Draugen: Infill Ø at TDOKEA is currently drilling two wells in order to prove additional reserves in Draugen. Driling parameters from both wells are being live-streamed.

Draugen: Infill Ø at TD

OKEA is making progress with their two-wells programme in the Norwegian Sea.

Infill Ø reached TD yesterday after having drilled through the Upper Jurassic Rogn Formation.

OKEA wrote this about the drilling before entering the reservoir: “The 8 ½” hole section will be drilled down to and through the Rogn Formation reservoir to assess the size of any remaining oil accumulation in this part of the Draugen field. The reservoir is prognosed to be encountered at approximately 1635m TVD and the well will be drilled approximately a further 100m deeper into the Garn Formation.”

Following the completion of the well, it will be plugged and abandoned, and the rig will return to the Skumnisse location for continued drilling of that appraisal well (6407/9-12), which was commenced prior to drilling of the Infill Ø well.

The logs from the lowermost 100 meters in Infill Ø are displayed here (as of October 27)

Read about the wells in “‘First operated wildcat for OKEA“.