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Yemen

Yemen

JMJ Petroleum has undertaken several major fieldwork studies in Yemen and other countries in the Middle East, through to North Africa. This includes both depositional and structural mapping, with the latter focused on defining the structural closure of prospects and leads.

Much of this work complements our non-exclusive (multiclient) product suite for this region, providing an invaluable insight into the actual characteristics of the rocks in the basins being studied at the field-scale. This has been particularly useful with regards to assessing and predicting reservoir poroperm characteristics and the influence of fracture networks on production flow rates.

East Africa

East Africa

After undertaking several conventional (oil and gas) and unconventional (CBM, oil shale, and shale gas ) opportunity screening studies in East and Central Africa, we have now been directly involved in several assets located along the East African Rift System.

Our most recent involvement has been evaluating the Karoo rift potential in Malawi for both conventional and unconventional resources. This has involved the QC and interpretation of airborne magnetic and radiometric data.

Mongolia

Mongolia

Over the last four years, JMJ Petroleum has been actively involved in both conventional (oil and gas) and unconventional (CBM, oil shale, and shale gas ) resource studies, including both in-depth studies at the regional through to block-scale and extensive fieldwork. During this time, we have established strong links with the Petroleum Authority of Mongolia (PAM) and have had the privilege of their direct involvement in our activities, with lead geologists accompanying us in the field. This has unquestionably increased our knowledge base of the numerous basins throughout the country, and we now have probably one of the most comprehensive G&G databases for Mongolia as a whole.

Much of our recent fieldwork has been conducted in some of the most remote areas of Mongolia, for instance, in the extreme southwest corner of the country near to the border with China.

Pakistan

Pakistan

Extensive fieldwork-based studies have been carried out in the foothills of Pakistan through to the Himalayan Fold and Thrust Belt (Nanga Parbat and Karakoram areas) for both conventional (oil and gas) and unconventional resources, respectively.

The field observations have been tied into Landsat imagery and digital elevation data as a means of establishing the stratigraphic and structural framework of the areas of interest. For the conventional field mapping in the Pakistan foothills, the outcrop data has been combined with seismic and well data, where available, to generate structural cross-sections and to identify potential drillable structures.

Brunei-Sarawak

Brunei-Sarawak

Two conventional (oil and gas) blocks dominate the onshore area of Brunei – Blocks L and M – with exploration activity now spanning over a century. JMJ Petroleum's first involvement (over five years ago) was for the operators of Block M, which included both an in-depth petroleum systems evaluation and play mapping exercise using all available data (e.g., seismic, well, and gravity) and extensive fieldwork. The structural fieldwork was conducted principally in two areas: (1) reconnaissance mapping of the so called ‘Tubei Thrust’ in the somewhat inaccessible southwestern part of the block, close to the Sarawak (Malaysia) border, requiring helicopter support and the use of fly camps; and (2) the Belait Oil Field, with the aim to tie in surface observations with well and 3D seismic data.

Based on the recommendations by the operators of Block M and Petroleum Brunei (PB), exactly the same block evaluation study has been undertaken for Block L. This also culminated in several separate phases of fieldwork, largely concentrated on the Jerudong Field and associated anticlinal and fault structures. Again, with the aim to tie in the surface observations with well and recently acquired 3D seismic data.

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