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Frontier eyes Block 38 drills onshore Oman

08th January 2015

Frontier Resources has identified a large structure in Oman that may be suitable for drilling without further seismic work

Frontier Resources has identified a large structure in Oman that may be suitable for drilling without further seismic work
Frontier is also actively engaged in seeking industry partners to participate in Oman Block 38 and comments that there has been a good response to date from potentially interested parties

The company has identified several leads, one of which may have sufficient seismic coverage to be considered suitable for drilling, while interpreting available legacy 2D seismic data, both original and re-processed.

The leads are in Frontier's 100 per cent owned Block 38 in the Rub Al Khali Basin of southwest Oman, which covers a surface area of approximately 17,425 square kilometres. An Exploration and Production Sharing Agreement (EPSA) for the block was signed on 25 November 2012 and Frontier is the operator.

Frontier is also actively engaged in seeking industry partners to participate in Oman Block 38 and comments that there has been a good response to date from potentially interested parties.

 

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