KUB-Gaz is looking for a contractor for intensification in well No. 17 of the Makiyivske field

ESKO-Pivnich Energy and Service Company LLC for the needs of Kub-Gaz LLC announced a tender for the intensification of the hydrocarbon inflow, namely, acid treatment in well #17 of the Makiyivske GCF in the Luhansk region (Severodonetsk district). This was reported last week on the Smarttender trading platform, as well as in our periodicals for subscribers EXPRO Gas&Oil Daily PROCUREMENT and EXPRO Gas&Oil Weekly

The services commencement is scheduled for October 16, 2021. The bidding deadline is September 27, 2021. Appraisal well No. 17 was drilled for exploration of the gas deposits in the Bashkirian and Serpukhovian deposits with a TVD of 3,475m and a PBTD of 3,311m.

The design perforation interval is 2,735.6- 2,732.6 m, due to which it is planned to recover the B-10 horizon, which has not been tested before. According to the lithological characteristics, horizon B-10 is represented by the tight gas-saturated limestone.

At the same time, the company announced one more tender for well interventions, namely production logging and perforation operations in well #17 of the Makiyivske GCF.

In addition, last year Kub-Gaz published intentions in the EIA Register for the construction of the exploration well No. 26 at the Makiyivske field. The design depth of the vertical exploration well is 3,610 m with a probable depth increase to 3,800 m according to the results of geophysical studies. However, there was no information about the implementation of these intentions.

14:41 / 29 September 2021

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