ATP well starts gas flow in Dutch North Sea

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, Feb. 28 -- ATP Oil & Gas Corp. has begun production from its L06d-S1 well in 115 ft of water in the Dutch North Sea.

The well logged 88 ft of net pay in the Jurassic Terschelling sandstone 26 ft updip of the original L06d-2 well. It is expected to produce initially at 15-20 MMcfd net to ATP.

The well was completed subsea with a 41 km tie-back to a Gaz de France platform.

ATP Oil & Gas (Netherlands) BV, operator, and Energie Beheer Nederland BV each holds a 50% working interest in the well.

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