LONDON – Aminex has issued an update on potential gas resources within its Nyuni Production Sharing Agreement offshore Tanzania.
Isis Petroleum Consultants performed an independent study for Aminex’s wholly-owned subsidiary Ndovu Resources. The report assesses contingent gas resources from the two wells drilled on two separate accumulations at 278 bcf in-place on a P.mean basis.
Independently assessed “prospective resources” at Nyuni: Hydrocarbons independently mapped from seismic but not yet drilled - amount to 2.548 tcf from three separate prospect areas on the license.
Ndovu holds a 50% interest in the PSA, which will rise to 65% under a farm-in agreement once the Nyuni-2 exploration well has been drilled. This well, due to spud in April, aims to test a large prospect underlying Nyuni Island in the northeast of the concession.
Ndovu lines up second well on Nyuni
Aminex has issued an update on potential gas resources within its Nyuni Production Sharing Agreement offshore Tanzania.