DRILLING

Cooper selects first Hammamet drilling prospect

COOPER Energy has chosen the Fuschia prospect as the first drilling target in the Hammamet exploration permit, Tunisia, which is targeting P50 recoverable oil reserves of 23 million barrels.

Cooper selects first Hammamet drilling prospect

The company said it would now begin to finalise the rig selection and well design for the prospect, and lock the well into a rig schedule. The Fuschia prospect lies on a structural high between the...

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