来自/OilVoice 9月20日消息 编译/郑雨晴
Eni has resumed exploration activities in Tunisia’s portion of the Sahara desert, approximately 700 km south of Tunis.
The company has just completed operations on the Laarich East-1 discovery well, in the MLD (Makhrouga-Laarich-Debbech) license, where Eni owns a 50% stake and the Tunisian state company, ETAP, owns the remaining 50%.
Laarich East-1, which is 5 km from the oil treatment center in the concession, reached a final depth of 4,111 m and discovered hydrocarbons in sandstone layers of Silurian and Ordovician age.
Production tests revealed a delivery capacity of approximately 2,000 bopd, confirming the upside potential of the concession identified through a recent 3D geophysical survey carried out on the permit.
The Laarich East-1 well, on which drilling started in June, has already been connected to production. In the meantime, Eni is continuing exploration in Tunisia with the drilling of additional prospects, which have already been identified on 3D seismic.