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Senex sees higher production at Surat Basin

Jan 23, 2020
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Australian company Senex Energy said that natural gas development at its Surat Basin was going very well with production outperformance at both Roma North and Atlas.

The company said in a statement that the Roma North production has exceeded 13.5 TJ/day and is tracking towards the plant’s initial capacity of 16 TJ/day. 26 wells have been drilled at Roma North in the current programme, with 10 of these wells online and producing and the remainder to be brought online in the coming weeks.

At Atlas, the first 23 wells are online and producing above 6.5 TJ/day during the early ramp-up phase, with most wells being online for less than nine weeks.

Managing director and CEO Ian Davies said Senex’s Surat Basin production performance demonstrated the quality and potential of these assets, and the execution capability of the Senex team.

“Senex starts 2020 with most of its Surat Basin gas development program successfully delivered and gas production rates continuing to outperform. We are delighted with our operational and production performance to date, and we look forward to continuing to deliver the potential of our Surat Basin assets.”


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