This discovery was made by evaluating and re-testing Well No. C1-NC74A and confirmed by drilling the Appraisal Well No. C2-NC74A. This new field is located 42 kilometers north of Zella Field.
Primary data indicated that the Facha reservoir in the Jeer formation contains oil at a depth of 5,032 feet, which has been supported by successful production tests, where the daily production rate was 550 barrels of high quality oil through a 128/44 inch choke.
The other discovery was made by the German Company, RWE Dea North Africa & Middle East, Libya Branch, in Block NC193 at Sirte Basin.
The primary test was made in the Dahra formation at depths of between 4,244 – 4,214 feet, where the crude oil flowed at an average of 410 barrels per day through a 32/64 inch choke.
The discovered crude gravity is around 35 degrees API.
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