Africa Hydrocarbons: 3D seismic survey completed in Tunisia

Friday, March 9, 2012
  • Field recording of the Bouhajla North 3D seismic survey in Tunisia has now been completed.

Africa Hydrocarbons Inc. (TSX VENTURE:NFK) announce that field recording of the Bouhajla North 3D seismic survey in Tunisia has now been completed. The 55 km2 survey was contracted to CGGVeritas Services SA, and was shot over the Bouhajla North prospect on the Bouhajla Permit, located onshore in the Pelagian Basin.

CEO, John Nelson states, "The seismic operation went according to plan. We are excited to see the data processing and interpretation get underway on the Bouhaijla North prospect over the coming weeks."

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