PALM VALLEY-12 WEEKLY DRILLING UPDATE
On 2 May 2022 the Operator Central Petroleum advised that the Palm Valley 12 (PV12) well in OL3, Southwest of Alice Springs in the Northern Territory, had reached a depth of 820m at 0600 hrs ACST and is currently drilling ahead. In the past week a total of 599m of drilling has occurred. Total depth for the 17.5” hole section which is currently being drilled is planned at 1100m. At this point the 13 3/8” casing string will be run and cemented in preparation for drilling ahead in 12 ¼” hole.
The PV12 well has two alternate objectives, consisting of a deeper gas exploration target or a shallower gas appraisal lateral that could become a production well. The primary exploration target is the Arumbera Sandstone at an anticipated depth of 3,560m.
The PV12 well is the first of a 2-well drilling program that also includes the Dingo-5 exploration / production well. Both wells are being drilled under joint ventures between Central (50% interest), New Zealand Oil & Gas Limited (ASX: NZO) (35% interest) and Cue Energy Resources Limited (ASX: CUE) (15% interest) and are scheduled to be completed this year.
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