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  • General information

    General information
    Attribute Value
    Wellbore name
    Official name of wellbore based on Norwegian Offshore Directorate guidelines for designation of wells and wellbores.
    9/2-2
    Type
    Wellbore type. Legal values: EXPLORATION, DEVELOPMENT, OTHER (see 'Purpose' for more information)
    EXPLORATION
    Purpose
    Final classification of the wellbore.

    Legal values for exploration wellbores:
    WILDCAT, APPRAISAL, WILDCAT-CCS, APPRAISAL-CCS.

    Legal values for development wellbores:
    OBSERVATION, PRODUCTION, INJECTION, INJECTION-CCS, OBSERVATION-CCS.

    Legal values for other wellbores:
    SOIL DRILLING (drilling in connection with track surveys and other subsurface surveys to investigate the soil conditions prior to placement of facilities),
    SHALLOW GAS (drilling to investigate shallow gas before the first 'real' drilling on the location),
    PILOT (drilling to investigate the geology and fluid connectors for location of the main wellbore),
    SCIENTIFIC (drilling according to Law of Scientific research and exploration),
    STRATIGRAPHIC (driling according to Law of Petroleum activities §2-1).
    WILDCAT
    Status
    Status for the wellbore. Legal values are:

    BLOWOUT: A blowout has occurred in the well.
    CLOSED: A development wellbore that has been closed in a shorter or longer periode. Also applies to development wellbores where drilling is completed, but production/injection has not yet been reported.
    DRILLING: The well is in the drilling phase - can be active drilling, logging, testing or plugging,
    JUNKED: The drilling operation has been terminated due to technical problems.
    P&A: Exploration: The well is plugged and abandoned, and can not be reentered for further use. Development wells: The production/injection from/to the well is stopped and the well is plugged. The wellhead is removed or else made unavailable for further well operations.
    PLUGGED: The wellbore has been plugged, but the upper parts of the wellbore can be re-used. A sidetrack might be drilled at a later stage.
    PRODUCING: It was produced from the wellbore at the time of the operators last monthly report to the Norwegian Offshore Directorate.
    INJECTING: It was injected to the wellbore at the time of the operators last monthly report to the Norwegian Offshore Directorate.
    PREDRILLED: The upper part of the well has been drilled, usually as part of a batch-drilling campaign covering several wellbores.
    RE-CLASS TO DEV: Exploration wellbore that is reclassified to a development wellbore.
    RE-CLASS TO TEST: Exploration wellbore that is reclassified to test production.
    SUSPENDED: The drilling operation in the wellbore has been temporarily stopped. The current plan is to continue drilling later on.
    P&A
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    Main area
    Name of the area on the Norwegian Continental Shelf where the wellbore is located. Legal values: BARENTS SEA, NORWEGIAN SEA, NORTH SEA.
    NORTH SEA
    Well name
    Official name of the parent well for the wellbore based on Norwegian Offshore Directorate guidelines for designation of wells and wellbores.
    9/2-2
    Seismic location
    Position of spud location on seismic survey lines. SP: shotpoint.
    ST 8626 - 418 SP. 173
    Production licence
    Official designation of the production licence the wellbore was drilled or planned to be drilled from ( well head posistion).
    Drilling operator
    Name of the licensee starting the drilling operation on behalf of the active production license (well head position). This will usually equal the operator of the production license.
    Den norske stats oljeselskap a.s
    Drill permit
    The drilling permit number together with the version of the drilling permit as stated in the drilling permit granted by the Norwegian Offshore Directorate.
    558-L
    Drilling facility
    Norwegian Offshore Directorate's name of the facility which the wellbore was drilled from.
    Drilling days
    Number of days from wellbore entry to wellbore completion.
    45
    Entered date
    The date when he wellbore was spudded. For sidetracks: The date when new formation was drilled by kicking off from the mother-wellbore,
    08.08.1987
    Completed date
    Exploration wellbores from moveable facilities:
    For floating facilities - date when anchor handling is started. For jackups - date the jacking-down started. Exploration wellbores from fixed facilities and all development wellbores:
    Date when the wellbore is at total depth, and last casing, liner or screen is set. In case of immediate plugging of the wellbore, completed date equals the date the last plug i set in the wellbore.
    Date when the wellbore is at total depth, and last casing, liner or screen is set. In case of immediate plugging of the wellbore, completed date equals the date the last plug i set in the wellbore.
    21.09.1987
    Release date
    Date when raw data which has been reported to the authorities from the wellbore is not confidential any longer. Normally 2 years after finishing the drilling. May be earlier if the area of the production license is relinquished.
    21.09.1989
    Publication date
    Date quality control of the wellbore information was completed, so it can be published on the internet as a 'Well Data Summary Sheet' wellbore with more information available than other wellbores.
    25.04.2005
    Purpose - planned
    Pre-drill purpose of the wellbore. Legal values for exploration wellbores: WILDCAT, APPRAISAL, WILDCAT-CCS, APPRAISAL-CCS. Example of legal values for development wellbores: OBSERVATION, PRODUCTION, INJECTION.
    WILDCAT
    Reentry
    Status whether the wellbore has been re-entered (YES) or not (NO). Re-entered wellbores are not included in the count when wellbores are presented in statistical overviews.
    NO
    Content
    For exploration wellbores, status of discovery.

