Strike Energy Limited (Strike) provided Tuesday an update on its continuing production testing program at its Southern Cooper Basin Gas Project in PEL 96 (Strike 66.7 percent and Operator, Energy World Corporation 33.3 percent) in South Australia.
Production testing operations have continued to progress over the Christmas and New Year period with steady increases in gas production observed.
The principal objectives of this program have been achieved, with sustained gas flows to surface at both locations and gas flows from Le Chiffre 1 being sufficient to flare.
In particular, analysis of Le Chiffre 1 downhole pressure, gas production and gas sample data has confirmed that gas saturation is in excess of 90 percent at this location.
To date, 45 days of cumulative testing has been completed at Klebb 1 with 12,000 barrels of water produced with sustained gas flow to surface established over this period.
Klebb 2 was commissioned just prior to year end with limited production time achieved before being shut in. Final commissioning of Klebb 3 has been delayed and will be completed upon recommencement of operations.
Le Chiffre 1
To date, 31 days of cumulative production data has been obtained from Le Chiffre 1 with 32,500 barrels of water produced. Sustained gas flows to surface have been established with gas flowing to the flare stack.
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