The survey, comprising about 2,600 sq km (1,003 sq mi) of data, fulfills Chariot’s work commitments for these blocks.
It was announced in January, with the consortium noting that they wished to mature their leads within the Upper Cretaceous deepwater clastic turbidite system. The data will now be processed and then interpreted in-house.
Chariot holds 65% in blocks 2312 and 2412A along with partners AziNam (20%), NAMCOR (10%), and Ignitus (5%). It also holds licenses 2714A and 2714B off Namibia, with partners NAMCOR and Quiver.
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