Africa Hydrocarbons Reaches TD on BHN-1 Well in Tunisia
July 15, 2013 — Calgary, Alberta (Source: Marketwired) — Africa Hydrocarbons Inc. (TSX VENTURE:NFK) (“AHI” or the “Company“) today announced that a total depth of 2745 metres has been reached at the Company’s BHN-1 exploration well on the Bouhajla Permit in Tunisia. Preparation to run wire-line logs is underway. The well has penetrated 247 metres of upper Abiod formation, the main target zone in the well.
The BHN-1 well was spud on June 8, 2013 and is the first exploration well on the Bouhajla Permit. It is being drilled to evaluate a Cretaceous Abiod oil target on the Bouhajla North prospect.
About the Company
AHI is a Canadian based international oil and natural gas company involved in the acquisition, exploration and development of energy assets, with an emphasis on Africa. The key asset of the Company is its 47.5% owned Bouhajla Block, located onshore in Tunisia within the productive Pelagian Basin.
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ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF AFRICA HYDROCARBONS INC.
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