October 2012. Ibex Oil Exploration Services (Tanzania) will shortly be starting tank cleaning operations in Tanzania.

January/February 2011

Rig move. Caroil Rig 14 Mombe-Duala-Ngata, Cameroon. Perenco/Losert

Completed rig move of rig and operator equipment . 18000 shipping tons. Multi modal transport solution using tug and barge( 30 barge loads) and road trucking (180 trailers). Successfully completed the operation in 32 days with no lost time and no damage to client equipment.

May/June 2010

Rig Move Caroil Rig 6 Tanzania. Maurel and Prom/ Alpha Logistics.

Completed rig move of 8000 shipping tons ( 110 trailer loads) of rig and camp from Likonde in southern Tanzania to Kianyika a distance of 320kms. Hard top and offroad move. Successfully completed the rig move in 17 days with no lost time accident and no damage to client equipment.

March 2010

Rig Move Caroil Rig 14. Mafia Island. Tanzania. Maurel and Prom/Alpha Logistics.

Directed and managed the construction of temporary jetty on Mafia island offshore Tanzania and directed and managed the transport of 10,000 shipping tons of rig and equipment and camp from 20 kms inshore Mafia island to offshore loaded on Beluga Projects vessel MV Beluga Fascination. Successfully completed in 8 days with no lost time accident or damage to client’s equipment.

Ibex signed an MoU with DOSECC Exploration Services LLC on the 12th January 2009 to cooperate by providing services relating to sampling the earth’s continental crust. The parties agree that they will provide equipment and operations in the geographical areas of East Africa, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, DRC Congo, Somalia, Mozambique, Madagascar and Sudan. Operations will be onshore and offshore.
Related Oilfield News
By Ibrahim Kasita (New Vision Online)

Further huge oil deposits have been discovered in the Butiaba region on Lake Albert, Tullow Oil, a UK exploration group, said on Tuesday (20th January 2009). “Buffalo-Giraffe is one of the largest recent onshore oil discoveries in Africa,” Aidan Heavy, the Tullow chief executive officer, said in a statement. “Combined with our other finds in the region, we have now clearly exceeded the thresholds for basin development. Mr Heavy added that options for commercialisation and first oil production were being fast-tracked. The Giraffe-1 exploration well, which is located in the Butiaba region of Uganda Block 1, has over 38 metres of net oil pay within an 89 metre gross oil bearing interval. These results demonstrate Giraffe to be a down-dip extension of the Buffalo discovery, making this the largest discovery in the Lake Albert Rift Basin to date. Tullow has interests in three licences in the Lake Albert Rift Basin in Uganda. Tullow operates Block 2 with a 100% interest and has a 50% interest in Blocks 1 and 3A which are operated by Heritage Oil (50%).