Further to the RNS of 18 September 2018, in which the company announced that the F7000 reservoir was tested at flow rates of up to 2500 bpd on a 24/60" choke, testing of the E1000/E2000 reservoirs, produced by the Ubima-1 well, has continued. The E1000/ E2000 reservoirs flowed at 900 to 1000 bpd on a 28/64" choke with a flowing tubing head pressure (‘FTHP’) of 22 bar (315 psi). Due to storage limitations, the well test was suspended prior to acquiring representative fluid samples.
The company is now actively working with its partner to further evaluate the field by means of an extended well-test (‘EWT’) in early 2019. EWT production is planned to be monetised through third party infrastructure. The company will update the market in due course as the EWT development progresses.
George Maxwell, CEO of Eland, commented:
"We are delighted with the initial test results at the Ubima-1 well and the flows from the E1000/E2000 reservoirs. These results highlight a significant step forward in the Company's diversification of its production base. The Company will now focus on monetisation opportunities for production from this well as we seek to generate material cash flows for our shareholders. I look forward to updating the market on further progress as operations continue."
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