    Legal values:
    DRY, SHOWS (trace amounts of hydrocarbons), GAS, GAS/CONDENSATE, OIL or OIL/GAS.
    SHOWS (GAS SHOWS, OIL SHOWS or OIL/GAS SHOWS) are detected as fluorescent cut (organic extract), petroleum odour, or visual stain on cuttings or cores, or as increased gas reading on the mud-loggers gas detection equipment.
    Legal values for WILDCAT-CCS and APPRAISAL-CCS: WATER

    For development wellbores, type of produced/injected fluid.
    Legal values:
    WATER, CUTTINGS, NOT AVAILABLE, OIL, GAS/CONDENSATE, OIL/GAS, CO2, GAS, WATER/GAS, NOT APPLICABLE.
    OIL SHOWS
    Discovery wellbore
    Indicator which tells if the wellbore made a new discovery. Legal values: YES, NO. Prior to press-release or other information regarding drilling results, the indicator will be “NO” as a default.
    NO
    Kelly bushing elevation [m]
    Elevation of the rotary kelly bushing (RKB) above mean sea level.
    22.0
    Water depth [m]
    Depth in metres betweem mean sea level and sea floor.
    99.0
    Total depth (MD) [m RKB]
    Total measured length of wellbore from kelly bushing to total depth (driller's depth).
    3550.0
    Final vertical depth (TVD) [m RKB]
    Vertical elevation from total depth to kelly bushing. Shown only for released wells. Referred to as true vertical depth (TVD).
    3548.0
    Maximum inclination [°]
    Maximum deviation, in degrees, from a vertical well path.Shown only for released wells.
    11.1
    Bottom hole temperature [°C]
    Estimated temperature at final total depth of the wellbore. Shown only for released wells. See discription.
    104
    Oldest penetrated age
    Age (according to Geologic Time Scale 2004 by F. M. Gradstein, et al. (2004)) of the oldest penetrated formation. May differ from age at TD for example in deviated wellbores. Examples of legal values: CRETACEOUS, EARLY CRETACEOUS, LATE JURASSIC, EARLY PERMIAN, EARLY TRIASSIC, EOCENE.
    LATE TRIASSIC
    Oldest penetrated formation
    Name of the oldest lithostratigraphic unit penetrated by the wellbore. Shown only for released wells. In most wellbores this is formation or group at total depth. May differ from formation or group at TD for example in wellbores drilled with high deviation or through faults. Examples of legal values: AMUNDSEN FM, BALDER FM, BASEMENT, BLODØKS FM, BRYNE FM, BURTON FM, COOK FM, DRAKE FM, DRAUPNE FM, EKOFISK FM, DUNLIN GP.
    SKAGERRAK FM
    Geodetic datum
    Reference system for coordinates. Example of legal values: ED50.
    ED50
    NS degrees
    Geographic coordinate of the wellhead, north-south degrees.
    57° 52' 44.35'' N
    EW degrees
    Geographic coordinate of the wellhead, east-west degrees.
    4° 24' 0.69'' E
    NS UTM [m]
    Universal Transverse Mercator coordinate of the wellhead, north-south.
    6416242.45
    EW UTM [m]
    Universal Transverse Mercator coordinate of the wellhead, east-west.
    583043.78
    UTM zone
    Universal Transverse Mercator zone. Examples of legal values: 31, 32, 33, 34.
    31
    NPDID wellbore
    Norwegian Offshore Directorate's unique id for the wellbore.
    1135
  • Wellbore history

