Clontarf Energy plc has provided the following operational update on the drilling of the Sasanof-1 exploration well, and will issue further updates upon the completion of campaign milestones:
- The Valaris MS-1 rig has arrived at the Sasanof-1 exploration well location on the Australian North West Shelf.
- The MS-1 semi-submersible drilling rig completed the 190 Nautical Miles mobilisation safely and efficiently under tow from the support vessel, GO Spica.
- While under tow, the support vessel, Far Senator, continued logistical support operations, mobilising drilling mud, bulk equipment and supplies from the Port of Dampier.
- Primary anchors are now being run and will be followed by deployment of secondary and tertiary anchors; a total of 12 anchors will be set.
- Once anchoring is complete, spudding of the prospective Sasanof-1 well, targeting multi Tcf (Trillion Cubic Feet) of gas, will start with jetting of the 36 in. conductor.
- This will be followed by drilling the 17 – ½ in. intermediate hole section.
Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/drilling-and-production/23052022/clontarf-energy-plc-provides-sasanof-1-well-mobilisation-update/
You might also like
The machine learning models that have been developed can assist geologists and geophysicists in reconstructing missing well logs, making lithology predictions, calculating shale content, and mapping potential undiscovered reservoir areas.