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1 Informations sur Mandawa le Ven 23 Jan - 23:49

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2 Forage Mandawa par Dublin le Ven 23 Jan - 23:54

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Source: Xinhua via Newspage


Dublin International starts drilling in Tanzania
11-12-00 A subsidiary of a Canada-based oil firm, Dublin International Petroleum (Tanzania), has started drilling for oil at Mandawa in southern Lindi Region of the oil-poor Tanzania, a senior official said.
Assistant Commissioner for Energy in the Ministry of Energy and Minerals Victus Prosper said that the firm started drilling for oil last month in the 1.25 mm-acre Mandawa concession encompassing a Jurassic rift basin.
"Previous exploration by the company provided evidence of existence of light reservoir oil as well as the presence of thick, reservoir quality Jurassic sands," he said, adding that numerous promising structures have been identified on the concession below a thick salt layer.
Meanwhile, Prosper disclosed that there are several other licensed firms active in exploration stages as Canop Tanzania on Mafia Island, Kisiju in Kisangira in Coast region, Ndovu Resources at Nyuni and Selous in Morogoro region and Antrim Resources in Pemba and Unguja Islands.

In September, former Tanzanian Minister for Energy and Minerals Abdallah Kigoda said that a dozen of the oil giants had expressed keen interest in searching for oil in the deep-sea waters.
The companies are expected by next April to carry out offshore oil exploration in Tanzania, making it the most active country in oil exploration in sub-Saharan Africa.
Kigoda said that deep-sea seismic surveys conducted by the Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation and Western Geophysical Company of Britain since last year suggested that there are many deposits of sedimentary rocks on the offshore, a type of rock which stores oil.
The minister said that the data was acquired in the deep-sea areas stretching for 11,000 km from Mozambique in the south to Kenya in the north in depths ranging from 300 meters to 3, 500 meters at a cost of $ 10 mm.




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Dublin International Petroleum Tanzania Ltd. contracted a Canadian geophysical contractor named Polaris to commence geophysical operations in Mandawa in mid September 1999. Seismic recording of 160 line kilometers distributed over 10 lines was completed by mid October 1999. Seismic processing of these lines enabled the interpretation for precision mapping, selecting structures, and evaluating best ranking prospects and leads. Dublin International completed this work in December 1999.

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3 lynx petroleum le Sam 24 Jan - 0:04

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Canadian Lynx Petroleum Ltd. announces agreement
Business Wire, Sept 6, 1995 Tags: agreement, Business Wire

E-mail Print Link VANCOUVER, BC--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sept. 6, 1995--CANADIAN LYNX(VSE: CAX ) CANADIAN LYNX PETROLEUM LTD. announces that it has entered into an agreement to acquire 100 percent of the share capital of Dublin International Petroleum (Tanzania) Ltd. ("Dublin"), a company incorporated in Dublin, Ireland.

Dublin holds a Production Sharing Agreement with the Government of Tanzania over two onshore coastal blocks in Tanzania known as Mandawa ("Block 1") and Rufiji ("Block 2"). The two blocks cover an area of 3.35 million acres between Dar es Salaam and the country's border with Mozambique.

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http://infoventure.tsx.com/TSXVenture/TSXVentureHttpController?GetPage=CompanySummary&PO_ID=29883&HC_FLAG1=on

http://www.tanganyikaoil.com/i/pdf/2001AnnualReport.pdf

3 puits sans résultat et cas de force majeure

Tanzania
Tanganyika was awarded the Mandawa concession in Tanzania in 1995. This large, onshore coastal block
(2.53 million acres) covers a largely unexplored major rift basin. On the basis of reprocessed seismic (2,300
kilometres), the Company drilled two prospects in 1996/1997 but failed to discover commercial hydrocarbons.
Critical information gained from these wells and the 160 kilometres of new seismic subsequently acquired by
the Company suggested the potential of a prolific petroleum system and therefore, in late 2000 Tanganyika
(75%) and its farmin partner drilled a third well, Mbate-1, on the concession to a total depth of 10,300 feet.
There was evidence of a thin hydrocarbon interval at 7,300 feet but overall, the well was deemed non-commercial
and was abandoned. Data obtained from this well and previous drilling is under review in order to evaluate
further exploration initiatives in the basin. This project is currently under Force Majeure as a result of certain
fiscal issues pursuant to the Production Sharing Agreement with the government of Tanzania.

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