In case you missed it, here’s a look at this week’s top five drilling activity highlights from around the world.
- Offshore Angola Exploratory Hits Hydrocarbons In Lower Miocene Sandstones
- Three Gallup Producers Reported In Rio Arriba County, N.M.
- Onshore U.K. Appraisal Test Results Announced From West Newton Prospect
- BP Reports Results From Carthage Field-Haynesville Shale Well
- First Horizontal Completion Announced In Crossroad Field
For more up-to-date information on the latest U.S. and international exploration wells visit Hart Energy’s online Drilling Activity Highlights database.
Civil engineer Jose Agusto replaces Carlos Perez, who resigned last week for personal reasons.
Success in those projects would result in its reserve base reaching 3.7 billion barrels over the next seven years and help Woodside expand production by 6% a year over the next decade, the company said.
Output at the largest formation, the Permian Basin of Texas and New Mexico, is expected to rise 57,000 bbl/d to 4.73 MMbbl/d.