Chevron spuds well in Poland to assess shale gas potential

By OGJ editors

Chevron Polska Energy Resources said Nov. 2 it spudded its first exploratory well in Poland to assess shale gas potential on Grabowiec license, one of four exploration licenses the company acquired in Lublin basin.

The well is being drilled in the community of Lesniowice within Chelm County, Chevron said.

Chevron has acquired more than 1,300 km of subsurface data across its four licenses in Poland. In addition to Grabowiec, Chevron has licenses for Frampol, Krasnik, and Zwierzyniec blocks.

Related Articles

ExxonMobil ‘winding down’ Arctic well, complying with US, EU sanctions on Russia

09/19/2014 ExxonMobil Corp. released a statement that the company is complying with all US sanctions on Russia after news reports that the operator had halted...

AWE makes gas discovery under existing Senecio field

09/18/2014 AWE Ltd., Sydney, has increased the worth of its Senecio gas field in permits L1/L2 in the onshore Perth basin of Western Australia with a discover...

EGPC awards two Gulf of Suez concessions to RWE Dea

09/18/2014 Egyptian General Petroleum Corp. (EGPC) has awarded two concessions in the Gulf of Suez to RWE Dea AG, which said the awards stem from Internationa...

Eni reports second major oil find in as many days

09/18/2014

Eni SPA has made an oil discovery with the Oglan-2 exploration well on Ecuador’s Block 10, 260 km southeast of Quito.

 

Careers at TOTAL

Careers at TOTAL - Videos

More than 600 job openings are now online, watch videos and learn more!

 

Click Here to Watch

Other Oil & Gas Industry Jobs

Search More Job Listings >>
Stay Connected