Kosmos group has discovery at Teak-2 off Ghana

Kosmos Energy Corp., Dallas, said the Teak-2 exploratory well off Ghana cut 90 net ft of high-quality oil, condensate, and natural gas pay in stacked Campanian and Turonian reservoirs.

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, Mar. 28
– Kosmos Energy Corp., Dallas, said the Teak-2 exploratory well off Ghana cut 90 net ft of high-quality oil, condensate, and natural gas pay in stacked Campanian and Turonian reservoirs.

Teak-2 went to 11,185 ft in 2,900 ft of water on the West Cape Three Points block 5,900 ft southwest of and fault-separated from the Teak-1 well and 2 miles northeast of the Mahogany-2 well.

After preserving Teak-2 for future use, the partnership plans to mobilize the rig to drill the Banda prospect on the same block.

West Cape Three Points working interests are Kosmos Energy and Anadarko Petroleum Corp. 30.875% each, Tullow Oil PLC 22.896%, E.O. Group 3.5%, Sabre Oil & Gas Holdings Ltd. 1.854%, and Ghana National Petroleum Corp. 10% carried.

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