Chariot O&G to Commence Seismic Interpretation Offshore Namibia
Chariot O&G has received the processed 3D seismic information in both time and depth for the Northern and Southern blocks following the extensive acquisition programs that were completed across these licenses offshore Namibia.
As previously noted, the 3D seismic programs were part of the largest exploration program undertaken offshore Namibia to date, totaling 4,500km² and the breakdown across each block is summarized below:
- 1811 A & B (Northern Blocks) - 1,500km²
- 2714 A & B (Southern Blocks) - 3,000km²
Having received this information, which is now available for review in Chariot's dataroom in London, the Company will commence mapping and interpretation of the data across each block of interest in order to further define targets for drilling.
Paul Welch, CEO commented, "This is a significant step forward for us in our exploration efforts. The quality of the data set is excellent, and has exceeded our expectations. This data will allow us to more accurately determine the volumes in all our prospects while significantly enhancing the potential for a successful drilling campaign - the next step in our exploration program. We look forward to showing this to prospective partners when they visit us over the coming weeks."
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