KARACHI – Petroleum Division (PD) of the Power Ministry Sunday mentioned the outcomes of four-month offshore drilling at Indus G-Block known as Kekra-I, some 230-km off the Karachi coast, had proven good high quality hydrocarbon reservoir however sadly, these have been water moist.
“After the effectively management operations, the 6″ Open Gap part drilling was resumed on Friday. The reservoir was encountered at 5,492 meters and up to now about 140 meters of the reservoir have been drilled.
The log outcomes present an excellent high quality reservoir however sadly water moist with none fuel impact,” a Petroleum Division press launch mentioned.
Present depth of the effectively is 5,634 meters ‘Managed Depth’ and as per the plan; whereas one other 55 meters could be drilled earlier than continuing with P&A (plug and abandon) operations, which has already been accepted by Joint Enterprise Companions together with Exxon.
The offshore drilling is a three way partnership of ENI, Exxon Mobil, Oil and Fuel Improvement Firm Restricted and Pakistan Petroleum Restricted. The consortium had began drilling actions on January 13, 2019.
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