NEW DELHI, India – ONGC has made two recent discoveries offshore India, the company revealed in its latest results statement.
Well GKS091NFA-1 was drilled in block GK-OSN-2009/1 Kutch Offshore in Gujarat State, northwest India, flowing gas during a test. ONGC said the result suggests the play could extend across a large area.
In NWMH Extn. PML in India’s Western Offshore basin well B-203-2 flowed 783 b/d of oil and 78,571 cu m/d of gas from an interval within an early Oligocene Mukta sandstone formation.
A limestone interval in the Heera formation also flowed oil and gas. The discovery confirmed a westward extension of the WO-4 plays in the downdip direction.