EXPLORATION

Pancontinental and Woodside continue to probe Namibian deep waters

PANCONTINENTAL Energy has applied to the Namibian Ministry of Mines and Energy (MME) to formally approve and extend the ownership schedule for the deepwater PEL 87 permit.

Colin Hay
Pancontinental and Woodside continue to probe Namibian deep waters

The Australian oil and gas company is currently the operator for the PEL 87 Joint Venture, which is entering into the first additional exploration period for the block. Under the initial PEL 87 licence...

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