With licensing rounds possibly on the horizon and more than a half dozen companies slated to acquire seismic data, there is potential for exploration activity to ramp up in Ghana, according to Aryeetey, who presented Oct. 12 during the Society of Exploration Geophysicists’ virtual SEG20 conference.

“Even in COVID times when most of operations have been suspended, we are expecting things will pick up next year,” Aryeetey said pointing out petroleum agreements with work obligations such as seismic acquisition and exploration drilling.

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