A significant gas discovery has been made on Trinidad & Tobago’s deepwater Block 22 by Calgary-based senior producer Petro-Canada Corp. The Cassra-1 well was drilled in 430 meters of water to a depth of 1,712 meters. The reservoir flowed 23 million cu. ft. a day on a drillstem test. The prospect targeted a 68-sq.- kilometer seismic anomaly and contingent resources could be between 600 billion and 1.3 trillion cu. ft., the company reports. Petro-Canada operates the well and holds a 90% interest. An appraisal well, Cassra-2, will be drilled next.
Haynesville to Lead Gas Production Growth in 2023
2023-03-30 - Enverus expects the Haynesville to lead gas production growth in 2023 and then fall thereafter before growing again between 2025 and 2027, Bernadette Johnson, the firm’s general Manager, said at Hart Energy’s DUG Haynesville conference in Shreveport, Louisiana.
Southwestern’s Haynesville Chief on M&A, Gulf Coast Advantages and RSG [WATCH]
2023-03-30 - Andy Huggins, senior vice president of the Haynesville division at Southwestern Energy Co. discusses M&A, how the company’s Appalachia and Haynesville assets complement each other and efforts to certify its natural gas as responsibly sourced, particularly for utilities and end-users in Europe.
Public, Private E&Ps Split on Permian Basin Drilling Strategies
2023-03-29 - The Permian led the nation in drilling rig activity in the past year, with data showing much of that growth coming from large, public upstream operators as private companies such as CrownQuest Operating, Iskandia Energy and Mack Energy have downshifted.
McDermott Wins Manatee FEED
2023-03-28 - The Trinidad and Tobago Manatee field is planned to start production in 2027.
Electrifying the Permian: BPX Energy Touts Emissions Reductions in the Basin
2023-03-28 - BPX Energy’s electrification efforts in the Permian Basin and the installation of centralized handling facilities are part of the operator’s roadmap to net zero emissions.