I've quoted directly from the 18th Sept Interim Results RNS to back up what I said in the post you're referring to! How much clearer do you need this information?
I'm clearly not ramping as I'm quoting fact from the RNS feeds by LGO as an informative and helpful poster for those who may have missed it. I will not get involved in a childinsh name-calling feud with you or any other poster on here, I don't care what your agenda is.
don't agree with you, if tanks are on hold then there is a very good reason for it and I believe it is to spend more money on shallow drilling whilst the costs are lower. These can then be brought online when POO rises and we van continue with infrastructure updates with a JIT approach . Seen your comment that you have been here longer than me , had to laugh, what has that got to do with anything and is a pathetic statement. still laughing at it , as cant believe someone that wants to be taken seriousely actually said that PMSL. Are you a 16 year old boy that is trying to be the man of the house ?
Well GY-669 is a further highly productive well from our eight well drilling campaign in 2014 and when combined with future drilling will allow us to maintain Group production in excess of 2,000 bopd for many years. Preparations for the 2015 drilling campaign at Goudron are now well underway and we expect to recommence the drilling of additional new C-sand wells as soon as the next drilling pad is completed."
Well GY-669 was drilled between 5 and 24 October 2014 to a total depth of 3,505 feet measured depth and encountered 229 feet of oil pay in the Goudron Sands and a further 248 feet of pay in the C-sands. A limited zone of 30-feet has been perforated in the C-sands where the clearest oil bearing interval was apparent on electric logs. Other hydrocarbon pay observed on logs is considered to be potentially more gas prone and whilst gas handling facilities are now being developed in the field it was considered prudent to focus on production from a zone where oil pay was confidently predicted. Further C-sand intervals may be completed at a later date.
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