Wintershall wildcat’s a gas

OE Staff
Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Wintershall Norge hit gas and condensate at its Norwegian Sea wildcat 6407/16 S. The well discovered waterbearing reservoirs with gross vertical thickness of 118 and 123m, respectively, in the Garn and Ile formations. Gas and condensate were found in three sandstone intervals with a 9m thickness in the Lange formation. The Transocean Arctic drilled the wildcat to a vertical depth of 4,050m. It will be plugged and abandoned.

Categories: Europe Natural Gas Completions

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