OGDCL discovers information gasoline reserves in Sindh

The Oil and Gasoline Growth Firm Restricted (OGDCL) has found new gasoline reserves from a nicely in district Ghotki of Sindh, which the corporate says will assist in overcoming the power disaster within the nation.

“On Might 9, a nicely Umair South East # 01, situated in district Ghotki of Sindh was spudded as an exploratory nicely to check the hydrocarbon potential of Pirkoh Formation and Habib Rahi Limestone (HRL) to a deliberate depth of ±785m into HRL,” stated a press release from OGDCL.

The assertion from OGDCL stated that the nicely was drilled all the way down to 790m into HRL. Primarily based on the outcomes of wireline logs interpretation, profitable drill stem test-1 in HRL has examined 1.063 Million Normal Cubic Ft per Day (MMSCFD) gasoline by means of choke dimension 32/64’’ at Properly Head Flowing Stress (WHFP) of 210 Kilos per Sq. Inch (PSI).

The corporate additional said that it was the Joint Enterprise of Guddu Block comprising OGDCL as operator (70%), SEPL (13.5%), IPRTOC (11.5%) and GHPL (5%).

The oil and gasoline firm termed the most recent discovery of gasoline reserves a priceless addition to the power sector of the nation to beat the power disaster and stated that the invention of gasoline reserves was the results of the aggressive exploration technique adopted by the Guddu Joint Enterprise Companions.

“It has opened a brand new avenue and can positively contribute to mitigating power demand and provide hole from indigenous sources and can add to the hydrocarbon reserves base of OGDCL and the nation,” stated OGDCL.

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