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The Image Of Oil In Somalia....

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The Image Of Oil In Somalia....

Postby oxymoron » Fri Oct 11, 2013 4:02 am

Ever since Puntland launched an active and continuous Search for Oil in it's rich territory land & Sea. Every nomad now thinks they got oil in their backyard. :lol: :lol: :lol:
Indeed it is our duty as Puntlanders, to make the nomads think outside the box.

Making the impossible possible is in the roots of Puntland iyo Puntlanders.
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The Search Continues Indeed. 8-)

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Re: The Image Of Oil In Somalia....

Postby oxymoron » Fri Oct 11, 2013 4:05 am

http://www.voasomali.com/content/article/1764448.html

London: Shir ku Saabsan Shidaalka Somalia

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Shir caalami ah oo looga hadlayo arrimaha tamarta iyo shidaalka Somalia ayaa maanta ka furmey magaalada London ee dalka Britian.

Shirkan waxaa si wadajir ah u qabanaya dowladda Somalia iyo shirkada Soma Oil and Gas oo horey u gashey heshiis ay ku maamuleyso hawlaha shidaalka iyo gaaska Somalia.

Waxaa shirkan ka soo qeybgalaya oo kale dalal iyo shirkado ka kala socda caalamka oo daneynaya adeegyda shidaalka iyo tamarta Somalia.

Eng Yarow Sharif Aden oo ah khabiir ku xeel dheer arrimaha tamarta iyo macdanta, horeyna agaasime uga ahaa wasaaraddii macdanta ee Somalia ayaa VOAda uga warramay Goobaha laga heli karo shidaalka Somalia, isaga oo xusay in loo baahanyahay in dawladdu ka fiirsato shirkadaha ay heshiisyada la galasyo.

Waxa kale oo uu Tilmaamay in haddii shidaalka ku jira Somalia la soo saaro inuu wax badan ka qaban doono baahida taalla dalka.

Sidoo kale waxa uu khabiirku ka hadlay macdanta Somalia taalla iyo noocyada iyo waliba goobaha ay ku jirto

Waraysiga oo dhamaystiran halkan hoose ka dhegayso.

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Re: The Image Of Oil In Somalia....

Postby skywalker25 » Fri Oct 11, 2013 4:37 am

There might be oil in Somalia but what's been confirmed is your region contains nothing but water under that desert. God I don't think likes your people or region... :mrgreen:

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Re: The Image Of Oil In Somalia....

Postby oxymoron » Fri Oct 11, 2013 4:44 am

There might be oil in Somalia but what's been confirmed is your region contains nothing but water under that desert. God I don't think likes your people or region... :mrgreen:
Now you dare speak for God? you a stupid slave that will end up burning in Hell. :mrgreen:

Indeed we are blessed with many things, finding water is essential, but the hunt for Oil is continious and being drilled in many sites. Too bad that can't be said for other parts of Somalia.
Were actually drilling awhile you nomads talk. :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Re: The Image Of Oil In Somalia....

Postby oxymoron » Fri Oct 11, 2013 4:59 am

LATEST UPDATE. 8-) :stylin:

PUNTLAND (SOMALIA)

Dharoor Valley and Nugaal Valley Blocks


The Company continues to evaluate the encouraging results of the two wells drilled in 2012 on the Dharoor Valley block which proved all the critical elements exist for oil accumulations, namely a working petroleum system, good quality reservoirs and thick seal rocks. Based on these encouraging results, the Company, through its ownership interest in Horn, committed to enter the next exploration period, which carries a commitment to drill one exploration well in each block within an additional three year term ending October 2015.
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Efforts are now focused on making preparations for a seismic acquisition campaign in the Dharoor Valley area which will include a regional seismic reconnaissance grid in the previously unexplored eastern portion of the basin as well as prospect specific seismic to delineate a drilling candidate in the western portion of the basin where an active petroleum system was confirmed by the recent drilling at the Shabeel-1 and Shabeel North-1 locations. The Company continues to pursue efforts to drill an exploration well in the Nugaal Valley block and is working with the Puntland government to move this project forward. :ugeek:

Horn has been in discussion with potential joint venture partners and is reviewing new venture opportunities in the region. Somalia is going through an unprecedented period in its history with a real opportunity for all stakeholders to assist in the rebuilding of the country. The first internationally recognized Federal government took power in 2012 following over 20 years of transitional or no government. Africa Oil actively engages with a range of governments and organizations, domestic and international, around how Somalia can best develop a stable Federal state including the institutions and systems it needs to properly manage its natural resources.

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http://www.africaoilcorp.com/s/operations-update.asp

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Re: The Image Of Oil In Somalia....

Postby saacJabshee » Fri Oct 11, 2013 5:18 am

Skywalker keep allah out of your cheap political jabs.


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