ERIELL Group opens new well at Kuyi Surgil field in Uzbekistan
BAKU, Azerbaijan, Dec. 26
By Fakhri Vakilov - Trend:
ERIELL Group international oilfield services has received an industrial gas inflow at well No. 11 at the Istmok field in Uzbekistan, in conjunction with Uzbekistan’s Uzbekneftegaz oil and gas company, Trend reports citing the company's statement.
At a depth of 3025 meters, an industrial gas inflow was obtained with a flow rate of 207,770 m3 per day and condensate 45,700 m3 per day.
The team drilled the well in 66 days, 23 days ahead of schedule; a commercial drilling speed of 1,375 meters per day was achieved. All drilling operations at the field were carried out by the company's own drilling rigs of the ZJ 70 LDB type with a lifting capacity of 459 tons and a maximum drilling depth of 7,000 m.
Well No. 325 were drilled at the Shurtan field in the Kashkadarya region, with a depth of 2910 m, where a flow rate of 95,132 m3 / day of natural gas per day was recorded, and well No. 311 of the Zevardy field in the Bukhara region, at a depth of 2900 m, where the flow rate of 50,650 m3 / day of natural gas per day was obtained.
All drillers of the ERIELL group, with the participation of Uzbekneftegaz JSC, coped with the tasks and continue to increase hydrocarbon production, in compliance with all industrial safety, labor and environmental standards.
ERIELL, an international oilfield service group, provides well drilling and workover services to leading oil and gas companies in Russia, Central and Southern Asia, and Middle East.
The company has invested in technology and innovation, providing services to the same high standards in extreme desert climates, mountainous regions and permafrost zones.
On drilling rigs, ERIELL Group uses modern equipment to achieve the best results in oil and gas well construction. Drilling rigs are operated using an automated control system for drilling, monitoring, and diagnostics. ERIELL Group has a fleet of more than 70 drilling units, from mobile units to super-heavy rigs with lifting capacity of over 600 tons.
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