The Stena Clyde is was on location and running anchors. Yarri-1 is expected to take twenty-nine days to drill and reach a total depth of 2,891 meters RT. The rig was released from the Woolybutt-5 well on January 16th with the well being suspended for potential future use as a production well.
The Yarri-1 well is designed to test the Basal Mardie Geensand and Upper Barrow Group Sandstones with secondary targets in the Intra and Lower Barrow Group Sandstones within an interpreted 4-way dip closure to the south east and east of the Woollybutt North and Woollybutt South Oil Fields.
The results of the Yarri-1 well will be combined with that of the Woollybutt South Field to determine potential development options of the Woollybutt South Oil Field and any Yarri-1 discovery.
The Yarri-1 well is a Sole Risk well. As a result, Tap's equity interest in the Yarri prospect, subject to normal industry back in arrangements, is 18.75%.
WA-25-L Joint Venture participants in WA-25-L are Tap West Pty Ltd with 15%; Eni Australia as operator with 65% and Mobil Australia Resource Co. Pty with 20%; Yarri-1 participants are Tap West Pty Ltd with 18.75% and Eni Australia as operator with 81.25%.
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