Nido, on behalf of the SC 54B Joint Venture, provided the following update on the Gindara-1 well.
The 9 5/8" casing has been successfully run to the casing setting depth of 3,337.6 meters MD (3,315.6 meters TVDss). The 9 5/8" casing is currently being cemented in-place. Following completion of casing operations, the 8 ½" hole section will be drilled through the remaining Lower Pagasa shales and into the Nido Limestone Formation, the primary reservoir objective in the Gindara-1 well.
Jon Pattillo, Nido's Head of Exploration commented, "We are looking forward to drilling ahead at Gindara-1 following completion of the 9 5/8” casing activities. Drilling operations at Gindara-1 have gone very well and we have now reached the most exciting stage as we approach the primary reservoir objective – the Nido Limestone.
The results from the Coron Clastics secondary reservoir objective do not impact the hydrocarbon potential of the deeper Nido Limestone, which we look forward to drilling with keen anticipation over the coming week."
Subject to any operational delays, Nido anticipates that it will be drilling ahead over the weekend and will provide a further update to the market when the results from the Nido Limestone are known.
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