India: ONGC has new-pool North Kadi strike

By OGJ editors

State-owned Oil & Natural Gas Corp. reports a new-pool discovery in North Kadi oil field in the onshore Cambay basin of western India.

The North Kadi-472 well tested oil at the rate of 174 b/d through a 6-mm choke from the Mandhali member of the Middle Miocene Kadi formation at 1,277-79 m. It was the first production in the field from the MOP-IV unit of the Mandhali, ONGC said.

The operator reported six “interesting intervals” in the well, which was drilled to 2,205 m.

North Kadi field has been on production since 1969.

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