The Q11-B appraisal well is anticipated to take a minimum of 6 weeks to drill and test. Kistos intends to suspend the well for future use in a Q11-B development and has estimated 2C resources for this accumulation of between 67 - 155 billion ft3 net. These figures were independently audited by Sproule and will be refined following review of all the data from the forthcoming well.
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