Tower Resources plc has provided an update on operations at the Thali licence in Cameroon, conducted through its wholly-owned subsidiary Tower Resources Cameroon SA.
The Geoquip Marine survey vessel MV Investigator completed its survey at the NJOM-3 well site on the Thali block offshore Cameroon on Friday 7 February 2020, drilling three boreholes to a depth of 80 m with alternating sampling and PCPT (piezocone penetration tests). Although the analysis of the data will take some weeks, the company's initial view is that the data from the three boreholes are consistent and in line with pre-survey expectations.
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