TOTAL Hits A Dry Patch In Uganda

TOTAL Hits A Dry Patch In Uganda

Four wildcat exploration wells were drilled in TOTAL operated EA 1A block in Uganda in December 2012. Three of them failed to encounter commercial pool of hydrocarbons. The wells were drilled to delineate the ultimate basin potential ahead of potential relinquishments.

Riwu-1 (tested far northwestern limits), Raa-1 (tested northern extent), and Til-1 (tested far northeastern limits) did not encounter commercial hydrocarbons. Lyec-1 successfully tested the northern extent of the Jobi East accumulation, encountering oil pay, which is currently under evaluation and re-mapping.

A significant amount of exploration and appraisal drilling activity remains in 2013, with TOTAL and partners Tullow and CNOOC  seeking to add further to the discovered resources.



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