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Beetaloo resources climb after flow tests 

SANTOS and Tamboran Resources' two horizontal wells in the Beetaloo Sub-basin have returned flow test results with Tanumbirini 2H peaking at 4 million cubic feet of gas per day, and averaging 1.7MMcfd over a fortnight with Tanumbirini 3H peaking at 10MMcfpd after a weather-related shut in. 

Earlier drilling at Tanumbirini

Earlier drilling at Tanumbirini

  It averaged 1.5MMcfpd over 10 days in EP161.    Both were tested over a 660-metre unoptimised fracced horizontal section normalised at 2.6MMscfd and 2.5MMcfpd over  1000m, respectively.    ...

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