Roc Oil Says Hadda-1 a Dry Hole

Hadda Block, Perth Basin
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Roc Oil reports that the ENSCO 56 was released from the Hadda-1 location after the well had been plugged and abandoned as a dry hole with oil shows in tight sands.

Hadda-1, a rank exploration wildcat well, was drilled as a vertical well in about 45 meters of water, about 150 km northwest of Geraldton, Western Australia and some 200 km northwest of the Cliff Head Oil Field.

The Hadda Joint Venture comprises Roc Oil 37.5%; Apache with 37.%; Voyager with 10%; Bounty Oil & Gas 10%; Wandoo Petroleum with 5%.

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