The Company has also completed drilling the shallow well West Hoshia-1 located 4 kilometers south west of Hoshia-1 to a total depth of 2028 feet. Petrophysical logs and 15 feet of 8 1/2 inch core indicate 60 feet of potential heavy oil pay zone with average 17% porosity. West Hoshia-1 was drilled in 12 days between February, 27 and March 11, 2005. The Company will commence testing this well as soon as test equipment become available.
Fadl-1 which was drilled earlier in this exploration drilling campaign is currently being suspended while waiting for testing after completion of a cement squeeze job to isolate a water zone below 40 feet of potential heavy oil pay zone as indicated by petrophysical logs.
The Company is currently drilling it's forth exploration well, Naiem-1, located 6 kilometers south of Hana field which is currently producing at an average gross rate of 1,800 bbls of 26 degree API oil per day.
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