Gas/condensate fields in western Poland, undeveloped because of high nitrogen and hydrogen sulfide contents, are to be studied for development as part of a novel power generation project. Drake Resources Ltd., London, in collaboration with Polish Oil & Gas Co., Warsaw, will study the feasibility of producing more than 400 bcf of low BTU gas and about 50 million bbl of condensate. Drake estimated capital outlays of at least $50 million in a project designed to supply at least 50,000-75,000 kw of electrical power from a central generating plant. Target reserves lie in 12 fields in two groups southwest and west of Poznan, and 10-90 km east...

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