Transerv to Recover Stuck Pipe at Warro-5 Well in WA's Warro Gas Field
Transerv Energy Ltd. reported Tuesday that at Warro-5 in the Warro gas field in Western Australia, during the past week, 13.375 inch casing was run to a depth of 5,161 feet (1,573 meters) rotary table (RT) total vertical depth (TVD) and the well subsequently drilled to a depth of 7,835 feet (2,388 meters) RT measured depth (MD) (7,756 feet or 2,364 meters RT TVD) in a 12.25 inch hole. The current operation is preparing to commence fishing operations to recover stuck pipe.
The 12.25 inch section of the well is being drilled directionally at an angle of approximately 18 degrees to reach a subsurface location 1,640 feet (500 meters) to the west of the well surface location. The surface location was chosen to avoid clearing of native vegetation directly over the sub surface target.
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