wisent are in the eastern part of the Baltic basin..not SW carboniferous mate..but I would imagine due to oil prices they are on hold its not going anywhere oil is there...big oil!
gas is king at present and more of it is better..more will come in the next well as they have learnt the best way to go forward with rawicz..but as the skin on this 1st well dissipates flow will get better!!...more much more has been learnt imo pnr/sle are very happy..atb links
End of month could have news on second rawicz Spudding the will be aiming for upwards of 4.5 mmcfd The siekirki aleardy commercial modern clean up should prove this vast field Skids in pants will be noticeably missing from the good news lost cash wot a dummy
JB is one hell of a guy..great forsight..great instinct ..great partner of sle...very intelligent and will make pnr/sle a fortune..
who would you follow!.......me I follow leaders/winners...with rawicz under our belt...and the words from JB "near term production"...JP"we have found another well to the west that could be as big as rawicz" and OF..".carboniferous if proven could be worth not billion but billions to sle..it could be one of the largest gas fields in Europe" it has taken time and its been time I can afford to wait for fruition......it starts from here!..cheers links
Interesting comment JB made with regards end user for gas output from Rawicz. He said might be looking to sell to industrial end user rather than to the gas network. I assume he has someone like Orlen in mind. This could mean no need for constructing processing facilities. They'd take the gas raw and possibly even lay their own pipe lines to take the gas away. If that were to be the case, first gas sales could well be this year.
Morning All, Latest update on the SLE Polish Investments - I am dissappointed to tell you that the acreage withdrawn has not been replaced on the latest map - so the temporary lapse may be coming a little more permanent - Also, block 112 - Joyce Investments - remember that? Has also been withdrawn. The Western Block of BNK interest has also been withdrawn -
Sure there'll be more coming in to pick up this tight sandstone rock resources - but I'll wait and see...
Siciny-2 lies within a few 100 meters of a gas pipeline), very little additional gas infrastructure needs to be constructed in the near term, therefore the time and expenses required to bring Carboniferous gas to market will be minimal.
is so searcher ..espso drilling was done at 3500m not 6000m
In 2012, the Company successfully drilled the Siciny-2 well to 3,520 meters and based upon initial results encountered over 250m of gas saturated tight gas sands with over 200 BCF of gas per square mile, and vintage data, the Company estimates the net Prospect Resource potential of the Carboniferous play on its concession in Poland to be over 60 TCF of recoverable gas.
Using units everyone can understand, the value of 1 TCF, at today’s relatively low prices will be £5 billion or $7.7 billion.(nohotair)
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