Bahari has commissioned CGG/NPA to undertake a review of existing satellite images within the blocks to identify naturally occurring crude oil seeps on the surface of the ocean.
Existing images, though not plentiful or at optimal resolution have enabled CGG to identify a number of seeps of ‘Priority unassigned’ category within the acreage, a number of which are co-located with sub-surface areas already identified as prospective.
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Notes to Editors:
Bahari Resources, formed in 2012, is a privately-owned oil and gas exploration company focused on Africa and the Western Indian Ocean. Founded by an experienced management team with an extensive track record in the East African petroleum exploration, the company is headquartered in Kenya.
The Union of the Comoros comprise an archipelago of islands in the Mozambique Channel of the Indian Ocean, located between Madagascar and East Africa. Receiving independence from France in 1975, the three main northern islands, Grande Comore, Anjouan, and Mohéli, comprise the Union of the Comoros, a sovereign state. The economy is based largely on agriculture, fishing and tourism and is the world’s largest producer of the essence ylang ylang.