African Oil and Gas to to drill sidetrack at Tilapia well to bring Djecno reservoir into production

Writer, Stock Market Wire
Monday, August 5, 2019 - 09:32

African Oil and Gas said it would seek to re to bring the Djecno reservoir into production by drilling a sidetrack from its last well to access the deeper Djeno structures at Tilapia in the Republic of Congo.

Once the middle Djeno had been tested, a production decision would be made, the company said.

'The company will seek to bring the Djeno into production by re-entering well TLP-103C and drilling a sidetrack just below the Mengo horizon,' Afircan Oil and Gas said.

At 9:32am: (LON:AAOG) Anglo African Oil Gas Plc Ord 5p share price was 0p at 4.7p


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