Namibia: 3D surveys due east of Kudu gas field

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, Jan. 14
– UNX Energy Corp., Calgary, let a contract to Petroleum Geo-Services to shoot 1,125 sq km of 3D seismic in the Orange basin east of Kudu gas field off southern Namibia.

Shooting is to start in mid-February 2011 on blocks 2815, 2816, and 2915. Survey size is roughly twice the minimum required work commitment.

The three blocks collectively cover 16,026 sq km along the marine boundary with South Africa. UNX operates the blocks with 90% working interest.



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