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Chariot enlists SeaBird for Namibia offshore shoot

20th February 2015

Chariot Oil & Gas has announced that in conjunction with its partners AziNam (20 per cent), NAMCOR (10 per cent) and Ignitus (5 per cent), it has commenced a 2D seismic acquisition survey of approximately 1,700 kilometres in the Central Blocks 2312 and 2412A offshore Namibia, conducted by SeaBird Exploration

Chariot Oil & Gas has announced that in conjunction with its partners AziNam (20 per cent), NAMCOR (10 per cent) and Ignitus (5 per cent), it has commenced a 2D seismic acquisition survey of approximately 1,700 kilometres in the Central Blocks 2312 and 2412A offshore Namibia, conducted by SeaBird Exploration
This will enable the company to optimise the design of the location and size of the 3D seismic programme required as a commitment during this current phase of exploration

Chariot and its partners have agreed to initially carry out a 2D survey, which will infill an existing grid of data in order to gain a better understanding of the regional prospectivity of this large licence area (which covers approximately 16,800 square kilometres).

This will enable the company to optimise the design of the location and size of the 3D seismic programme required as a commitment during this current phase of exploration.

The survey is anticipated to take approximately two weeks to acquire.

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