kabeljou

kabeljou

(ˈkɑːbəlˌjəʊ)
n
(Animals) South African a large marine sciaenid fish, Argyrosomus hololepidotus, that is an important food fish of South African waters
[C18: from Afrikaans, from Dutch, cod]
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Although the oil exploration company continues to hold healthy cash reserves at around US$54 million according to a recent company statement, investors have been skeptical about its ability to find oil in the Atlantic margins after the Kabeljou well on the Nimrod prospect turned out dry.
For fish, there are dozens of creative recipes, from sardines to grunter or kabeljou.
The operator has confirmed that the drilling campaign began this morning on the Kabeljou (2714/6-1) exploration well using the Ocean Rig Poseidon drill ship.
Instead of haddock or cod my lunch was kabeljou - a South African white sh with chips and a side of mushy peas.
Hy noem dan voorbeelde van visse soos kabeljou en snoek, voels soos fisante en vinke, soogdiere soos jakkalse, dassies en seekoeie, plante soos preie en borne soos sipresse en boekenhout (Scholtz, 1974:16-21).
As part of its 4 to 5 well drilling programme, the company announced in May and August that it had found no commercial hydrocarbons in the Tapir South exploration well in Northern Block 1811A and in the Kabeljou well.
The company entered an agreement with Ocean Rig UDW in order to use the Ocean Rig Poseidon drill ship to drill the Kabeljou (2714/6-1) well on the Nimrod prospect, in which Chariot has a 25% equity interest.
Before the announcement of the results of the Kabeljou well, investors had responded positively to the prospects of an oil discovery at the well, considered a much better prospect than the Tapir South well, after initial scepticism.
The Kabeljou well is expected to take approximately 2 months to drill.
In a week when the euphoria surrounding the supposed oil discovery in Namibian waters was dealt a fatal blow when Chariot announced that they had abandoned drilling on the Kabeljou well after no commercial hydrocarbons were discovered, Benson's achievements gave the country something to smile about and forget about the oil disappointment.
Drilling of Kabeljou, also known as 2714/6-1 - the second well in the exploration program, is expected to be done earlier then the original set date.
The Namibia Fish Consumption Promotion Trust said it will also establish a SMS voting poll to invite the public to vote for either Kabeljou, Steenbraas or Horse Mackerel as the national fish species.