Beeswax are not that hard to find really. Next time you go to a farmers market, ask the honey seller there. Even if she doesn’t have it on display I bet she has some she could sell you. If you don’t have easy access to a farmers market this winter, call up a local honey producer in your area. Or you could always order it online. One of my local producers Marshall Farms up in Napa sells their beeswax online. In the New York metro area, Andrew’s Local Honey sells food-grade beeswax at a number of farmers market. (Unfortunately he doesn’t ship. If you East Coasters have a good source that ships, I’ll be happy to list them here, just leave the info in the comment section. Thanks.) Also, Tremblay Apiaries, who sell at the Union Square Green Market on Fridays and Saturdays, and also offer it online.
As part of the initial licence entry, the Company purchased 10,000km 2 of 2D seismic data over its Senegal Licences and compiled an extensive regional database. In addition, in May 2012, the Company completed a 3,600km 2 3D seismic acquisition over the SOSP licence block. In the ROP block an existing seismic dataset (2007 vintage) covering 1,800km 2 was purchased from Petrosen. This base dataset was reprocessed with the final product delivered in Q4 2014. 2D seismic data was also reprocessed to enable better regional well ties and geological understanding. Several large Cretaceous turbidite fan ‘leads’ have already been identified, these have been matured to prospects as the reprocessed data has been evaluated and included in the updated ERC Equipoise letter released in March 2015. The independently assessed leads and prospects estimates the net unrisked mean prospective oil resources at 1,779MMStb.