Serica completes Kambuna well production tests off Indonesia
Serica Energy PLC said it finished the production testing of all three Kambuna gas wells in the Malacca Straits 40 km off North Sumatra, Indonesia.
By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, June 15 -- Serica Energy PLC said it finished the production testing of all three Kambuna gas wells in the Malacca Straits 40 km off North Sumatra, Indonesia.
The Kambuna-4 production well tested the Belumai reservoir over a 56-ft interval at 7,154-7,210 ft true vertical depth below mean sea level. It produced gas at a stabilized rate of 41 MMscfd of gas and 2,900 b/d of 54° gravity condensate.
The flowing wellhead pressure was 1,444 psi. The Kambuna-4 well was drilled as a deviated well from the surface location of Kambuna-2 and reached a maximum 55° deviation angle from the vertical.
The Kambuna-2 production well was tested at a stabilized rate of 33 MMscfd of gas, and the Kambuna-3 well was tested at a stabilized rate of 40 MMscfd of gas.
The total maximum stabilized gas rate from the three wells was 114 MMscfd along with an estimated 8,000 b/d of condensate.
Serica Energy of London began Kambuna development drilling in 2005 (OGJ, Oct. 24, 2005, p. 56). The company expects plateau production 50 MMscfd of gas and 5,000 b/d of condensate from proved reserves estimated at 19 million boe (OGJ, June 9, 2008, Newsletter).
GFI Oil & Gas Corp., Calgary, holds 35% interest in the block.