well was drilled two years later. A second commitment is to be drilled by November 2013.

2.An OML block, a high opportunity shallow water block which has a resource potential of one billion barrels of oil and oil equivalent. This is a huge, under-explored block in trend with giant fields, its size of 191,000 acres (773 km2) compares to 33 US Gulf or 3.5 UK North Sea blocks. Only 4 exploration wells have been drilled in the block over the last 40 years. Two drill ready amplitude supported prospects have been identified with direct analogues to that adjacent and currently producing Ejulebe Field. Twelve additional prospects and leads have been mapped. This is a low cost operating environment, 12 miles to shore with oil and gas marketing infrastructure in place.

SENEGAL. Owner is seeking a partner to continue exploration of their highly prospective block offshore Senegal. The opportunity offers access to nearly 8,000 square kilometres within the Casamance sub-basin which is the Southern part of the Mauritania-Senegal-Guinea Bissau Basin. Preliminary studies indicate mean STOIIP exceeding 1.5 bnbbl in various leads and prospects located in water

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