CGX plans further seismic studies offshore Guyana

CGX Energy continues to seek partners for its three licenses offshore Guyana, and has made available a technical data room at its Houston office.

Offshore staff

TORONTOCGX Energy continues to seek partners for its three licenses offshore Guyana, and has made available a technical data room at its Houston office.

The company is about to start re-processing part of its 3D seismic data set for the offshoreCorentyne block, which is expected to be completed by the end of the year.

In addition, the company has granted Repsol Exploracion permission to acquire seismic in certain portions of the concession while working on a 3D survey in theKanuku block. Repsol will supply the resultant data to CGX free of charge.

The new Corentyne license, drawn up late last year, applies to the offshore part of the original Corentyne license and comprises 1.5 million acres (6,212 sq km).

10/10/2013

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