Tower Resources plc has provided the following operational update on its work on the Thali licence in Cameroon, conducted through its wholly-owned subsidiary Tower Resources Cameroon SA.
The Geoquip Marine survey vessel MV Investigator is at the proposed site for the NJOM-3 well, and is presently conducting the site survey. The vessel should have completed its boreholes in a few days. Analysis of the data and preparation of final reports will take a little longer, but should allow the company to move to more concrete scheduling of the NJOM-3 well on the Thali block later in February.
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