Centropus rectunguis Greater Coucal
Centropus sinensis Lesser Coucal
Centropus bengalensis Oriental Bay Owl Phodilus badius Reddish Scops-owl Otus rufescens Collared Scops-owl Otus lempiji Barred Eagle-owl Bubo sumatranus Buffy Fish-owl Ketupa ketupu Brown Boobook Ninox scutulata Brown Wood-owl Strix leptogrammica Frogmouth Batrachostomus spec.
Aldabra has five species that are potential nest predators: the terrestrial Robber Crab (Birgus latro), Malagasy Kestrel (Falco newtoni), Malagasy Coucal
(Centropus toulou), Pied Crow (Corvus albus), and black rat (Rattus rattus), the latter being an introduced species.
The Company expects a material improvement in export capacity from the area once its wholly-owned and operated 10-inch export pipeline from Obangue directly to Coucal
66 (Streptopelia decaocto) 27 Greater Coucal
R (Centropus sinensis) 28 Grey Francolin R 4.
Completion of the pipeline is scheduled for June 2006 and subsequent commissioning of the pipeline is planned to coincide with the completion of the Tsiengui Central Production Facility ("CPF") and the Coucal
Export Pump Station.
40/bbl for proved plus probable ("2P") reserves; - Commenced construction of a 10-inch export pipeline 33 km from Tsiengui to Coucal
to handle all of the Company's current and future production from Obangue, Tsiengui and Awoun; - Commenced Tsiengui production in June, contracted a drilling rig for a two-year drilling programme, and began development drilling by year- end in the Tsiengui field; - Acquired interests in 539,000 acres (218,000 hectares) of exploration lands including a 25.
Construction of the 29 km 10" export pipeline from Tsiengui to Coucal
is progressing as planned, with the pipeline expected to be commissioned by July 2006.
Approximately 26 kilometers of 10-inch diameter line pipe has been delivered to Port Gentil, Gabon along with the associated valves, fittings and materials to construct the export pipeline south between Obangue and the Total-operated Coucal
PanOcean is constructing a 26 kilometre, 10-inch diameter, crude oil export pipeline from the Company's Obangue Field south to the Total-operated Coucal
The Tsiengui to Coucal
export pipeline is being completed and commissioning was delayed approximately 60 days due to delayed arrival of SCADA instrumentation equipment - commissioning is now expected in September; - Exploration success with an appraisal well on the east flank of Obangue - the well encountered high quality Gamba and Dentale reservoirs and is expected to expand the size of the field significantly.
While the Company continues to be constrained by the capacity limits at Avocette, significant progress has been made during the quarter on the next phase of the export pipeline, a ten-inch line direct from Obangue to Coucal
The balance of the export pipeline system construction remaining is an export pumping and metering station immediately downstream of the Total Coucal