Therefore on 16 February 2015, and with flow rate and pressure still increasing, the decision was taken in conjunction with Baker Hughes (the well testing advisors) to choke the well back to limit the flaring of gas for the remainder of the flow period. It should be stressed that the choking back of the well was solely to reduce wasted reserves.
Thank's, Spec: I have read that before but couldn't remember where but I'm sure you'l agree that anyone reading that would assume that PNR had taken over and BH were no longer in the equation..As you say, clear as mud. Worth mentioning that none of our worthy hyper rampers who research this Co: 24 x 7 have come up with an answer. cheer's frus.
SLE 35% PNR 65% but Baker Hughes are overseeing the operation in an advisory capacity....The only thing I can find about BH is the old LOI in which as far as I know, no final detail's were ever made or agreed to. Are they doing it for free?...Doubt it, so just exactly what are they doing it for...ANYONE?
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