Tullow IDs Gas Finds at Tano License
Tullow Oil has encountered gas-condensate in its Tweneboa-4 appraisal well in the Deepwater Tano license offshore Ghana. Data that was collected while drilling has confirmed that the gas-condensate accumulation extends to the western flank of the Tweneboa field.
Tweneboa-4 encountered 59 feet (18 meters) of net gas condensate pay in high-quality stacked reservoir sandstones which are in communication with both the Tweneboa-1 and Tweneboa-2 wells. The Deepwater Millennium drillship drilled the well to a total depth of 13,146 feet (4,007 meters) in a water depth of 4,711 feet (1,436 meters).
The well will be suspended for future use in the field’s appraisal and development, and then the rig will move to the Tweneboa-2 location to perform a drill stem test. Tullow operates the Deepwater Tano license, holding a 49.95% interest; Kosmos Energy Ghana holds 18%; Anadarko holds 18%; Sabre Oil & Gas holds 4.05%; and Ghana National Petroleum (GNPC) holds the remaining interest.SubseaIQ provides focused, in-depth coverage of offshore field development activities around the world, with daily updates on hundreds of offshore fields and facilities. Click here to sign up for the free weekly email newsletter.
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