Oil & Gas PROSPECTING

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UPDATE African searches for oil and gas hydrocarbons...


The latest information is that drilling has had to be delayed until sometime in 2017. Latest update will follow later in the year but in the meantime the oil price is slowly creeping up again and it may help to encourage investors to invest again in hydrocarbons worldwide. More to follow.........


UPDATE FOR 2016

My client in Namibia is getting ready to go ahead and drill several gas and also oil wells in the licensed area in 2016.

My client in South Africa is also aiming to go ahead and drill during 2016 for oil.



Autumn
2013
 
Looking for Oil in Africa
 
our oil dowsing expedition began in the bustling town of Windhoek Namibia where I stayed for a day before travelling into the bush.
 
 
wide open roads to bush
fossil evidence

We found much sedimentary rock both sandstone and limestone on our travels. This is exciting news as we now believe that there could have been a shallow sea in the search area. This helps to back up our suspicions of oil and gas fields beneath the ground. Further technical research also indicates similar conclusions in the search area. Updates will follow as the results from tests come through.

The company are at present in the process of raising funds to drill boreholes at specified locations in their licenced areas
 

 

 
   sunset over the bush 

 

 

Further updates will be added as the results of the the technical tests come through to us.

Spring 2013

Here is a summary of findings on one of the projects in Namibia confirming potential oil  and amongst the anomalies.  Many oil samples were taken of the areas and were successful bringing us a step nearer to drilling and developing the sites.

Situation Late 2012...

An airborne transient pulse survey for hydrocarbon exploration was carried out on both areas and have resulted in indications of hydrocarbons being there and they have been advised to take the next step and to develop a  seismic graph to highlight the hydrocarbons. Most of these potential sites with hydrocarbons are within areas that I have previously map surveyed and highlighted before  the airborne survey took place. I will be travelling there in due course to pin point the exact locations. A site visit is always recommended as map dowsing surveys are only ever a guide to assess any potential in a licensed area’.

 

 

 

 


J.P.Taylor. 6 Sunnyridge, Mold, Flintshire. North Wales  CH7 1RU
01352 754052        
peterjtaylor9@gmail.com
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