LONGREACH has completed its 2D seismic programme on the operated Sidi Moktar Licence, onshore Morocco, on time and in budget, it claims.
520 km of high quality seismic data were acquired in 47 lines over the portfolio of prospects and leads in fulfilment of the Licence commitment of 500km, Longreach claims in a release. Priority lines, over Longreach’s drill-ready targets, Koba and Kamar, have been processed by Key Seismic in Calgary using the processing sequence and parameters determined by Longreach during the extensive reprocessing project completed in 2012. The priority lines are being incorporated into the Company’s interpretation to finalise the well locations for the 2013 drilling programme. In addition, the survey was designed to high-grade and promote existing leads to prospect status, the company says.
The survey was conducted by Prospectiuni in compliance with the approved Environmental Impact Assessment to the highest international HSE standards”, Longreach claims.