Roc Oil Spuds Flying Foam-1 Wildcat Well

The ENSCO-67 jackup has commenced drilling Flying Foam-1, a rank wildcat well operated by Roc Oil on behalf of the WA-327-P Joint Venture, in the offshore Perth Basin. Currently, the well is drilling ahead at 177 meters below rotary table after setting 20" conductor pipe at 137 MBRT.

Flying Foam-1 is a vertical well, located in 65 meters of water, 160 km northwest of Geraldton, Western Australia and 230 km northwest of the Cliff Head Oil Field. The well will test a 3D seismic-defined structure with an estimated recoverable reserve potential of 15 30 MMBO. The well is expected to reach a Total Depth of 1,431 MBRT during the course of this week.

The Flying Foam Joint Venture comprises:

Roc Oil (WA) Pty Ltd (Operator) 37.50%
Apache Northwest Pty Limited 37.50%
ARC Energy 20.00%
Wandoo Petroleum Pty Ltd 5.00%

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