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Halliburton Wants Senior Drilling Fluids Engineer in Angola

Desired Expertise:             Drilling Engineering, Mud Engineering, Project Management

Experience:                         7+ years

Minimum Education:            Engineering Degree

Location                                Luanda, Angola

Reference Code:                  00260982

Employment Type:               Commuter/Rotational

Job Status:                          Active / Open

 

Job Description:                 Halliburton has an opening for a Field Specialist within the cementing product line to join their team in Luanda, Angola. Interested candidates should apply on or before the 4th of July 2014 using the link below.

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Halliburton Wants Service Supervisor- Coiled Tubing In Angola

Desired Expertise:                Coiled Tubing (CT) Services, Must be knowledgeable of HMS, HSE standards, work methods and guidelines for CT personnel.

Experience:                          3+ years

Minimum Education:             Engineering Degree/3-5 yr Degree

Location                                Luanda, Angola

Reference Code:                  00254743

Employment Type:                Commuter/Rotational

Job Status:                            Active / Open

 

Job Description:                 Halliburton has an opening for a Service Supervisor- Coiled Tubing Interested candidates should apply on or before the 4THof July 2014 using the link below.

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Ngamia Appraisal “Thinner” than the Discovery

By Toyin Akinosho, Publisher

The first appraisal of the Ngamia discovery onshore Kenya encountered much less hydrocarbon footage than the first well.

Ngamia-2, drilled 1.6 kilometres from the basin opening Ngamia-1 discovery well, found 39 metres of net oil pay and 11 metres of net gas pay. Combined, the 50 metres footage is about half the over 100metres of net oil pay that was announced after the finalization of the Ngamia-1 sidetrack in June 2012.

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Uganda’s Refinery Project Tender Progresses to the Negotiations Phase

KAMPALA, 24th June 2014– Two of the four bidders that submitted proposals to the Government of Uganda (GOU) for the role of lead investor for  the 60,000 barrels per day (BPD) oil refinery and related downstream infrastructure have been invited to progress to the next stage of the tender process.   This followed the issuance of a Request for Proposals (RFP) for the Uganda Refinery Project during January 2014 with a submission deadline of 30th May 2014.

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Light In The Tunnel In Morocco

Longreach Matter

By Mohammed Jetutu

Longreach is looking for $45Million to confirm its hunch that it found ‘substantial natural gas resource potential’on its SidiMoktar Licence in Morocco, a country which has played host to a spate of dry holes in the last nine months. The Canadian minnow says it is “advancing plans for the forward work programme to determine the commercial potential” of that “resource potential”.

The company wants the money“fortesting and evaluating the existing wells and data, acquiring 3D seismic over the Kechoula structure and the drilling of two to three delineation and appraisal wells on the structure”.  The capital requirement is broken down to: $5Million for the testing, $10Million for the three dimensional (3D) seismic, $30Million for the delineation and appraisal wells.

On May 15, 2014, Longreach reported encountering two prospective natural gas zones with its Kamar-1 well in SidiMoktar Licence in the Essaouira Basin of Morocco.  One zone was in the targeted Lower Liassic formation, with “a gross interval of 110 metres as defined by petrophysical, wireline logs”. The other “is defined by the presence of significant natural gas volumes in the drilling mud” in the Lower Dogger/Upper Liassic formations.

What’s crucial to the company is: “Our Kamar-1 well did not encounter any bottom water, which is excellent news for Longreach shareholders and our Moroccan partners,” said Dennis Sharp, Longreach’s Executive Chairman. “To advance those plans, the Company has initiated a series of meetings with shareholders and potential investors to source additional funding”.

Longreach has a 50 percent operated interest in the SidiMoktar Licence area covering 2,683 square kilometres. Its only (carried) partner is ONHYM, the Moroccan state hydrcocarbon company.

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