SOSINA Exploration Ltd.

SOSINA aims to identify po­ten­tial oil and gas ac­cu­mu­la­tions in co-ope­ra­tion with part­ners with­in the oil/gas indu­stry.

SOSINA at­tempts to use high-tech met­hods in seis­mic reser­voir cha­ra­cte­ri­za­tion to re­du­ce un­cer­ta­in­ty in ex­plo­ra­tion and ap­prai­sal.

This re­duc­tion un­locks new plays and al­lows the de­ve­lop­ment of pre­vi­ously mar­gin­al dis­cove­ries.




28 April 2016

Providence Resources/SOSINA and Schlumberger in cooperation have completed the analysis of the 3D seismic responses from the Druid and Drombeg prospects

The responses are consistent with the presence of two large vertically stacked stratigraphically oil accumulations showing total cumulative in-place un-risked prospective resources of c. 5.095 BBO (PMean). ........Read more at the Providence Resources news release >>


23 June 2015

New 2D seismic data confirm the presence of the large Cretaceous four-way dip closure on the Newgrange prospect

Seismic velocity analysis indicates significant porosity preservation within the Cretaceous reservoir target, and possible overburden shallow gas effects potentially supports hydrocarbon migration into the licence area  ........Read more >>


18 June 2015

New 3D seismic data indicate the presence of a significant Paleocene deep-water channelized system in the Ruadhan area, previously referred to "Spanish Point South"

The previous Amoco 35/18-1 well - that encountered strong hydrocarbon shows in a low permeability sandstone reservoir - appears to have been drilled on the margin of the channel. ........Read more >> 


16 June 2015

The presence of a new, large Paleocene deep-water fan prospect (‘Druid’) confirmed by means of new 3D seismic data

The Druid prospect is vertically stacked above the underlying Lower Cretaceous Drombeg prospect. The central part of the Druid fan exhibits  ........Read more >>

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Flare from the Hook Head well drilled in September 2007

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