U.S. tight rock oil production exceeded 9 million barrels per day in March, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. The story began 20 years ago in Richland County, Mont., with a prospector, two wildcatters, Halliburton and a bold venture: land a lateral in the middle Bakken—and frac it.
The oil was found in the Buzios oil field offshore Brazil.
The consortium said in a statement that the find was in the Polok-1 and Chinwol-1 wells, located in Block 29 of the Salina Basin, off the southeastern states Veracruz and Tabasco.
The company estimates the well, which was drilled to a measured depth of 7,245 feet, encountered about 24 billion cubic feet equivalent of recoverable gas and condensate resources.
The Sapakara West-1 well hit gas condensate and oil, boosting confidence in the play located offshore Suriname.
The company reported the discovery of oil from a well west of the Horseshoe discovery and hydrocarbon pay from a sidetrack.
Byron Energy’s latest well located on South Marsh Island Block 71 in shallow water Gulf of Mexico was flowing at a rate of 8.3 million cubic feet per day of gas.