George, Dev
September 1995
Offshore;Sep95, Vol. 55 Issue 9, p10
Trade Publication
Reports on developments in the offshore oil industry in Africa. Includes the Nigerian seismic survey completed by Geco Prakla as the world's largest as of September 1995; Equatorial Guinea's Zafiro area's testing of oil from two wells drilled subsidiaries of United Meridian and Mobil.


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