The logging results confirm those of the previous wireline logging indicating potential oil in the Jurassic carbonate some 30 metres deeper than the previous lowest known oil encountered in the area.
What does LKO stand for?
LKO stands for Lowest Known Oil
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Samples in periodicals archive:
As previously announced, the 'I-5' well encountered approximately 42 feet (13 meters) of net oil pay, defined the water-oil contact, and moved the lowest known oil down structure approximately 28 feet (9 meters).
The objectives of Cameia #2 were to (1) better define the areal extent of the Cameia discovered resources, (2) determine an oil-water contact deeper on the Cameia structure than the lowest known oil observed in Cameia #1, and (3) test deeper oil potential in untested zones in the Cameia field.
New wells will follow into the Zone 9 horizon, including the drilling of a new well in 2007 at a location approximately 900 feet up-dip on the Taribani Field structure from wells that encountered the lowest known oil in the field at this horizon.
The well logged 229 feet of net oil pay in the Hemlock interval while extending the depth of the lowest known oil column by approximately 50 feet.
The well, which was designed to determine the down dip limit of the field, extended the lowest known oil by approximately 50 feet without encountering the oil water interface.
The Cimarrona formation in the Tres Pasos 2-E is approximately 700 feet structurally lower than the lowest known oil production in the Guaduas oil field.
Al Manzah #2 well bottomed 55 vertical metres below the lowest known oil in the discovery well, Al Manzah #1, and has penetrated 219 meters of the Bou Dabbous reservoir.