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Presentation by Ian Reid february 2012
Presentation by Ian Reid february 2012
Presentation by Ian Reid february 2012
Presentation by Ian Reid february 2012
Presentation by Ian Reid february 2012
Presentation by Ian Reid february 2012
Presentation by Ian Reid february 2012
Presentation by Ian Reid february 2012
Presentation by Ian Reid february 2012
Presentation by Ian Reid february 2012
Presentation by Ian Reid february 2012
Presentation by Ian Reid february 2012
Presentation by Ian Reid february 2012
Presentation by Ian Reid february 2012
Presentation by Ian Reid february 2012
Presentation by Ian Reid february 2012
Presentation by Ian Reid february 2012
Presentation by Ian Reid february 2012
Presentation by Ian Reid february 2012
Presentation by Ian Reid february 2012
Presentation by Ian Reid february 2012
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  • 1. Offshore Peru Block Z34 Early Indications from the Results of 3D Seismic Survey
  • 2. Important Notice• This document (“Presentation”) and the information contained in it is being provided by Gold Oil Plc (the “Company”) in connection with a presentation to existing and prospective investors and journalists being carried out by the Company. This document and the information contained in it is solely the responsibility of the Company and its directors.• The information in this Presentation, which includes certain information drawn from public sources, does not purport to be comprehensive, and has not been independently verified and is liable to change. The date of this Presentation is 8 November 2011.• No representation or warranty, express or implied, is made by or on behalf of the Company or any of its shareholders, agents, advisers, officers, directors or employees, as to the accuracy, reliability or completeness of the information or opinions contained herein or in any revision of this document or of any other written or oral information made or to be made available to any interested party or its advisers and, save in the case of fraud, no responsibility or liability is accepted (and all such liability is hereby excluded) for any such information or opinions. No responsibility is accepted by any of them for any errors, misstatements in or omissions from, this Presentation, nor for any direct or consequential loss howsoever arising from any use of, or reliance on, this Presentation or otherwise in connection with it.• This Presentation and the information contained herein does not constitute or form any part of an offer or invitation to sell or issue, or any solicitation of any offer to purchase or subscribe or otherwise acquire, any ordinary shares in the Company in any jurisdiction, nor shall it, or any part of it, or the fact of its distribution, form the basis of, or be relied on in connection with, any contract therefor. No reliance may be placed for any purpose whatsoever on the information or opinions contained in this document or on its completeness. Neither this Presentation nor any copy of this Presentation and the information contained therein should be distributed by recipients and, in particular, should not be:- – (a) distributed to persons with addresses in the United States of America, Canada, Japan, Australia, South Africa or the Republic of Ireland, their territories or possessions, or in any other country outside the United Kingdom; or – (b) distributed to any US person (as defined in Regulation S under the United States Securities Act of 1933 (as amended); or – (c) distributed to any individual outside Australia, Canada or Japan who is resident thereof in any such case for the purpose of offer for sale or solicitation or invitation to buy or subscribe any securities in the context where its distribution may be construed as such offer, solicitation or invitation, in any such case except in compliance with any applicable exemption. 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This Presentation is therefore exempt from the general restriction on the communication of invitations or inducements to enter into investment activity and has not been approved by an authorised person, as would otherwise be required by section 21 of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000. Any investment to which this Presentation relates is available to (and any investment activity to which it relates will be engaged with) only Exempt Persons. Persons other than Exempt Persons should not take any action nor rely upon this Presentation, should return this Presentation immediately to the Company and should not stay for the remainder of the Presentation.• By staying for the remainder of this Presentation, each person is deemed to confirm, warrant and represent that they are an Exempt Person, and accept all the conditions set out above.• Statements in this Presentation regarding the Company’s or its management’s intentions, beliefs or expectations, or that otherwise speak to future events, are “forward-looking statements”. Forward- looking statements may be identified by terminology including “could”, “may”, “will”, “should”, “expect”, “plan”, “except”, “project”, “estimate”, “predict”, “anticipate”, “believes”, “intends” and the negative of these terms or other comparable terminology. Such statements are based on the Company’s current expectations and involve a number of risks, uncertainties and assumptions and should not be considered as guarantees of future performance. These statements include, without limitation, statements about the Company’s market opportunity, growth strategy, competition, expected exploration and development activities, future acquisitions and investments, the adequacy of the Company’s available cash resources and the availability of future cash resources. Future results and developments discussed in these statements (and in particular, but without limitation, on slide 23 of this Presentation) may also be affected by numerous factors and risks beyond the Company’s control, including political or economic conditions in areas where the Company operates, trade and regulatory matters, general economic conditions (including currency and commodity prices), and other factors and risks. Readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on these forward-looking statements. The Company does not undertake to update, revise or correct any of the forward-looking information.
