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Fortesa International

Introduction to AFRICA FORTESA

Established 1997; Onshore Gas-to-Power Since 2002, w/ 94% Local Content
Pipeline; Senegalese Management & up to 180 Employees; Community Involvement
Fortesa's Sister Co. (Africa Onshore Drilling Ltd.) Owns Two Complete Drilling Rigs That Reside in Senegal

Stable Gas and Liquids Production, with Large Installed Domestic Markets
Sustainable Gas Sales Agreement(s)
Gas price > $8 per MMBTU
Senegal Thermal Power Plants ready to accept Gaz

Forward Plan: Shallow Drilling Prospects ready to go
Seeking Cenomanian Gas Field(s) in 2017 for Increased Gas Production
Increase 2017 efforts towards Deeper Exploration for Cenomanian & Albian Reservoirs

Deeper Cenomanian & Albian Play Fairways Already De-risked On Trend with Cairn + Up-dip from Kosmos
Exploitation Permit estimated to contain additional reserves
Diender Permit Deeper UN-RISKED RESERVES are:
Significant Gas in Senonian & Cenomanian Formations
Likely Hydrocarbons in the Albian Formations & Deeper

Rogers Beall - Executive chairman

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Finding Oil and Gas in Sub Saharan Africa
Building on the success of Kosmos, Tullow and more in West and East Africa
25 Jun 2018

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Getting UKCS and NOCS Developments Right!
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