Mozambique: Anadarko hopes for onshore oil


Issue 279 - 14 Jun 2014 | 1 minute read
Anadarko Petroleum plans an exploration programme on the Rovuma Onshore Block, with two firm wells and one conditional well. The Tembo-1 well is due to spud imminently, to be followed by Kifaru-1. Wentworth Resources managing director Geoff Bury told Global Pacific & Partners’ Africa Independents’ Forum the rig had arrived on location in May. He said the Tembo prospect was thought to be oil-prone “but we won’t be disappointed if it’s gas. Quite frankly we’re little guys, we’re looking for a discovery.”

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