Invictus Energy operated Cabora Bassa 2021 seismic survey campaign in Zimbabwe is ongoing with 220km of data recording and 240km of layout completed to date.
The data quality and density being acquired from the CB21 Survey is excellent and a step change from the Invictus previous Mobil survey conducted in 1990.
Invictus says the HSE performance has been exceptional, and the project has now exceed 87,000 hours without a Lost Time Injury (LTI). The seismic data QC and processing has commenced and ongoing.
In April Invictus awarded Polaris Natural Resources Inc, Canada’s longest standing seismic company to provide acquisition services for its first 2D seismic program in the Cabora Bassa Basin to conduct, process, and interpret a minimum of 400 line kms of 2D seismic in order to refine the Mzarabani-1 drilling location and well path and identify additional prospectivity for the upcoming drilling campaign.
The portfolio consists of a highly prospective 250,000 acres within the Cabora Bassa Basin in Zimbabwe. Special Grant 4571 contains the world class multiTCF Mzarabani and Msasa conventional gas-condensate prospects.