|2020-01-13 来源： 中国石化新闻网|
中国石化新闻网讯 据1月10日Offshore Energy报道，澳大利亚能源公司Karoon Energy表示，在秘鲁通贝斯盆地Z-38区块钻探马里纳1号探井之前，Stena4号钻井船已经抵达秘鲁卡亚俄港。
Karoon公司与钻探承包商Stena drilling和图洛石油公司签署了具有约束力的协议，将于2019年11月为Karoon公司的Marina-1井承租Stena Forth钻井船。该钻井船已经在图洛在圭亚那近海的运营区块内钻探了两口井。
邹勤 摘译自 Offshore Energy
Stena drillship arrives in Peru ahead of Karoon well
Australia’s Karoon Energy has said that the Stena Forth drillship has arrived in the Port of Callao Lima Peru ahead of drilling the Marina-1 exploration well located in Block Z-38 Tumbes Basin, Peru.
Karoon executed binding agreements with drilling contractor Stena Drilling and oil company Tullow Oil to contract the Stena Forth drillship for Karoon’s Marina-1 well in November 2019. The drillship has already drilled two wells for Tullow offshore Guyana.
Karoon is the operator and has a 40% net interest in Block Z-38. The company said in an update on Thursday that the Stena Forth would remain at the Port of Callao for one to two weeks to refuel and change the crew before continuing on to the Marina-1 well location.
“Karoon expects the vessel to clear customs and final permits to be received over the coming weeks. The well is expected to spud during the last week of January 2020,” the company said.
The Marina prospect has a gross prospective resource best estimate of 256 million barrels of oil (net to Karoon 102 million barrels).
The Marina prospect comprises a large fault-bounded structure with targets at multiple levels from 900m subsea to 2900m. The targets are in the Tertiary Pliocene La Cruz to Cardalitos formations.
According to Karoon, the structures are well defined by 3D seismic. Nearby hydrocarbon seeps demonstrate that migrating hydrocarbons are present, supported by seismic AVO anomalies indicative of trapped oil at Marina, Karoon said.