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Tendrara well drilled to final casing point

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Sound Energy, the European and African focused upstream company, has announced that the second Tendrara well has now been drilled to the third and final casing point at a measured depth (MD) of 2623 m and that operations have started to set and cement the 7" liner in the TAGI-I shale formation. The well is now approximately 10 m from the target TAGI-I reservoir.

The company will now proceed to drill the reservoir to the final TD.

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Adapted from a press release by Louise Mulhall

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