The company, in its financial results statement, highlighted that it is realising plans for the Thali license in Cameroon which could transform the group, meanwhile, it said that assets in Namibia and South Africa are attracting lots of industry attention.
Presently, the company continues to adjust its near term strategy to focus on lower risk exploration and development within proven basins (like the Thali project, for example).
During 2018, the company spent US$1.2mln on exploration and evaluation at Thali and it published a reserves report for the project.
The exploration company reported a reduced loss before impairment of US$1mln, from US$1.6mln in 2017, and a total comprehensive loss of US$3.82mln for the year. It included an impairment of US$2.8mln to the value of Tower’s Zambia licences.
Tower ended the year with US$331,000 of cash.
In the current financial year, the company has raised £1.7mln through a share placing priced at 1p per share, along with a further US$750,000 brought in via an interim financing facility.