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EXCLUSIVE: Oil analyst Barney Gray discusses the latest from Tower, Coro, Colter, Reabold & United Watch Here

EXCLUSIVE: Oil analyst Barney Gray discusses the latest from Tower, Coro, Colter, Reabold & United
UPDATE: #COPL set timeline for Q2/Q3 Nigeria drilling programme

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Last Posted: Tue 09:35

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Tue 09:35

The water issue has caused a delay yes.

You predicted water issue at brockham?

No one did.

You're logic only works after the fact.

Mon 16:15

Water at balcombe may be a was mentioned it may be lost fluids from drilling.

They will log and test i suppose.
12 Feb '19

300k x2 ....Shrewd investment indeed.

11 Feb '19

That's "dl tweet"
11 Feb '19

Dl tween in response to being asked is brockham being mothballed was

" Absolutely not mothballed at all. Read the last news release."
8 Feb '19


"It will allow the utilization of the current well testing package from Brockham"

My take on this is that the physical test equipment at brockham will be moved to Balcombe site and used there.

Maybe wrong on my interpretation of it.
8 Feb '19

So shorter term plan is to clean up Balcombe and make ready for long term flow testing. Then sit and wait for paperwork for same.
Maybe jump back in to brockham in between if gear is ready.

At least this sounds like a plan going forwards, plus JT/bod communication thus far rns/tweets is well beyond vonks.

Fair play.
5 Feb '19

Massive over selling yesterday imo....the news news was good bar water...yes this will cause delays but now we know the issue and it can be fixed. Tids hinting that the well will flow good when water sorted.
4 Feb '19

Tiggs tweet is a very positive one imo. In effects he is saying once water is sorted there is plenty oil to come.... Water is 200psi is killing the oil flow ...sort that and bingo.
4 Feb '19

Lets wait for the water section to be plugged.

Then we can do a proper flow test as we have oil to surface already.

Children Will be children.
31 Jan '19

Ok silas..but why disconnect all the pipelines from the well as seen in GG video?
31 Jan '19

Ok alan....cheers for response.
31 Jan '19

Alan...ok so you are saying without CT you cant gef the nitrogen to the bottom of the fluids?

So how are this crew using so much nitrogen and how are they getting in down ?
31 Jan '19

Take everything with a pinch of salt .
31 Jan '19


The SCC planning consent which was granted yesterday was key element of this process and there are no remaining blocks to progressing the test programme. It is expected that equipment will arrive shortly to begin the set-up.
31 Jan '19


Re-logging of the well casing has indicated that the pay interval is ready for resumption of the flow test and arrangements have been made to bring on the pump shortly. Getting the pump on quickly is important to avoid re-cementation of silts within the perforations.
31 Jan '19


"This work was required at HH initially to fully develop the well and seems to be a signature trait of installing extraction wells within the Kimeridge. Indications are that the well has successfully been purged and that the nitro stimulation was successfully completed."
31 Jan '19

How did they get the nitrogen down to the bottom of the fluids without coiled tubing?

Or am i missing something? A lot probably.
30 Jan '19

25 Jan '19

The flar stack won't be used ...thats the water separator heater stack .

Means fluids are flowing.

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