Australian company Tap Oil says that preliminary interpretation of wireline, pressure, and sampling data on its Mawar-1 exploration well in Block M, onshore Brunei Darussalam suggests gas has been encountered in the primary Ridan objective.
Mawar-1 has reached its total depth of 1292 m MD and wireline logging, pressure, and fluid sampling has been completed. Preliminary interpretation of these results indicates that Mawar-1 has encountered gas in primary objective Ridan Sandstone.
A deeper secondary objective Rampayoh Series also had good hydrocarbon indications in cuttings and sidewall cores in an inter-bedded sand-shale sequence. Fluid samples have been taken at 1040 m MD and 1048.6 m MD. These samples remain sealed for laboratory analysis but indications are that they contain oil.
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