Gas find extends Krishna Godavari basin play

A shallow-water natural gas and condensate discovery off eastern India opens an exploratory province east-southeast and west-southwest of Kesavadasupalem and Kesanapalli West fields in the Krishna-Godavari basin, reports Oil & Natural Gas Corp.

Oct 18th, 2010

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, Oct. 18
-- A shallow-water natural gas and condensate discovery off eastern India opens an exploratory province east-southeast and west-southwest of Kesavadasupalem and Kesanapalli West fields in the Krishna-Godavari basin, reports Oil & Natural Gas Corp.

The GS-KV-1 well, drilled to 2,908 m in 8 m of water 3 km offshore on the IF PEL block, tested hydrocarbons from intervals at 2,696-98 m, 2,691-94 m, and 2,672-77 m in the Miocene Ravva formation.

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