A decision on whether to conduct remedial work on two of the older onshore wells, SS-3 and SS-4, will be taken on completion of a major subsurface review of the Songo Songo gas field that will be finalised during 4Q20.
This review, which includes a re-build of the static and dynamic reservoir models, will enable the company to assess whether the workover of SS-3 and SS-4, or the drilling of new infill wells will be preferable over the remainder of the license period. The review will also incorporate the latest trends in pressure measurements to allow a full re-assessment on the contingent and prospective resource potential and associated economics of drilling and developing the natural gas in the areas known as Songo Songo North and Songo Songo West.
Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/drilling-and-production/12082020/orca-energy-preparing-workover-of-tanzania-onshore-well/
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