SOUTH AFRICA: Kinetiko Energy Sourcing for Drilling Contractor for its Amersfoort Project

Kinetiko Energy Limited is in the process of negotiations with a number of drilling contractors in both South Africa and Botswana to undertake the upcoming 3 well drilling program to be drilled within 400 metres of KKO’s proposed gas collection terminal at Amersfoort where access and infrastructure is in place.

Kinetiko says it has sourced casing for three well sections per borehole, with a qualified threading supplier ready to fabricate connections, and we are contracting a specialist cementing supplier to ensure 100% well integrity.

With site selection completed, field works last week were commenced on site for the preparation of drill pads for the three new wells KA-03PT7, KA-03PT8 and KA-03PT9. Drilling is estimated to commence in early Q4 2021.

A fourth high resolution aeromagnetic survey has been confirmed to follow up the success of similar surveys completed across the Amersfoort Project. The current survey is planned to fly a 13,479 line kilometre survey covering 564km2, over selected portions of ER 270 and ER 272 which form the most Southern and Northern extensions of the Company’s exploration rights.Results from the completed survey are anticipated to be received during late October 2021.

The merger parties have now satisfied the suspensive conditions of the binding term sheet with Taxation structuring now settled enabling the definitive share purchase agreement to be executed. This enables the completion of the merger to occur before the end of the year.

Negotiations with South African institutional to fund a pilot production field have advanced having undertaken a successful due diligence and a decision to invest has been made and formal documentation is now being produced.

The Company has commenced a production right application over the newly consolidated ER271 recently approved by the South African government. Will help streamline the development of production fields over 1,287km2 of prospective geology and improve the economics by not having to make multiple production right applications.

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