    "
    General
    Wildcat well 9/2-2 was drilled on a fault-induced dome-formed structural trap (the Alpha structure) in the northwestern part of the block. The primary objective for the well was to test the Jurassic sandstones of the Sandnes- and Bryne Formations in the structure. In addition the well should test the structural and geophysical interpretations, and improve the geological, geochemical and paleontological understanding of the area. The well was programmed and designed as a possible future producer.
    Operations and results
    Wildcat well 9/2-2 was spudded with the semi-submersible installation Ross Isle 8 august 1987 and drilled to TD at 3550 m in the Triassic Skagerrak Formation. Drilling went on with some minor problems in the interval 2400 - 3000 m. Inclination increased in the 8 1/2" section towards TD and was 11.1° at 3539 m. The well was drilled with seawater and gel down to 363 m, with gypsum/polymer mud from 363 m to 2871 m, and with gel/lignosulphonate mud from 2871 m to TD.
    Top Sandnes and Bryne sandstones were reached at 3131 m and 3230 m respectively. From the logs the Middle Jurassic sandstones were interpreted as water bearing. The results of the log interpretation indicated some low hydrocarbon saturations in the lower part of the Sandnes formation and in major parts of the Bryne formation. Some residual hydrocarbons may be present, but the major part of the hydrocarbon saturations, particular in the Bryne formation, is unrealistic due to organic material and coal layers affecting the logs. The first show in the well was recorded at 3114 m and the deepest near TD at 3544 m. The shows were generally seen in shales and coals or in sandstones interbedded with shales and coals. The strongest and most continuous shows were seen in shales from 3114 m to 3234 m (base Egersund Formation - upper Sandnes Formation), and in interbedded sands, shales, and coals in the interval 3417 m to 3498 m (base Bryne Formation and throughout the Fjerritslev Formation). The core from top of the Sandnes reservoir sandstone was devoid of shows and the logs displayed a water-bearing reservoir. Organic geochemical analyses showed excellent source rock potential in the Tau Formation, particularly the upper part which had TOC up to 8 % and hydrogen index up to 570 mg HC/g TOC. Also the lower Bryne Formation had excellent properties with TOC in the range 2.6 to 13 % and hydrogen index in the range 100 to 480 mg HC/g TOC. From vitrinite reflectance and rock-eval Tmax the well is evaluated as mature for oil generation below ca 2900 m and immature above. One run with the FMT tool was made over the interval 3135.8 to 3182.8 m in the Sandnes Fm. The open-hole section below 3182.8 m was not investigated due to malfunction of the FMT tool. No fluid samples were taken. The pressure readings showed a clear water gradient of 1.135 g/cc. This is in good agreement with the water density measured on water samples from the well 9/2-1, DST 1. When comparing FMT data from the wells 9/2-2 and 9/2-1, it is most likely to believe that the Jurassic sandstone in the two wells is in pressure communication. Two cores were cut, one in the Sandnes Formation and one in the Fjerritslev Formation. After having run final electrical logs, it was decided not to test the well.
    The well was permanently abandoned on 21 September 1987 as a well with shows.
    Testing
    No drill stem test was performed.
  • Cuttings at the Norwegian Offshore Directorate

