Dragon Oil Tests Initial Rates of 2,223 bopd at Lam B/159 Well
Dragon Oil has completed and tested the Dzheitune (LAM) B/159 development well in Turkmenistan. The well, drilled by the Iran Khazar jackup to a depth of 9,514 feet (2,900 meters), was completed as a single producer. The well tested at a rate of 2,223 bopd.
Dragon Oil completed a total of eight wells on the Dzheitune (Lam) B platform, and now plans to deploy the jackup to the Lam A platform. The addition of several jackup rig slots added on the platform will allow the operator to drill and complete the Lam A/162 development well, before the rig performs a workover of the Lam A/127 well.
Currently, the NIS rig and Rig 40 are drilling the Lam 28/161 and 13/160 wells, respectively, which should be placed on production over the coming weeks. The Lam oil field is situated on Block 2 in the Cheleken Contract area offshore Turkmenistan, which Dragon Oil wholly owns and operates.SubseaIQ provides focused, in-depth coverage of offshore field development activities around the world, with daily updates on hundreds of offshore fields and facilities. Click here to sign up for the free weekly email newsletter.
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