  • 3. General activities of Gold Oil
  • 4. Peru Offshore Block Z34Description:• Large offshore block (370,000 Hectares)• Located in the offshore Talara Basin• Next to the Talara oil fields (>1.5 billion barrels produced)• The block is in water depths ranging from 100m to >2000m• Gold Oil 100%Current Status:• Acquired 2,013 km of 2D seismic in 2009; processed and interpreted• Acquired over 800 sq km marine 3D in July/August 2011• Scope increased significantly (from 500 to 800 sq km) but within original budgetThe Opportunity:• The USGS estimates that 1.68 billion barrels remains to be found in Peru, predominantly offshore• Numerous (>10) leads identified on 2D seismic• Significant resources with company making potentialOur Plan:Processing of 3D seismic commencedInterpretation to be finalised Q4 Seismic example showing tilted fault blockSeek partner to fund two wells in 2012/13 Seismic line through Pisco and Chilcano fault block leads 4
  • 5. Location Map
  • 6. Block Z34 ~ Positive read across from BlockZ38• Karoon Gas farmed in funding seismic and two wells• D&M valued Karoon Gas’ 75% of Block Z38 at US $657 million.• Karoon announced plan to drill 2012• Latest report shows Block Z38 unrisked P50 resources at 2.2 billion barrels• ‘G’ Prospect target in Block Z38 seen extending into Block Z34.• Mean Prospective resource of 419 MMb Gold Oil has 100% equity and ascribes a significant value to neighbouring Block Z34 6
  • 7. Block Z34 ~ Prospects and Leads Summary Prospect ‘G’ Cuy Substantial Identified Hydrocarbon Potential • Significant leads/prospects identified • 2D seismic interpretation indicates large structures • Completed 3D seismic in July/Aug 2011 to confirm and further define the prospects to ‘drill ready’ status Block Z34 Gross Unrisked Resource Potential Francesca P (10) P (50) P (90) Prospect /Lead mmboe mmboe mmboe Chilcano 1,985 823 191 Prospect ‘G’ 311 150 31 Pisco Pisco 752 134 8 Francesca 832 232 109 Cuy 214 67 35 Chilcano ____________ _______ ______ _____ Total Unrisked 4,094 1,406 374 Note: Figures based on internal Gold Oil estimates 7
  • 8. Erika 3D Seismic Acquisition• Environmental authorisation awarded 9th of May 2011 by the Ministry of Mines and Energy• Contract signed with BGP Geoexplorer 4th of July 2011• Vessel BGP Pioneer mobilised from Africa• Adquisition initiated 6th July 2011 from Paita• ~800+ km sq km 3D in two areas over Erika North and South• Some 2D seismic lines• Processing is in progress with CGGVeritas
  • 9. Seismic Database • Gold Oil acquired 2013 Km seismic 2D in 2009, only onboard processing with poor data quality resulting. Erika North • Gold Oil contracted Schlumberger Australia to 3D area reprocess the seismic information by Gold to PSTM • The SEG Y archives were received in September 2010 and were reinterpreted. • Gold Oil acquired 800 sq km of 3D seismic in 2011, which is currently being processed and a preliminary cube of Erika South is available today. • Additional 2D and 3D is available that covers the adjacent blocks including the inshoreErika South blocks, and some of the well data. 3D area
  • 10. Prospects mapped on 2D seismic data Reservoirs of Eocene sedimentary sequences with traps in rollover anticlines with 4-way dip closure. Erika North zone 3D Reservoirs of Eocene sedimentary sequences with traps in fault blocks and fault closure. Reservoirs of Eocene sedimentary sequences with traps in rollover anticlines with fault closure. Stratigraphic traps of deep marine fans (LST) of the Oligocene or Miocene. Possible objectives in poorly defined structures from deeper levels. Erika South zone 3D Shallow turbidites from Oligocene depocentres.
  • 11. Talara Basin Petroleum System Seals – marine shales segregate and sealing sandstone beds and lateral seals across faults Reservoirs – Eocene coastal and shallow water sandstones and deep water turbidites of Talara and Salinas groups. Source rock – Analysis of oils in Talara Basin indicates most likely candidates in Tertiary marine shales and in the case of Z34 the Late Cretaceous Redondo Shales are the most important. Traps – mainly structural and combination structural/stratigraphic, rotated fault blocks and turbidites.
  • 12. Redondo Formation Source RockSediment thickness of overburden of Oil Migration PathwaysRedondo Formation Northern oil generative kitchen Drainage cells For Northern prospects Blue= Thicker Red= Thinner Drainage cells Southern oil generative For kitchen Southern prospects
  • 13. Reservoirs1) Redondo Formation marine sandstones intraformationally sealed by marine shales2) Mal Paso, Petacas and Ancha formation sandstones sealed by Paleocene shales3) Mogollon sandstones sealed by shales in tilted fault blocks4) Deltaic sandstones of the Chacra-Salinas Group intraformationally and top sealed by Talara Shales5) Talara Sandstone distal marine and turbidite sandstones6) Basal Miocene slope fans7) Basal Miocene basin floor fans
  • 14. Pariñas Fm reservoir/ Talara Fm seal Seismic data shows juxtaposition of reservoir / seal facies in deltaic sequences beneath prograding deeper marine shalesLine NS-04 Progradational Facies Deltaic Facies
  • 15. Fault blocks on 2D in Erika South Area Erika South
  • 16. Anticline on 2D in the Erika North area Erika North
  • 17. Type 1 Prospect – Erika South 3D Eocene deltaic sandstones in Rollover anticline West East Water depth 900m Time slice Cross Line
  • 18. Type 2 Prospect – Erika South 3D Middle and upper Eocene deltaic sandstones in fault blocks West East Water depth 800m Arbitrary line Time slice
  • 19. Type 3 Prospect – Erika South 3D Stratigraphic traps of the Oligocene and Miocene? West East Water depth 1300m Cross Line
  • 20. Type 4 Prospect – Erika North 3D Eocene deltaic sandstones in Rollover anticline Post stack migration
  • 21. Contacts Gold Oil Plc Richard Mew Chief Executive Officer rmew@goldoilplc.com Ian Reid Exploration Director ireid@goldoilplc.com 21

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