    Cuttings at the Norwegian Offshore Directorate
    Cuttings available for sampling?
    YES
    Cuttings at the Norwegian Offshore Directorate
    Cutting sample, top depth [m]
    Cutting samples, bottom depth [m]
    370.00
    3550.00
  • Cores at the Norwegian Offshore Directorate

    Cores at the Norwegian Offshore Directorate
    Core sample number
    Core sample - top depth
    Core sample - bottom depth
    Core sample depth - uom
    1
    3135.0
    3163.4
    [m ]
    2
    3414.0
    3431.0
    [m ]
    Cores at the Norwegian Offshore Directorate
    Total core sample length [m]
    45.4
    Cores at the Norwegian Offshore Directorate
    Cores available for sampling?
    YES
  • Core photos

    Core photos
    Core photo at depth: 3135-3140m
    Core photo at depth: 3140-3145m
    Core photo at depth: 3145-3150m
    Core photo at depth: 3150-3155m
    Core photo at depth: 3155-3160m
    3135-3140m
    3140-3145m
    3145-3150m
    3150-3155m
    3155-3160m
    Core photo at depth: 3160-3163m
    Core photo at depth: 3414-3419m
    Core photo at depth: 3419-3424m
    Core photo at depth: 3424-3429m
    Core photo at depth: 3429-3431m
    3160-3163m
    3414-3419m
    3419-3424m
    3424-3429m
    3429-3431m
  • Palynological slides at the Norwegian Offshore Directorate

    Palynological slides at the Norwegian Offshore Directorate
    Sample depth
    Depth unit
    Sample type
    Laboratory
    520.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    540.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    560.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    580.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    600.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    620.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    640.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    660.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    700.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    720.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    740.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    756.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    774.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    792.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    807.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    822.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    840.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    855.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    1446.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    1464.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    1482.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    1500.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    1518.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    1536.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    1554.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    1572.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    1590.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    1608.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    1626.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    1644.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    1662.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    1680.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    1698.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    1716.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    1734.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    1752.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    1770.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    1788.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    1806.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    1821.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    1836.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    1851.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    1866.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    1881.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    1896.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    1911.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    1926.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    1941.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    1956.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    1971.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    1986.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2001.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2016.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2031.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2046.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2061.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2076.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2091.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2106.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2121.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2136.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2151.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2166.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2181.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2196.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2211.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2226.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2241.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2256.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2271.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2298.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2313.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2328.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2343.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2358.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2373.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2388.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2403.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2418.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2433.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2448.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2463.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2478.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2493.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2508.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2523.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2538.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2553.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2568.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2583.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2598.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2613.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2628.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2643.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2658.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2673.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2688.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2703.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2718.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2733.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2748.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2766.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2778.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2793.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2808.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2823.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2838.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2853.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2868.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2916.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2931.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2946.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2952.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2961.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2976.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2982.0
    [m]
    SWC
    GEARH
    2991.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    2995.0
    [m]
    SWC
    GEARH
    3006.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    3015.0
    [m]
    SWC
    GEARH
    3021.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    3030.0
    [m]
    SWC
    GEARH
    3036.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    3051.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    3060.0
    [m]
    SWC
    GEARH
    3066.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    3081.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    3090.0
    [m]
    SWC
    GEARH
    3096.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    3111.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    3120.0
    [m]
    SWC
    GEARH
    3126.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    3130.0
    [m]
    SWC
    GEARH
    3137.7
    [m]
    C
    GEARH
    3146.9
    [m]
    C
    GEARH
    3152.0
    [m]
    C
    GEARH
    3154.4
    [m]
    C
    GEARH
    3159.3
    [m]
    C
    GEARH
    3170.0
    [m]
    SWC
    GEARH
    3174.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    3189.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    3204.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    3210.0
    [m]
    SWC
    GEARH
    3219.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    3225.0
    [m]
    SWC
    GEARH
    3234.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    3249.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    3264.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    3271.0
    [m]
    SWC
    GEARH
    3279.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    3294.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    3309.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    3324.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    3339.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    3354.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    3363.0
    [m]
    SWC
    GEARH
    3369.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    3384.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    3399.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    3410.0
    [m]
    SWC
    GEARH
    3414.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARH
    3419.9
    [m]
    C
    GEARH
    3421.5
    [m]
    DC
    GEUS
    3426.4
    [m]
    C
    GEARHART
    3428.4
    [m]
    DC
    GEUS
    3428.7
    [m]
    DC
    GEUS
    3430.8
    [m]
    DC
    GEUS
    3434.0
    [m]
    SWC
    GEARHART
    3441.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARHA
    3456.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARHA
    3471.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARHA
    3486.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARHA
    3495.0
    [m]
    SWC
    GEARHA
    3501.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARHA
    3516.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARHA
    3523.0
    [m]
    SWC
    GEARHA
    3531.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARHA
    3540.0
    [m]
    SWC
    GEARHA
    3546.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARHA
    3550.0
    [m]
    DC
    GEARHA
  • Lithostratigraphy

