Subject to approvals, AziNam will hold 30% of blocks 2111B and 2211A (collectively the“Guy” block). In exchange it will cover an additional 10% of the operating costs.
Eco will remain operator with a 60% stake. NAMCOR is the other concessionaire.
AziNam Managing Director David Sturt said: “The Namibian coastline continues to offer a significant frontier exploration province holding huge exploration potential.
“To date, the wells drilled by other operators have proved up the existence of a working petroleum system, we now need to focus on identifying the right conditions for the presence of large hydrocarbon accumulations.
“We have recently seen a new wave of major international oil companies moving into the region including Shell,Tullow, OMV, and Murphy. This has added further exploration interest and momentum within the area.”