Australia’s Invictus Energy has begun drilling the Mukuyu-1 exploration well in Zimbabwe.
Invictus Energy has firmed up its control of more acreage in Zimbabwe, while also choosing a second well site, the company has announced in a release.
Australia’s Invictus Energy has more than doubled the amount of gas it hopes to find at its upcoming Mukuyu well, in Zimbabwe.
Invictus Energy has signed a binding well services contract with Baker Hughes for drilling in Zimbabwe, following a capital raise.
Reconnaissance Energy Africa and Invictus Energy are both nearing drilling, as they seek to prove up onshore hopes around Namibia and Zimbabwe respectively.
Australia-listed minnow Invictus Energy has received three farm-in bids for its project in Zimbabwe, where it has also begun work constructing a well pad.
Invictus Energy expects to start drilling its major Zimbabwean prospect by July, bringing the long-awaited dream of founder and managing director Scott Macmillan to the test.
Invictus Energy has awarded the integrated well services contract for its upcoming work in Zimbabwe to Baker Hughes.
Invictus Energy has secured long-lead items for its planned two-well programme and launched a capital raising programme, as it targets drilling in the first half of the year.
Australian minnow Invictus Energy has struck a farm-in option, giving Cluff Energy Africa a potential 25% stake in the Cabora Bassa project.
Invictus Energy has completed its 2D seismic survey on Zimbabwe’s Cabora Bassa, exceeding its licence commitments.
Exploration companies big and small are warming up for a busy next 12 months – although some have warned this may be the last such push in the energy industry.
Zimbabwe-focused Invictus Energy expects to begin acquiring seismic in the first week of September.
Australia’s Invictus Energy has scrapped a farm-in agreement for its Cabora Bassa project in Zimbabwe.
Invictus Energy is on track to begin its seismic campaign, in Zimbabwe, in July, with mobilisation under way.
Invictus Energy has signed up Polaris Natural Resources to acquire 2D seismic in Zimbabwe’s Cabora Bassa Basin.
Australia’s Invictus Energy has completed a capital raise of A$8 million ($6.1mn), which it will use to progress work on its Zimbabwean hopes.