Mubadala drills Inthanin well offshore Thailand

The jackup Ensco 115 has spudded the Inthanin-1 exploration well in the Gulf of Thailand for operator Mubadala Petroleum, 3.7 km (2.3 mi) southwest of the Manora field platform.

The jackup Ensco 115 has spudded the Inthanin-1 exploration well in the Gulf of Thailand for operator Mubadala Petroleum.
The jackup Ensco 115 has spudded the Inthanin-1 exploration well in the Gulf of Thailand for operator Mubadala Petroleum.
(Courtesy Valaris)

Offshore staff

PERTH, Australia – The jackup Ensco 115  has spudded the Inthanin-1 exploration well in the Gulf of Thailand for operator Mubadala Petroleum, 3.7 km (2.3 mi) southwest of the Manora field platform.

According to partner Tap Oil Ltd., this is the first of three firm exploration wells planned on the G1/48 offshore concession.

Inthanin-1, which should take around 11 days to complete, is targeting a three-way dip closure and potentially a larger combination trap at the 500 sands level.

On completion the rig will move to drill the Yothaka East-1 and Krissana-1 wells.

11/21/2019

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