Well fails to prove Cladhan extension

Offshore staff

CALGARY, Canada – Sterling Resources says Cladhan South exploration well 210/29c-5 in the UK northern North Sea will be P&A’d as a dry hole.

The well was designed to prove further reserves in the Cladhan field area. It was drilled to 10,361 ft (3,158 m) and encountered multiple Upper Jurassic sand channels on prognosis, but none appeared to be hydrocarbon bearing.

4/16/2012

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