An updated presentation regarding the nature of the crust beneath the Comoros acreage has been accepted by the committee of the PESGB for presentation at the Africa conference in London in August/September this year.
The presentation contains significant updates to the work already presented in December at AAPG and will include the results of Zircon dating of sedimentary rocks from Anjouan, geochemical analysis and interpretation of tar balls found on Grande Comore and paleo-reconstructions in progress by Colin Reeves of Earthworks b.v. Click here to read the short abstract [PDF, 511KB].
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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.