Hunt Petroleum Operations in Niger

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In 1992, Hunt Petroleum was awarded the Djado permit (Coordinates: 20° 58′ 58.8″ N, 12° 19′ 58.8″ E[1]) on the northern tip of the Termit-Ténéré Rift Basin.[2] However by 2004, the company were no longer exploring the concession.[3] While operating in the country the company operated through their wholly owned subsidiary, Niger Hunt Oil Company, and conducted airborne surveys over 14 million hectares, 1,500 kilometres of seismic tests, and drilled two exploratory wells.[4]

References

  1. "GeoHack - Djado Plateau" GeoHack, retrieved 12 April 2012.
  2. "Niger Foreign Policy and Government Guide, Volume 1" USA International Business Publications, 1 January 2011.
  3. "Niger sets out on new oil journey" Upstream, retrieved 5 April 2012.
  4. "International Projects"dB LLC Petroleum Advisors, retrieved 5 April 2012.