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Possible flat spot direct hydrocarbon indicators, in the form of reduced amplitudes, have been observed in the down dip direction.
These anomalies include potential direct hydrocarbon indicators consistent with an active petroleum system.
The Tuatara trap bears a marked geological resemblance to that of the Maari oil field, situated some 80km to the north-west, and displays similar Direct Hydrocarbon Indicators to those observed on seismic over Maari, which has produced at rates up to 40,000 barrels per day since commencing field production in late 2008.
This important new feature streamlines an important workflow from days to minutes that results in generation of direct hydrocarbon indicators for many gas and shale plays.
It is planned to drill ahead in 6" hole after the 7" casing is run to test deeper possible Direct Hydrocarbon Indicators in the Pacoota and Goyder Formations as well as to test the top of a salt dome at a Total Depth of approximately 3,450m.
Seismic amplitude anomalies evident in the 3D seismic data are likely Direct Hydrocarbon Indicators, suggesting the presence of gas by analogy with nearby fields and discoveries.
It displays similar direct hydrocarbon indicators to those observed on seismic over Maari, which has produced at rates up to 40,000 barrels per day since field production started in late 2008.
The prospect is based on a seismic anomaly within the Upper Messinian succession, which shows direct hydrocarbon indicators conformable with a four way dip closure at the top of the Messinian succession in analogue to the North Sidi-Ghazy discovery, drilled by RWE Dea in 2008.