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Byron Energy logs potential combined 77 feet of pay in GOM

BYRON Energy has identified likely oil pay in the L2 Sand and a possible gas/oil contact in the second primary N2 Sand target with Log While Drilling (LWD) electric logs at its South Marsh Island 58 G (SM58 G) platform in the Gulf of Mexico.

Colin Hay
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Logging final pay counts identified 10 foot of sand in the L1 sand, 24 foot in the L2 sand and 78 feet in the N2 sand in the SM58 G6 BP01 well. Byron's CEO Maynard Smith said the N2 Sand at the G6 BP01...

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