ONGC reports five discoveries in second quarter

India’s Oil & Natural Gas Corp. Ltd. reported five discoveries during the first quarter of its fiscal year. Three were offshore.

India’s Oil & Natural Gas Corp. Ltd. reported five discoveries during the first quarter of its fiscal year. Three were offshore.

In the Mumbai basin, SW-WO-24 is classified as a new prospect discovery. Three zones were tested and flowed gas and condensate after drilling to 2,360 m.

In the KG basin, two zones in the Godavari Clay formation were tested and flowed gas after the GD-10-1(AA) was drilled to 2,829 m. It too is a new prospect discovery.

Also in the KG basin, the GS-29 No. 11 is classified as a new pool discovery after being drilled to 2,718 m and flowing oil and gas from Godavari Clay.

Onshore, the West Matar-1 in the Cambay basin is classified as a new prospect discovery after being drilled to 2,256 m and flowing oil and gas from the Hazad formation.

The KU-8(KUAF) in A&AA basin is a new pool discovery after being drilled to 3,460 m and flowing gas from the Middle Bhuban formation.

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