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ERHC Energy begins drilling in Kenya Block 11A

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ERHC Energy Kenya Ltd., the wholly owned Kenya-based subsidiary of ERHC Energy Inc., has announced that its operating partner, CEPSA, has commenced drilling at the Tarach-1 well in Kenya Block 11A. ERHC is a publicly traded American company with oil and gas assets in Sub-Saharan Africa.

The Tarach-1 prospect's mean estimate of oil prospective unrisked resources is 66 million bbls. Mean unrisked prospective resources of all prospects and leads in Block 11A totals 662 million barrels. ERHC holds a 35% interest in Block 11A.

The Tarach-1 well is designed to drill from a 20 in. surface casing through intermediate casings down to 2,442 meters and set a 7-inch liner down to total depth (TD) of 3000 m. The prospect is defined by four 2D seismic lines out of the 2014 survey. The structural trap is a 3-way dip closure against a north-south normal fault plane at 1426 m MD (-954m TVDSS) and covering a surface area of 12 km2. The vertical closure is calculated at 220 meters at the P10 closing contour.

ERHC Energy Kenya Ltd is headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya.

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