OMV aims to start Maui drilling next month

Gavin Evans
Tue, 19 May 2020

Gavin Evans
Tue, 19 May 2020
OMV is hoping to get an in-fill drilling programme underway from the Maui A platform next month. The work, using the specialist Archer Emerald rig, aims to drill six to seven wells ‘side-tracked’ from the platform’s existing wells to tap bypassed gas and condensate resources. The campaign, known as the Maui A Crestal Infill project, was originally scheduled for the March quarter but was postponed due to the covid-19 outbreak. OMV is the country’s biggest gas producer and expects to spend about $500 million in a two-year programme to exten...
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