Friday, April 24, 2020

Neptune Energy finds gas reservoirs near dutch border

German Neptune Energy has announced that it found two gas reservoirs near the dutch border:

"Neptune Energy reports two wells found in the Emlichheim municipality in the Grafschaft Bentheim district. The Adorf Z15 natural gas well and the rings 6 crude oil well were successfully sunk and are showing the first positive results.
Both projects were started in the last quarter of 2019. The Adorf Z15 natural gas exploration well on the territory of the Hoogstede municipality reached its final depth of 3500 meters in the carbon formation in February 2020. The drilling rig was dismantled after the work was completed. Subsequently, Neptune Energy conducted extensive production tests on this new natural gas well. The result: up to 12,000 cubic meters of natural gas emerged every hour. “This is an excellent result for an exploration well. This will enable us to significantly increase our natural gas production in the region, ”says Dr. Andreas Scheck, Managing Director at Neptune Energy in Germany. A processing plant for the raw gas will be built at the well in the next few months. The medium is dried there before it can be fed into a natural gas pipeline. Permanent production is expected to start towards the end of 2020."

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