2D seismic survey to re-define East Lengo offshore Indonesia

The Nordic Bahari has started a 1,300-km (808-mi) 2D seismic survey over the East Muriah production-sharing contract in the East Java Sea, offshore Indonesia, for KrisEnergy and partner AWE.

Feb 12th, 2014

Offshore staff

SINGAPORE – The Nordic Bahari has started a 1,300-km (808-mi) 2D seismic survey over the East Muriah production-sharing contract in the East Java Sea, offshore Indonesia, for KrisEnergy and partner AWE.

The concession includes the East Lengo gas discovery. Water depths range from 50-65 m (164-213 ft). The partners plan an appraisal well this summer.

Chris Gibson-Robinson, KrisEnergy’s director exploration and production, said that aside from further delineation of East Lengo, the seismic program was designed to confirm additional gas prospects in the block.

02/12/2014

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