The Keta - Togo - Benin (KTB) Basin stretches across offshore and onshore Nigeria, Ghana, Togo and Benin in the Gulf of Guinea. It is an abrupt margin basin, with a thick sedimentary fill. The Togo sector is a narrow stretch of the basin sandwiched between Ghana and Benin. Compared to the giant discoveries of adjacent basins, the Niger Delta fan for example, the KTB Basin has yielded low discovered volumes. However, the 2013 Ogo discovery in Nigeria (750 mmboe) sparked new exploration interest. However, exploration in Togo remains low. Pre-2003, only a handful of shallow water wells were drilled. More recent exploration focused on the unexplored deepwater sector and Eni drilled an ultra deepwater wildcat in 2013. This well was dry, and in 2015 the company relinquished all its Togolese acreage. At the time of publication, no blocks were licensed in Togo and no companies were actively exploring. Full details are available for download in excel and pdf format.