Bricklanding-1 Exploration Well a Duster
Tap Oil reports that the Bricklanding-1 exploration well, located in the Carnarvon Basin Offshore Western Australia, will be plugged and abandoned.
The well had drilled ahead to a Total Depth of 3,131 meters measured depth. Only minor gas shows were observed at the objective levels.
Bricklanding-1 tested a significant low side fault closure against the Flinders fault. The results of Bricklanding-1 will now be integrated into the understanding of the prospectivity of TP/7. After Bricklanding the rig will move to the Harriet Joint Venture to drill appraisal wells in the Bambra area.
TP/7 Participants are Apache Oil Australia as operator with 20%; Tap with 12.474%; Santos as technical operator with 63.369% and Pan Pacific Petroleum with 4.157%.
Operates 3 Offshore Rigs
- Ancala Acquires Apache's Two North Sea Gas Pipeline Assets (Nov 20)
- Apache Raises North America Output Forecast, Swings To Profit (May 04)
- Oil Producer Apache Posts Smaller-Than-Expected Loss (Nov 03)
Company: Santos Ltd. more info
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Company: Tap Oil more info
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