Repsol-YPF Makes Discovery in Indonesia

Repsol-YPF has made discovery at its Sungai Kenawang well on Jambi Merang Block in Sumatra, Indonesia. The well was drilled to a total depth of 8,565 feet found a 124 meter gas and condensate column in the Baturaja. During testing the well produced 380,000 cubic meters per day (13.4 MMcfd) of gas and 370 barrels per day of 52 degree gravity condensate.

It is estimated that the well could produce up to 2.5 million cubic meters per day (88.3 MMcfd) of gas and 3,000 barrels per day of condensate.

Pertamina, has already declared the Pulau Gading discovery on the same block to be commercial.

The Sungai Kenawang well is much larger than the Pulau Gading well, said Repsol-YPF, which plans to process and market production from the two discoveries together to fulfill a Malaysian contract.