Byron Energy: GoM well tripping into hole

Byron Energy Limited has advised that at 4 pm on 22 July 2014 (USA Central time) the Byron Energy SM 6 #1 BP02 well was tripping into the hole at 3,700 feet (1,127 metres) measured depth (also 3,700 feet true vertical depth).

Byron Energy GoM well tripping into hole

Over the next twenty-four hours the Company will drill out cement, test the casing shoe and upon a successful test will drill ahead toward the G Sand target.

The SM 6 #1 BP02 well is located in South Marsh Island Block 6 (“SM 6”), offshore Louisiana, 216 km southwest of New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, in a water depth of approximately 65 feet (20 metres).

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Byron, through a wholly owned subsidiary Byron Energy Inc. (the operator), has a 100% working interest and an 81.25% net revenue interest in SM 6.

Byron will provide further progress drilling reports as material information becomes available.

 Related: Byron Energy: Drill pipe stuck in Gulf of Mexico well

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Press Release, July 23, 2014

 

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