Mirach Gets Nod to Drill Infill Wells at Kampung Minyak Field

Singapore-listed oil and gas exploration and production company Mirach Energy Limited announced that it will commence drilling another 4 new infill wells which form part of the 9 wells that will be drilled this year at the Kampung Minyak (KM) oil field in south Sumatra, Indonesia, having received the approval from Pertamina EP.

The first two wells to be drilled are KM-607 and KM-611.The drilling depth ranges from 1,476 feet (450 meters) to 1,640 feet (500 meters), with production expected from 3 to 5 major oil zones with a total thickness of 59 feet (18 meters) to 118 feet (36 meters) in each well.

PT Daqing Jaya (a unit of PetroChina group) has been awarded the drilling services contract while PT Henan (a unit of Sinopec) is contracted to provide mud logging. The 450HP (horsepower) drilling rig is stationed on site for the drilling.

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