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Total to drill another offshore well in South Africa early 2020


Total to drill another offshore well in South Africa early 2020

French oil and gas major Total said it will drill another exploration well in the 11B/12B block offshore South Africa in the first quarter of next year, a senior company official said on Tuesday.

Earlier this year, Total opened up a new playoff South Africa's southern coast, after making an offshore discovery that could contain 1 billion barrels of total resources while drilling its Brulpadda prospects in the Outeniqua Basin.

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