Victoria's second Logbaba well hits 300 feet of pay onshore Cameroon

Source: Victoria Oil & Gas

Victoria Oil & Gas has moved forward with its second well at the Logbaba gas and condensate project in Doula, Cameroon. 

The well, La-106, successfully reached a total measured depth of 10,509 feet on April 17, 2010. Well La-106 is currently being logged prior to its completion as a development well.

The well was drilled deeper than planned due to the better than expected sand quality in the Lower Logbaba sections. Multiple gas-bearing sands were encountered between 5,482 feet and 10,400 feet, which can be correlated to wells drilled in the 1950's. The data obtained indicates in excess of 300 feet of gross pay. Further detailed information on La-106 will be announced after running open-hole logs and completing the petrophysical evaluation. Well flow tests will be run after the casing is set.

VOG's first well in Cameroon, La-105, was completed in March 2010 and tested at rates in excess of 55 million cubic feet of natural gas and 1,000 barrels of condensate per day (together approximately 10,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day) between depths of 7,005 and 8,500 feet from Lower Logbaba and Upper Logbaba D sands.

The completion of La-106 means that the key licence and joint venture requirements have been met. The Company has now completed all significant commitments under the exploration licence agreement and is in the process of submitting the necessary documentation to the Cameroon government to be awarded the thirty five year exploitation licence.

Conceptual engineering for the gas production facilities at Logbaba and the pipeline to previously identified industrial customers has now been completed and has confirmed the feasibility of the project and its design assumptions. Detailed engineering, budget and schedule definition is underway with the target to deliver first gas to customers in Q4 2010. The Company is working closely with all Ministries and stakeholders in Cameroon to ensure that plant and pipeline construction meets the highest engineering and safety standards and that all permits and licences to operate are expedited.

VOG Chairman Kevin Foo said, "Our focus now is to build our production facilities and pipeline to deliver gas and condensate to our customers by Q4 2010."

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