Falkland Oil and Gas Ltd, FOGL, announced on Friday it has started the third 3D seismic survey of its northern area licences in the Falkland Islands. The oil and gas exploration and development company with operations in the Falkland Island Basins said the PGS Ramform Titan ship has begun the survey over the mid-Cretaceous complex.
Falkland Islands Holdings' shares rose on Monday after it posted an increase in underlying pre-tax profits and looked forward to 'an exciting future'. FIH reported underlying pre-tax profits of £3.29m for the year to the end of March - 1.9% up on last time.
Falkland Oil and Gas Ltd., (FOGL), announced completion of the farm-out agreement with Noble Energy Falklands Limited, an affiliate of Houston based Noble Energy, Inc. and the signing of agreements with Petroleum Geo-Services (PGS) for the acquisition and processing of two new 3D seismic surveys.
Noble Energy which expects go be extracting oil from the Falkland Islands before 2020, said on Thursday it plans to explore for crude oil in areas of Nevada that have seen little drilling, as the US exploration and production company starts to assess its longer-term prospects.
Falkland Oil and Gas, FOGL, announced on Tuesday that last 25 September it spudded the Scotia exploration well to the East of the Falkland Islands. The well FI 31/12-01 is located 315 km east-northeast of the Islands capital Stanley, and 114 km from the Loligo prospect.
Falkland Oil and Gas Ltd announced Monday that the well drilled to the East of the Falkland Islands to a depth of over 4.000 meters is a gas discovery. The statement comes after a rough week for FOGL when its shares plummeted following poor and unfounded press coverage.
The AIM listed company Falkland Oil and Gas Ltd reflected on Thursday on the progress made in the first half of the year when it managed a significant equity placing and negotiations for two farm-out deals which helped with a cash-balance of over 220 million dollars.
The Falkland Islands Government has welcomed the news of a farm-in agreement between Falkland Oil and Gas Ltd and US based Noble Energy which was announced on Monday and confirms the Falklands as an “excellent investment destination”.
After two disappointing results, Borders & Southern has officially completed its deep water drilling program in the South Falkland Islands basin, the company announced on Tuesday. The company said well Stebbing has been “successfully plugged and abandoned,” bringing to an end the Company's current two well drilling program.
The overseas arm of Indian state-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corp (ONGC), ONGC Videsh Ltd is in talks to buy 25% stake in an exploration block off Falkland Islands in the South Atlantic, reports The Economic Times from New Delhi.