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Orca Energy preparing workover of Tanzania onshore well

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Orca Energy has said that it is preparing for the workover of onshore well SS-10 in Tanzania in early 2021.

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.

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