Senegal discovers 10 bncm

Feb 26, 1997 01:00 AM

Senegal's state company PETROSEN has discovered natural gas reserves estimated at 10 billion cubic metres in the region of Thies, 70 km (45 miles) from the Senegalese capital. A PETROSEN official said the new field would cover Senegal's needs in natural gas for 30 years. In the same region, a gas field with reserves estimated at 500 million cubic metres was found in 1993.

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