Of the three blocks, Block 15 is situated throughout the Sultanate of Oman’s northern oil province some 250 km west of Muscat and 25 km southwest of provincial city of Ibri. It’s situated alongside the northeastern fringe of petroleum basin.
“Tight fuel is the predominant play inside Block 15,” the ministry mentioned.
Block 36 covers 18,625 sqkm and is alongside the border with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Republic of Yemen and is on the South-Japanese fringe of the Japanese Rub al Khali basin, one of the vital prolific oil and fuel basins on the planet.
Block 54 covers a 5,627 sqkm space and situated in a calmly drilled space, the Japanese Flank province.