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.

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