Oil and Gas Development Company Limited announced Tuesday that it has discovered gas at the Aradin-I exploration well, located at the Khewari Exploratory License in Pakistan.
Drilled to a depth of 14,009 feet, the well has delivered an output of 5.10 million cubic feet of gas per day through a 20/64 inch choke at a wellhead flow pressure of 2,750 pounds per square inch. The discovery, which is OGDCL’s 104th, was made together with OGDCL’s joint venture partner Government Holdings Private Limited.
Commenting on the latest discovery, an OGDCL statement said:
“This discovery will add to the hydrocarbon reserves base of the company and joint venture partners, bringing significant savings to the country.”
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