ERHC Energy is a visionary oil and gas company that currently is focused on exploiting its assets -- rights to working interests in oil and gas reserves in Sub-Saharan Africa.

In the Republic of Kenya, ERHC has a strong alliance with CEPSA, which is an experienced exploration and production company. In 2016, CEPSA is scheduled to spud the first well in Block 11A in northwestern Kenya. The Block is in the vicinity of Block 10BB in which significant oil discoveries have recently been announced. East Africa has emerged in recent years as one of the world's most exciting new oil provinces.

In the Republic of Chad, ERHC has interests in Block BDS 2008, which lies next to the Doba Basin oilfield. That field in 2010 had an average daily production of 122,500 barrels of crude oil per day. 

Additionally, the National Petroleum Agency of São Tomé & Príncipe (ANP-STP) on behalf of the Government of São Tomé and Principe has awarded ERHC 100 percent working interests in Block 4 of the São Tomé & Príncipe Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ). ERHC also has the option to acquire up to a 15 percent paid working interest in another two blocks of ERHC’s choice. The Company would be responsible for its proportionate share of exploration and exploitation costs in the EEZ blocks.

ERHC has extensive interests in the Nigeria / São Tomé and Principe Joint Development Zone (JDZ) in the Gulf of Guinea. These interests include:

  • JDZ Block 2:  22.0%
  • JDZ Block 3:  10.0%
  • JDZ Block 4:  19.5%
  • JDZ Block 5:  15.0%
  • JDZ Block 6:  15.0%
  • JDZ Block 9:  20.0%

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