Beach plans Canterbury basin drilling this summer

Gavin Evans
Fri, 22 May 2020

Gavin Evans
Fri, 22 May 2020
Beach Energy has sought a discharge consent from the Environmental Protection Authority for a drilling programme off the North Otago coast this summer.The firm, which operates the Kupe gas field off the Taranaki coast, plans to drill one well in the Wherry prospect, about 168 kilometres south-east of Timaru.Depending on the success of that well, the venture could drill a further 11 wells in the permit, most at Wherry in the northern part of the acreage, but potentially two in the Gondola prospect in the south-western part of the permit, which i...
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