Zambia: Kalahari GeoEnergy poised to launch drilling
Issue 416 - 29 May 2020
Kalahari GeoEnergy expects to drill three geothermal resource delineation slim wells and complete feasibility studies in the next ten months, provided coronavirus restrictions are eased soon. The Bweengwa River geothermal resource in the Kafue Trough west of Lusaka has about 15MW of power generation capacity at 50% probability, and the aim of these studies is to raise this to 90% probability, Kalahari GeoEnergy chief executive Peter Vivian- Neal told African Energy.
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