Zambia: Kalahari to begin geothermal drilling
- 12 Jul 2013
| 1 minute read
Zambia-registered private company Kalahari GeoEnergy Ltd will soon begin drilling on its geothermal prospects. Chief executive Peter Vivian-Neal told African Energy the company was investigating a number of targets on the periphery of the Kafue Graben, a Karoo-age sedimentary basin. In the first phase of drilling, Kalahari will drill three 330-metre shallow diamond core wells at Lochinvar, around 35km north-west of Monze.
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