The Company has recently successfully re-entered, completed, perforated and flared gas at surface from the Argovian
reservoir (historically the main producing reservoir in the Kechoula discovery).
Operations will include the perforation and testing of the Lower Liassic and a potential testing of the Argovian
. The total operation is expected to take approximately ten days, after which the rig will move to the Kamar-1 well for the second stage of the operation, as announced on 17 May 2017.
Completion, perforation and testing of the Lower Liassic in Koba-1, with possible additional testing of the Argovian
- all expected to commence before the end of May 2017