New wells started onshore

Aug 20, 2019
Eneva and Alvopetro began drilling new wells last week, according to the ANP. Both campaigns are carried out in blocks contracted in the 13th round of bids of the agency.
Eneva drills the 1ENVBL69GMA with the Great Solutions Oil 120 rig in the PN-T-69 block in the Parnaíba Basin. The company plans to drill 11 exploratory wells and one development well in 2019.
The first exploratory period of the PN-T-69 expires on December 23 this year, while its second exploratory period expires on the same date in 2021.
Alvopetro already works on 1-ALV-57-A1-BA with NOV’s HPS-750 probe in the REC-T-57 block in the Recôncavo Basin. Lasting ten days, the drilling will focus on the Água Grande, Sergi and Boipeba formations, at a depth of 1,500 m.
The REC-T-57 had its first exploratory period expired on Wednesday (14/8), and the second is due on the same date in 2021.
Eneva has a 100% stake in 15 blocks and seven Parnaíba Basin fields. In addition, the company operates the Azulão field in the Amazon Basin.
Alvopetro operates 16 assets in the country, 15 of them in the Recôncavo Basin and one in Camamu. In addition to Caburé, the areas include the fields of Jiribatuba and Bom Lugar.
Source: Brasil Energia Magazine

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