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UPDATE African searches for oil and gas hydrocarbons...

Follow through information 2022

Despite me chasing up legally as you can see below, stated in the solicitors letters, I have now had to resort again to inform you that ANE have still failed to honour the contract between myself and ANE which was agreed and signed in 2014. Please see a copy of the contract below. Even though there have been promises since 2014 drilling has still not taken place to date.

Namibian Oil Contract pg 1

Namibian Oil Contract pg 2

These two letters I am showing you below relates to what I have had to resort to with this company regarding payment for my services. The sad thing is I still believe there is still oil & gas out there as I did get good reactions when I was out there in 2014.

S- Larkin Reference

Solicitors Letter

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The photographs above are of a potential great success of oil & gas in Eastern Namibia which has only come about because I informed the company that there was a greater potential of oil & gas than in Western Namibia. My first exploration for oil & gas was in South Africa with a South African Company where we did an airborne flight search comparing this with my research methods. We also did further searches in Western Namibia and I predicted that there would be oil & gas as you will see from the letter below confirming the airborne flights and what my predictions where that the both types searches tied in together. This company amalgamated with another South African Oil Company for which they asked me to do further research for them. I did further searches remotely in Namibia for them which I found further oil & gas locations in Eastern Namibia which turned out again to be greater and better volumes than in the ones I predicted previously in Western Namibia. The letter below relates to my methods of working and Airborne flights which were taken in Western Namibia 2009/10 which confirms the reason why companies should use my services in locating oil & gas around the world.

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I have been doing this type of remote map surveying since 1993 with great success as proven by the reference shown from the large oil company Chevron dated 1993.

For many years I have always had contracts between myself and various companies. At the beginning some companies were good i.e. Chevron and Hurricane which is a British owned company that I worked for but as time has gone by I have been let down too many times by companies who once they have had the information they fail to pay for what is owed to me according to the contract that they signed as you will see from the Solicitors letter sent in 2019 to an oil company. So I have now decided that I would continue to do my remote surveying work for companies or individuals around the world but without contracts tying in either side it will be just a straight fee paid at the time from the clients for the work I do for them as this way I am sure of receiving my fee.


Samples were sent to a specialist laboratory in the US to be analysed for the presence of hydrocarbons. A geologist, chose a specialist drilling company for their environmentally proven track record.

The bore hole was drilled to a reasonable depth and samples were taken every few meters.

Multiple water samples were taken for testing to see if whether the water was safe to drink and the rest sent for separate analysis to another laboratory in the US.

The soil and rock samples were taken at every few metres , which were also sent for analysis. These samples are being tested for evidence of hydrocarbons and are invaluable in building up a picture of the shallow sub surface geology of the site.

Over 1,000 samples from all over the concession were taken on my visit in 2013. These provided early evidence that a petroleum system does exist below ground in this region. The importance of this particular location is that many farmers have reported a seepage of oil in their water wells.

The first set of results were received early in 2019 and surprisingly they were positive. It was found that a vast number of small settlements contained both a condensate layer and a medium crude layer of oil.

There is evidence of oil in the samples taken from the location sites and the next step was to start treating the samples as the oil appears and get a laboratory to test the samples to see
what kind of oil is there and where the oil is coming from. The results of the laboratory tests were very favourable and evidence of onshore liquid hydrocarbons in Namibia was duly proven by the laboratories. The evidence was encouraged by the fact that there were signatures of two distinct hydrocarbon stratas which was vital new evidence supporting my predictions.

The latest evidence that is supportive of the existence of hydrocarbons where it is placed near a fluvial dominated faulting system with the satellite signatures, radiometric evidence, aeromagnetic evidence and now four levels of geochemical evidence which also confirmed my predictions.

Update for 2017

Latest Update December 2017 on the Namibia Project – The oil price has not been sufficient for the investors to invest further at this moment in time as it depends on supply and demand in this industry which is a shame because everything that was possible has been done like the airbourne flights have been undertaken including ground samples taken and tested in the USA which all confirms that hydrocarbons were found in the ground in those areas which I had previously surveyed for the Company. These particular oil & gas fields if they were drilled would have transformed Namibia and its financial situation in Africa. We will just have to see if drilling will take place in 2018 or not, I will keep you posted.

Latest update for December 2017 is that unfortunately because of the fall in price for oil & gas this project is not going to go ahead and that the Licence has now expired this covers five potential oil & gas fields which had airbourne surveys done a few years ago which backed up and confirmed that there were hydrocarbon deposits in these areas so these are also up for purchasing the licence by someone who is interested in locating and raising the grants.

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.........


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’.





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