AWE soon to abandon Oi-2 well

New Zealand Oil & Gas has announced that operations this morning are continuing to plug and abandon the Oi-2 well in Petroleum Mining Permit 38158, offshore Taranaki, New Zealand.

The next operation will be to abandon Oi-1 prior to releasing the rig.

Related: AWE’s Oi-2 well comes to nothing

The well intersected the primary target Kapuni F10 sands and underlying secondary targets last week. No significant oil shows were encountered.

The joint venture partners in the Oi exploration well are: AWE Limited: 31.25% (Operator); Pan Pacific Petroleum: 50%; New Zealand Oil & Gas (through subsidiary): 18.75%.

The Joint Venture partners in PMP 38158 are: AWE Limited (Operator) 57.5%; New Zealand Oil & Gas (via subsidiaries) 27.5%; Pan Pacific Petroleum (via subsidiaries) 15%.

 

Press Release, July 15, 2014

 

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