BAKU, Azerbaijan, Dec. 5
Some 49,883 tons of oil were produced from producing wells on the Cheleken Peninsula in Turkmenistan for the first 11 months of 2021, which is by 4,000 tons more than the planned figure, Trend reports with reference to the Nebit-Gaz e-newspaper.
The wells are being developed at a design depth of 1,200-2,750 meters. A number of wells have been overhauled since early 2021.
A number of operations were conducted at a well with low productivity to increase the flow rate at the Dagadzhik field. The result is an abundant flow of oil. At present, the daily productivity of the well is 25 tons.
The specialists of the Nebitdag drilling department have successfully completed the work on another well at a depth of 1,200 meters. The daily flow rate of the new well #654 which has been put into operation is more than six tons of crude oil.
The specialists of the Goturdepe drilling department are preparing to start exploration work at well #707 at the West Cheleken field. As a result of development, abundant oil inflow is expected here.