San Leon has Zechstein oil find in southwestern Poland

San Leon Energy PLC said it made an oil discovery in Zechstein Main dolomite in southwestern Poland and is equipping it for near-term production on an electric submersible pump.

The Lelechow-SL1 well went to 1,167 m on the 100% owned Nowa Sol concession, and core and wireline logs indicate the dolomite to be highly fractured and oil-bearing. Oil was recovered when the well was cleaned out.

San Leon is preparing to move the rig to spud the Czaslaw-SL1 well, second on the Nowa Sol concession, which will also test the Main dolomite.

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