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The Kafra Block lies in the north of Niger, bordering Algeria. The geology of the block represents a continuation of the rift basin system seen in the Ténéré Block. The exploration licence was awarded to Sonatrach in 2005, and covers an area of 23,737 square kilometers. It adjoins the Tafassasset Block in Algeria, which is also held by Sonatrach. Sonatrach are committed to drilling 3 wells and spending $29.5 million in exploring the Kafra Block over a period of 12 years.
- ↑ "Niger: Sonatrach takes up Kafra concession" Energy-Pedia, retrieved 5 April 2012.
- ↑ "Niger industry: Sonatrach receives licence to explore" Economist Intelligence Unit, retrieved 5 April 2012.
- ↑ "TG World Comments on Sonatrach in Niger" Petroleum Africa, retrieved 5 April 2012.