The Rani Woro jackup was released from the Mubarek H-2 drilling location on May 18th after completing and perforating the well, and has moved to another field nearby to drill for another operator. The Rani Woro will return to the Mubarek field to drill the second of two obligation infill wells in the third quarter 2006.
"We are very pleased that we have completed drilling operations and are now only a week or so away from beginning production," said Brent Kinney, chief executive officer at Sky Petroleum, Inc.
Crescent is one of the United Arab Emirates' most established and successful, integrated low-cost operators with over 30 years of extensive experience in the region. As operator of the Mubarek Field for over three decades, Crescent brings extensive knowledge of the subsurface conditions of the Mubarek Field. The first commercial oil was produced from the Mubarek Field in the mid-1970s and the field has been in continuous production since then.
Sky Petroleum is an oil and gas exploration company. Sky Petroleum's primary focus is to seek opportunities where discoveries can be appraised rapidly, and developments can be advanced either by accessing existing infrastructure, or by applying the extensive experience of established joint-venture partners. In addition, the company also plans some higher risk, higher reward exploration prospects.
Most Popular Articles
From the Career Center
Jobs that may interest you