Eni makes oil discovery offshore Mexico
Published by Nicholas Woodroof,
Saasken-1 NFW well, which has led to the discovery, is the sixth consecutive successful well drilled by Eni offshore Mexico in the Sureste Basin. It is located approximately 65 km off the coast, and was drilled by the Valaris 8505 Semisub in a water depth of 340 m and reached a total depth of 3830 m.
Saasken-1 discovered 80 m of net pay of good quality oil in the Lower Pliocene and Upper Miocene sequences. The reservoirs show excellent petrophysical properties. An intensive data collection has been carried out on the well and the data acquired indicate a production capacity for the well of more than 10 000 bpd.
The discovery is opening a potential commercial outcome of Block 10 since several other prospects located nearby may be clustered in a synergic development.
The Block 10 Joint Venture, composed by Eni (operator with a 65% stake), Lukoil (20%) and Capricorn (15%), will work to appraise the discovery and to exploit nearby synergies in order to start the studies for a commercial development.
Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/exploration/17022020/eni-makes-oil-discovery-offshore-mexico/
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