Jubilant Energy delivers successful result from KSG-64 well, Kharsang field
BY IAN WALKER
Jubilant Energy an oil and gas exploration and production company, said Monday that KSG-64, the last well of the seven well Phase-III development drilling campaign in the oil producing Kharsang Field, Arunachal Pradesh, has been successfully tested for oil and has been put on production at an initial gross rate of 226 bopd.
Consortium has identified the interval of 1483 meters to 1486 meters measured depth in the S-00 reservoir sand for testing.
Detailed testing was carried out in this zone and presently the well is producing at a rate of around 226 bopd on self-flow mode.
In addition to the currently producing S-00 reservoir sand, one potential hydrocarbon bearing zone in the bottommost T-00 sand in the interval 1529 meters to 1532 meters MD has also been tested and produced gas with flowing tubing head pressure of 425 pound per square inch and CHP 853 psi through 7 mm choke.
An up hole hydrocarbon potential of around 60 meters net thickness, out of which 19 meters is of net oil bearing sands, have been identified in this well and will be taken up for testing in future.
Sixth well KSG-63 of the campaign tested gas and has been kept shut for future gas utilization, as may be commercially viable.
Consortium plans to drill six more development wells under the Phase III Extension program after receiving necessary approvals.
GeoEnpro Petroleum a joint venture of GeoPetrol and Jubilant Enpro a member of the wider Jubilant Bhartia Group is the operator of the Kharsang Field. Jubilant holds a 25% interest in the block through its subsidiary, Jubilant Energy. The other members of the consortium are Oil India and GeoPetrol.
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