Wednesday, September 28, 2011

WHL firms up Seychelles leads



Australia’s WHL Energy has identified 27 leads and prospects on its acreage off the Republic of Seychelles following the analysis of new 2D data.
WHL said the areas identified from the recently acquired 2D seismic and were estimated to contain a total mean prospective and best estimate oil resource of 5.5 billion barrels.
The largest structure mapped from the 7966 kilometre shoot was the Beau Vallon feature which WHL assessed to hold a mean estimate of about 1 billion barrels of prospective resource, with an upside potential of up to 2 billion barrels.
“To have confirmed, with good quality seismic, leads and prospects of this magnitude within our portfolio is a great achievement for WHL Energy’s technical team,” managing director Steve Noske said.
“Furthermore the identification of numerous play types within three separate fairways provides management with great confidence as it progresses farm-out discussions.”
WHL has formally commenced farm-out negotiations for its offshore Seychelles assets with the opening of a data room at its offices in Perth, Western Australia, and hopes to formalise farm-out agreements by the end of the year, with the aim of potentially beginning a drilling programme next year.
WHL added it had enlisted Netherland Sewell & Associates Incorporated to carry out an independent review of the prospective resources in its Seychelles acreage which was currently ongoing.

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

WHO FINANCES PDM UNDER ORDERS OF MICHEL?

Anonymous said...

Franchaseca Monnaie

Anonymous said...

We must and will not allow our wealth and resources be controlled by criminals who have alreadytolen billions from our coffers without being able to account oe single cent.

Jeanne D'Arc

Rhonda Gendron Murphy said...

Keep destroying the planet to satisfy .. the greed of a few..there goes the last bit of paradise.. on earth..


Remember one cannot digest black gold

r said...

Cree Indian prophecy is slowly but surely unfolding ..

Anonymous said...

Sorry for venting on your thread but I have to get this off my chest.

With all the controversy of this election and the boycott by the real opposition, there is no mention of it in the national newspaper, not a single phrase from the leaders of the boycott. Yet, the SBC reporters and photographers have time to cover the donation of a printer (yes, a single printer valued at approx. $39, with no spare ink) from Pilgrim Security. 1 f...king printer! And at the end the children sang song of thanks...

What will happen after printing a few pages, the printer will need more ink and the Creche will have to spend more than the cost of the printer to keep it printing. And because they cannot afford a cheap Deskjet printer, I don't think they'll be able to afford the ink in order to keep it going.

Wake up my friends! We need to monitor the national press and make sure they abide to the ethic of journalism. And if for any reason they fail to do so, we need to ask for them to resign. Maybe go and work for 'Thepeople'.

WARNNING!
Oil spot of beaches does not go well with eco-tourism.

Anonymous said...

That's why we are boycotting the sham elections. We want to reform SBC.

Anonymous said...

http://www.investopedia.com/terms/d/dutchdisease.asp#axzz1ZJsr8iiV

Anonymous said...

Francesca Monnaie works for the oil company that was asked to Finance PDM, by Michel.

Anonymous said...

Francesca Monnaie works for the oil company that was asked to Finance PDM, by Michel.

Anonymous said...

Francesca Monnaie is therefore guilty of breaching the rule of election. We have to make sure that she answers to the people of Seychelles for her crime. Be it in a court of law, at the market, on the beach, at the restaurant... we need to use this opportunity to make others think twice before aiding PP in their crime against the Seychellois people.

Anonymous said...

As the saying goes; Money goes to Monnaie....or is it Monnaie goes to money?...? umm Money goes to money?...craps me know nafink!

tika said...

hahahahahahahahaahahahahahaha laughing so hard here, oh my goodness...... seriously now, please double check your facts before writing ridiculous lies....... if i had so much money (as a Monnaie (lol))since apparently i am the middle man (woman) where is my car? my house? my business??? i mean all those are attributed to the wealthy.... right? i am financing PDM under the orders of michel....????????????? (rofl) i can barely breathe with laughter.......... oh dear me...... tsk tsk tsk ....... get a life ..... stop taking facts as my past employment and make accusations from thin air.... it does not become you~! seriously ...... though..... the conjecture is so off base and completely off track its more than laughable!
best of luck with your guessing next time! ciao
ms. Franchaseca Monnaie

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