Brisbane-based typical fuel developer State Gas has efficiently accomplished fuel flow-testing, sampling and evaluation from current fuel wells at PL 231 within the Bowen Basin Central Queensland. The flow-testing and sampling was undertaken by Kinetic Production & Wellhead Services, based mostly in Roma, Queensland. The three wells flow-tested and sampled have been Primero 1, Aldinga North 1 and Reid’s Dome-Four. Drilled between 11 and 37 years in the past, these current wells are situated inside the northern half of PL 231. The Company is happy to report that, regardless of the wells being shut-in for such an prolonged interval, all wells flowed vital fuel, at lowest recorded stabilized charges of between 357,000 cf/d and 658,000 cf/d utilizing a zero.500” orifice plate. Two fuel samples per properly have been taken from every of those wells and despatched to Petrolab in South Australia for evaluation. Gas composition outcomes point out the produced fuel represents an analogous composition in its pure kind to that of pipeline-quality fuel, with a mean Methane (C1) content material of roughly 96%, common Carbon Dioxide (CO2) content material of roughly 1.5% and really low ranges of interts.
The fuel flow-testing and sampling carried out in mid-December pertains to the shallow Cattle Creek Formation, which commences at roughly 130 metres from floor and doesn’t embrace fuel targets inside the deeper Reid’s Dome Beds located beneath the Cattle Creek horizon. The Company can be happy to advise that the reprocessing of historic seismic survey knowledge by DownUnder GeoSolutions is at the moment underway and is predicted to be full throughout February 2018. With the seismic re-interpretation and the current flow-testing and fuel composition outcomes, properly websites will probably be chosen for the 2018 drilling marketing campaign.
State Gas is a developer of a standard fuel discipline situated within the Bowen Basin in Central Queensland. It is Operator and 60%-owner of the Cattle Creek and Reid’s Dome Conventional Gas Project situated 30 kilometres south west of Rolleston, roughly 50 kilometres from the Queensland Gas Pipeline. (Source: State Gas)
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