Drilling of the BP-led Ironbark-1 exploration well in the Carnarvon Basin offshore Western Australia remains on track, with activities reaching a measured depth of 3801 metres, as reported in Oil & Gas Today.
New Zealand Oil & Gas (NZOG) reported that the joint venture has continued to drill the 16.5-inch hole as part of the project over the past week.
According to the JV, the Ironbark well will test the Triassic Mungaroo Formation with multiple sand objectives.
NZOG highlighted that the primary target was at a planned depth of 5668 TVD subsea metres in water depths of 298m.
Drilling at the well in WA-359-P is expected to take 85 days to complete.
Read on in the article by Oil & Gas Today.
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