Tag Oil Cases Mangamingi-1
Independent Canadian oil and gas company Tag Oil Ltd. said that the Mangamingi-1 exploration well drilled directionally in PEP 38758 (Tag 100%) in onshore Taranaki, New Zealand, has reached a total measured depth of 1,871m (6,138'), representing a true vertical depth of 1,550m (5,085'). After evaluation of drilling data, the decision was made to case the well in preparation for further testing.
Tag Oil President Drew Cadenhead commented: "Mangamingi-1 has confirmed our theory that oil has migrated through the underlying wedge of thrusted basement sediments and has accumulated in the overlying shallow Miocene sediments in this under-explored eastern region of the Taranaki Basin."
The company will initiate a completion and testing program dependant on equipment availability over the next two weeks.
Tag Oil Ltd. is an independent Canadian oil and gas exploration and
production company with a well-balanced portfolio of assets in and around the
Canterbury, Taranaki and East Coast basins of New Zealand. With exploration
permits totaling 3,686,593 gross acres (net 1,847,593). Tag Oil is one of the
largest holders of prospective acreage in New Zealand.
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