From May 20th to 23rd, Wang Xiulin, chief geologist of Poly-GCL Petroleum Group Holding Co., Ltd., led professional technicians from the exploration, development and technical support departments of the company to visit the Ethiopian Ministry of Mines to discuss the results of aerial gravity and magnetic survey of oil and gas blocks, strata improving measures, and to report study and research progress for four exploration blocks and three oil and gas fields, and the work plan for the next step forward.

    In order to smoothly promote this exchange, the company’s technical staff from exploration and development team began intensive preparation of materials one month in advance, and repeatedly conducted internal reports and improvements. During the exchange, Zhang Bin, general manager of Poly-GCL Petroleum Group Investment Co., Ltd. said that in the past five years, Poly-GCL Petroleum Group has done a lot of fruitful work in the field of advancing the research and construction of Ethiopian natural gas projects, and has maintained good and close cooperation with the Ministry of Mines. In order to further strengthen the understanding of each other’s work, it is necessary for both parties to organize professional seminars in a timely manner. It is hoped that the company’s exploration and development team will seize the opportunity to clearly report the progress and ideas of the work to the Ministry of Mines, and listen carefully for opinions and suggestions.

    After three days of efficient exchanges, the company’s exploration and development team answered and discussed 65 questions raised by the Ethiopian Ministry of Mines. Ketsela, the Director of the Ethiopian Ministry of Mines’ Petroleum Bureau, expressed satisfaction with the results of the exchange and believed that this exchange would be beneficial for Poly-GCL Petroleum Group to promote the Ethiopian natural gas project and he will continue to support the research and construction planning of the Company. It is hoped that both parties will normalize technological exchanges as a policy.