Overview

Falcon holds interests in almost 12.3 million gross acres prospective for mulitple BBO and TCF in three major underexplored basins in Hungary, Australia, and South Africa.

Beetaloo Basin, Australia
  • 4.6 million gross acres (1.4 million net acres) onshore Beetaloo Basin, Australia
  • Three Exploration Permits granted in 2005 and 2006
  • A$200 million Farm-Out with Origin and Sasol completed in August 2014 
  • Commencement of a nine well exploration and appraisal programme in 2015

Karoo Basin, South Africa
  • 7.5 million acres onshore Karoo Basin, South Africa
  • Highly competitive, strategic location 
  • Technical Cooperation Permit granted 2009, Exploration License pending
  • Cooperation Agreement with Chevron signed in Dec 2012 
Makó Trough, Hungary
  • 245,775 acres in the Mako Trough, Central Pannonian Basin
  • 35-year Production License granted May 21, 2007

  • Overview
  • Beetaloo Basin, Australia
  • Karoo Basin, South Africa
  • Makó Trough, Hungary
  • Falcon Oil & Gas News and Articles on Proactive Investors

    Falcon Oil & Gas boss O’Quigley reacts to “big well” result for Australian shale venture

    “This is a big well in the Beetaloo for many reasons, larg...

    Drilling at Falcon Oil & Gas’s Beetaloo project yields “encouraging” results

    Falcon encountered “significant net pay” in the Middle Velke...

    Falcon Oil spuds Beetaloo well, readies for Amungee fracking

    “We look forward to updating the market on both of these key...

    Falcon Oil & Gas advancing towards production testing

    Amungee NW-1H, drilled last year, in Australia’s Beetaloo sh...