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Below samples of the Dataroom content

Integration Report and Hydrocarbon Prospectivity of PEL 93,  BLOCKS 1717 & 1817, Owambo Basin, Namibia

Prepared by: PIONEER OIL AND GAS CONSULTING

Date: May, 2019

Passive Seismic Spectroscopy Study

Prepared by: Geodynamics WorldWide, Italy

Date: March 2019Passive-Seismic-direct-hydrocarbon-indicatior-exploration-Geodynamics-Report-for-MEL Passive-Seismic-direct-hydrocarbon-indicatior-exploration-Geodynamics-Report-for-MEL

Remote Sensing Hydrocarbon Study

Prepared by: Airbus Defence

Date: September 2018Remote-Sensing-Satellite-Imaging-for-hydrocarbon-Report-for-MEL

OSH 69 – 220 km pf  2D seismic line

SEGY MEL Monitor 2D seismic

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Soil Gas geochem study MEL MONITOR

Geochemical Soil Gas Survey

2013

  • SurfaceGeochemicalTechniques

  • SurveyObjectives

  • SurveySummary

  • Original Survey Design

  • FieldTraining

  • UltimateSurveyCoverage

  • SurveyResults

  • Analogs

  • Conclusions And Future Plans

  • CurrentActivity

  • SummaryofPhase1WorkToDate

  • 2014ProposedWorkProgram

Acquisition of Magnetic and Radiometric Grids: used into the geophysical interpretation – coverage 18,500 km2  

The Southern Rifted Margin of the Congo Craton (Cryogenian, Late Proterozoic, Nothern Namibia): Outcrop Analogs of Potential Hydrocarbon Systems

 Report of 29 pages

Etosha Basin Hydrocarbon Potential Summary Report

Date: May 1993

Ethosha-Basin-Namibia-Hydrocarbon-Potential-Report Ethosha-Basin-Namibia-Hydroacrbon-Potential-Report

NAMA BASIN EXPLORATION OPPORTUNITIES BLOCKS 2416A AND 2417

Prepared by: PIONEER OIL AND GAS CONSULTING

Date: October 2019

“…In general, both areas represent an eye-catching hydrocarbon exploration scenario due to their favorable geological setting with high likelihood to contain active petroleum systems. Figure 2 shows the depth to basement map for the basin; note that the depocenters (blue colors) are within and the proximity of the blocks, which reduces the risk of migration and charge of hydrocarbons in the traps. Tectonics could have played an important role in the process as deep seated faults (black dashed lines in Figure 2) associated to Namaqua fold belt could represent feasible migration pathways for migration of hydrocarbons…”