Jubilant, GAIL gauge two-zone Tripura gas find

Jubilant Energy NV said a subsidiary has submitted two notices of discovery to Indian authorities for the Lower and Middle Bhuban formations at its North Atharamura-1 well on Tripura Block AA-ONN-2002/1 in northeastern India.

The Middle Bhuban sand package perforated at 610-625 m flowed 1.7 MMscfd on a 24/64-in. choke, and a multibean study for flow rate and reservoir limit tests are being conducted.

Previously on May 31, the company submitted a notice of discovery after Lower Bhuban perforations at 2,186-91 m flowed at 3,240-3,777 scfd of gas and 445-918 b/d of water on a 32/64-in. choke. Thtal depth is 3,400 m measured depth.

Jubilant holds a 20% participating interest in the block through Jubilant Oil & Gas Pvt. Ltd., and GAIL India Ltd. has 80%.

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