MALI

 

ENAGEO has, since its creation, supported the building of the oil and gas industry by contributing to a better knowledge of the subsoil of our country and of neighboring countries.
ENAGEO, the first link in the hydrocarbon production chain, has experience appreciable internationally. A viable and essential partner, ENAGEO has always supported the parent company SONATRACH in its international projects;

  •  Yemen and Syria the sixties and seventies.
  • Tunisia in 1989, 1996 with two missions and in 2004 with a 3D mission.
  • Niger in 1996 and 2009.
  • Mali in 2007 and 2009.
  • Libya

 

ENAGEO experience in Mali :

ENAGEO, carried out two (02) seismic programs in Mali, on behalf of ENI Mali and SIPEX Mali.

ENI Mali program :

  • Completion of 6,137.95 Km, totaling 122,789 VP spread over five blocks (1, 2, 3, 4 and 9)
  • ENAGEO extended the ASSEDREME airstrip from 900m to 1500m.

SIPEX Mali program :

  • Realization of 3500 km of 2D seismic, on block 20.
  • Logistics support for airborne Gravimetric and Magnetometric surveys.

 

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                           ENI Mali project “07 TAD”

 

 ENAGEO's contribution to local development :

• Drilling of water wells:
ENAGEO carried out three (03) water wells to supply the team with industrial water, as well as for the nomads in the region. These water points are also used by the salt caravans. These are the Guettara, Foum El Olba and Taouednni wells.
• Extension and development of a landing strip
In addition to ground assets, a SAS Beech Craft 1900 aircraft was available for personal transport and for any possible medical evacuation. This made travel easier between the mission, Bamako, Timbuktu and Assedreme.

A 1500m airstrip was maintained and fitted out 1 km from the camp. The runway has been approved by Malian aviation technicians. The supply of kerosene was provided by company resources sent from Timbuktu.

Job creation :
To carry out these programs, ENAGEO recruited 176 Malian staff, all categories combined (doctors, cooks, drivers and laborers).


ENAGEO in Libya; experience and opportunities :

ENAGEO's EGS 130 seismic team entered Libya in June 2009, and carried out the SIPEX LB project from October 2009 to July 2010. It then continued on a 3D project with HAROUGE, south of BENGHAZI , from September to November of the same year for an amount of $ 3.8 million. At the end of the work, the team retreated to the GHADAMES region before starting a second SIPEX LB project (3D seismic).

Libya has the most abundant oil reserves in Africa and relies primarily on its energy resources for its economy. It represents a promising market for the activities of our Company. Being present in Libya since 2008 (ENAGEO Libya Branch), ENAGEO will therefore be able to intervene in all areas of its core business; 2D / 3D Seismic Acquisition, 2D / 3D Seismic Processing, Reservoir Characterization, Topography, Hydraulic Drilling, Geotechnics and Potential methods.

The development and dynamism experienced by the hydrocarbon exploration sector, in Algeria and in neighboring countries, certainly opens up prospects for ENAGEO.
ENAGEO is a company that masters the Sahelo-Saharan space. Unique African company of geophysics with an international scope, ENAGEO aims to penetrate the markets of seismic prospecting of other African countries, in the wake of the redeployment policy of international activities of Sonatrach. This ambition is driven by human capacities, organizational, financial, technical and technological comparable to those of international geophysics.