  • Composite logs

    Composite logs
    Document name
    Document format
    Document size [MB]
    pdf
    0.57
  • Geochemical information

    Geochemical information
    Document name
    Document format
    Document size [MB]
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    4.02
  • Documents – reported by the production licence (period for duty of secrecy expired)

    Documents – reported by the production licence (period for duty of secrecy expired)
    Document name
    Document format
    Document size [MB]
    pdf
    26.67
  • Logs

    Logs
    Log type
    Log top depth [m]
    Log bottom depth [m]
    ACBL VDL GR
    350
    1092
    ACBL VDL GR
    2000
    2835
    CDL GR CAL
    334
    2814
    CNL GR
    3050
    3517
    DIFL ACL GR SP CAL
    334
    2832
    DIFL ACL GR SP CAL MLL
    2835
    3547
    FMT
    3135
    3138
    HR DIP
    2856
    3521
    MWD - GR RES DIR
    189
    3550
    SWC
    2957
    3540
    SWC
    2960
    3543
    TEMP
    2000
    2825
    VELOCITY
    840
    3535
    ZDEN CNL GR CAL
    2835
    3543
  • Casing and leak–off tests

    Casing and leak–off tests
    Casing type
    Casing diam.
    [inch]
    Casing depth
    [m]
    Hole diam.
    [inch]
    Hole depth
    [m]
    LOT/FIT mud eqv.
    [g/cm3]
    Formation test type
    CONDUCTOR
    30
    182.0
    36
    182.0
    0.00
    LOT
    SURF.COND.
    20
    334.0
    26
    366.0
    1.39
    LOT
    INTERM.
    13 3/8
    1093.0
    17 1/2
    1128.0
    1.78
    LOT
    INTERM.
    9 5/8
    2838.0
    12 1/4
    2875.0
    1.80
    LOT
    OPEN HOLE
    3577.0
    8 1/2
    3577.0
    0.00
    LOT
  • Drilling mud

