Pity that you always feel the need to jump on any discussion that you see Tiptop, and start bombarding everybody with irrelevant information and your personal opinions. Note that I replied to a post from Blackgold, where he compared the well results from NT-1 with MB-4. And looking at the numbers MB-4 is the better well of the two. Why is that so upsetting? Ola's CV is interesting, I fail to see what the relevance is here.
you come across as confrontational and shoot down any positives that are outlined by any Aex investor...you are transparent to all ...so why don' t you take it somewhere else...as you are unbelievable...imo
Here we go again Mick, you keep playing top trumps with a much better company. Why don't you go across to poor old XEL and try your luck there :-(
Try answering one question to yourself first before you bring your pearls to the Aminex BB. Ola Fjeld is one of the finest seismic interpreters in the industry and was integral to the development of the most popular seismic programme in the O & G world. He also has first class experience in PP( pore to pipeline) solutions and is a product champion at Schlumberger. Now Ola works for one of the most wealthy families in the arab world who have together decided to invest in Aminex. They have bottomless pockets and a wealth of knowledge available to them yet they chose to invest in Aminex. What does that tell you ???
Another interesting point to raise is although Ola has now joined the team our plans remain unchanged. A man of Ola's stature could easily veto any poor decisions regards targets or seismic interpretation. Were we already using ARA or did our original team just do a good job ??......interesting !
That's true Blackgold. But notice also the tubing head pressue: at the highest choke setting, MB-4 back pressure was around 163 Bar. (Ca. 2360 psi) Fully open, this well can flow a lot more still! And both zones zones commingled, I suspect it can easily do 60 MMscf/d
i'm thinking the high pressure 5,424psi and the low interval of just 3.5 metres that was tested at N-1 makes the N-2 well (which is targeting the full 25 metre sand interval above the gas water contact) very interesting.
yes mick, but with much thicker net pay reservoirs
"The MB-4 development well, drilled to a total depth of 2,788 meters (True Vertical Depth Sub Sea) and is located approximately 800 meters from the MB-2 and MB-3 wells in the Mnazi Bay gas field, has crossed Miocene gas reservoirs with net pay of 24 meters (Upper Mnazi Bay) and 43 meters (Lower Mnazi Bay) respectively,"
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