Oil and Gas Development Co. Discovers Gas Onshore Pakistan
Pakistan's Oil and Gas Development Company announcted on behalf of Guddu Joint Venture that it has made a gas discovery at the Reti Exploratory Well No. 01-A (Guddu Block) which is located in District Ghotki of Sindh province.
The Guddu Joint Venture is comprised of OGDCL, IPRTOC and Government Holdings (Pvt.) Limited, having 70%, 25% & 5% (pre-
commercial) Working Interests, respectively.
The Reti Well No. 01-A was drilled down to its Target Depth of 770 meters. Based on electric logs, geological and drilling data, the production testing commenced on August 1, 2009. The objective of the test was to evaluate the potential of Pirkoh Limestone of middle Eocene age.
Three zones in the Pirkoh limestone have been selected for testing. Zone-I in the interval (641 - 634 = 07 M) proved to be tight and
water bearing, while Zone-II, (616 – 598 =18M) on 36/34" choke size has produced 2.82 MMSCFD/D of gas with a wellhead flowing
pressure of 498 Psi. The short duration preliminary testing results are as under:
|Choke Size||WHFP (PSI)||Quantity of Gas (MMSCFD)||Quantity of Condensate (BPD)||Quantity of Water (BPD)|
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