    Drilling mud
    Depth MD [m]
    Mud weight [g/cm3]
    Visc. [mPa.s]
    Yield point [Pa]
    Mud type
    Date measured
    189
    1.05
    WATER BASED
    24.08.1987
    350
    1.31
    30.0
    5.7
    WATER BASED
    18.09.1987
    350
    1.05
    19.0
    5.5
    WATER BASED
    24.08.1987
    696
    1.13
    17.0
    4.8
    WATER BASED
    24.08.1987
    793
    1.12
    15.0
    5.3
    WATER BASED
    24.08.1987
    848
    1.13
    16.0
    4.8
    WATER BASED
    24.08.1987
    876
    1.15
    20.0
    6.2
    WATER BASED
    24.08.1987
    920
    1.31
    32.0
    6.2
    WATER BASED
    16.09.1987
    920
    1.31
    32.0
    7.2
    WATER BASED
    18.09.1987
    1030
    1.15
    17.0
    7.2
    WATER BASED
    24.08.1987
    1104
    1.15
    17.0
    6.7
    WATER BASED
    24.08.1987
    1125
    1.15
    16.0
    4.3
    WATER BASED
    24.08.1987
    1153
    1.10
    12.0
    7.7
    WATER BASED
    24.08.1987
    1246
    1.10
    15.0
    7.2
    WATER BASED
    24.08.1987
    1340
    1.10
    14.0
    6.7
    WATER BASED
    24.08.1987
    1379
    1.10
    15.0
    7.2
    WATER BASED
    24.08.1987
    1409
    1.10
    16.0
    6.7
    WATER BASED
    24.08.1987
    1463
    1.10
    15.0
    6.2
    WATER BASED
    24.08.1987
    1611
    1.10
    16.0
    6.7
    WATER BASED
    24.08.1987
    1695
    1.10
    22.0
    6.7
    WATER BASED
    24.08.1987
    1794
    1.10
    21.0
    5.7
    WATER BASED
    24.08.1987
    1940
    1.10
    24.0
    7.7
    WATER BASED
    24.08.1987
    2160
    1.10
    17.0
    4.8
    WATER BASED
    24.08.1987
    2520
    1.15
    18.0
    5.2
    WATER BASED
    24.08.1987
    2713
    1.31
    30.0
    3.8
    WATER BASED
    16.09.1987
    2738
    1.20
    19.0
    5.3
    WATER BASED
    24.08.1987
    2871
    1.23
    18.0
    4.8
    WATER BASED
    25.08.1987
    2871
    1.30
    21.0
    4.8
    WATER BASED
    27.08.1987
    2871
    1.27
    23.0
    5.7
    WATER BASED
    31.08.1987
    2871
    1.27
    12.0
    2.6
    WATER BASED
    31.08.1987
    2871
    1.27
    13.0
    3.5
    WATER BASED
    31.08.1987
    2871
    1.27
    13.0
    2.9
    WATER BASED
    31.08.1987
    2871
    1.30
    20.0
    4.8
    WATER BASED
    26.08.1987
    2942
    1.27
    28.0
    4.6
    WATER BASED
    03.09.1987
    3037
    1.31
    28.0
    3.8
    WATER BASED
    03.09.1987
    3105
    1.31
    28.0
    4.3
    WATER BASED
    04.09.1987
    3152
    1.31
    30.0
    4.3
    WATER BASED
    07.09.1987
    3235
    1.31
    27.0
    3.8
    WATER BASED
    07.09.1987
    3312
    1.31
    30.0
    3.8
    WATER BASED
    07.09.1987
    3356
    1.31
    25.0
    4.3
    WATER BASED
    09.09.1987
    3414
    1.31
    26.0
    4.3
    WATER BASED
    09.09.1987
    3431
    1.31
    25.0
    3.8
    WATER BASED
    10.09.1987
    3509
    1.31
    28.0
    4.3
    WATER BASED
    11.09.1987
    3550
    1.31
    29.0
    3.3
    WATER BASED
    14.09.1987
  • Pressure plots

    Pressure plots
    The pore pressure data is sourced from well logs if no other source is specified. In some wells where pore pressure logs do not exist, information from Drill stem tests and kicks have been used. The data has been reported to the NPD, and further processed and quality controlled by IHS Markit.
    Pressure plots
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    0.22