Namibia: Stein takes block next to Kudu


Issue 369 - 18 May 2018 | 1 minute read

Azonto Petroleum’s successor company Calima Energy has been awarded Block 2813B in the Orange River Basin, immediately west of the Kudu gas field. Azonto changed its name last year and Ophir Energy founders Alan Stein and Jonathan Taylor joined the board. Stein is now managing director and Taylor is technical director. Azonto previously held acreage offshore Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana and was originally called Rialto Energy. During the first year of the initial four-year licence term, Calima will evaluate existing data in and around the block.

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