Bowleven said it has now wrapped up an extended flow testing programme at Moambe and Zingana.
The Africa focused oil and gas explorer said the results continue to support plans for around five to six mmscfd of gas for power generation under a development scheme with Actis and Eneo in Cameroon.
The initial development scheme is focused on the provision of feedstock for power generation from the shallower gas-prone sands.
Bowleven said the block-wide evaluation of these sands and the additional potential of the deeper sands that were also targeted with the wells are ongoing.
The results of the combine tests provide the confidence required to progress with the gas sales agreement and development planning.
Kevin Hart, chief executive, said:”We are pleased with the results of the extended flow testing programme at Bomono and are now looking forward to advancing gas sales negotiations and development planning.”