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Subject: Re: Aminex gas discovery Date: 27/02/2012 07:30
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Presumably if there will be LNG infrastructure only 25km away (though not for a few years?) that helps the prospects of commerciality of even just 3m of pay?

I'm a little puzzled by the references to seismic events at 3000m and Likonde. Have they or have they not drilled through the zone where they expected to find the 250m of sandstone encountered at Likonde? Actually, having teased the market with liquid hydrocarbons at 3000m, classic Aminex behaviour now would be to lose a tool down the hole making it unworkable and results inconclusive again...
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