Trinidad gas wildcat could set islands' depth mark

08/09/2004
BP Trinidad and Tobago and EOG Resources will jointly drill the deepest well in the Caribbean island, Prime Minister Patrick Manning has announced.The prime minister said, "Two large oil companies have indicated to the government that they have decided to jointly drill a well off the east coast of Trinidad to test one of the largest structures. The structure is so large that they anticipate that if a discovery is made it should contain 2.5 to 6 tcf of natural gas. Look at that compared with the current possible reserves of 35.2 tcf ."Manning, a geologist, said the two companies would drill the well to a depth of 21,000 ft in the South East Coast Consortium (SECC) block where EOG Resources...
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