Noble Energy reports driling and flow test results in offshore Cyprus Noble Energy announced that the A-2 appraisal well drilled on the Block 12 discovery offshore the Republic of Cyprus has successfully encountered approximately 120 feet of net natural gas pay within the targeted Miocene-aged sand intervals. The Cyprus A-2 well was drilled to a total depth of 18,865 feet in 5,575 feet of water. The test yielded a maximum flow rate of 56M cubic feet per day of natural gas. Performance modeling indicates development wells in the reservoir should have capacity to deliver up to 250 Mmcf/d. Noble Energy operates Block 12 offshore the Republic of Cyprus with a 70% working interest.
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Noble Energy reports new discoveries in Gulf of Mexico and Eastern Mediterranean Noble Energy announced discoveries at the Dantzler exploration well in the Deepwater Gulf of Mexico and at the Tamar Southwest exploration well offshore Israel. At Dantzler, the well encountered over 120 net feet of primarily crude oil pay in two reservoirs. Discovered gross resources at Dantzler are now estimated at 55MBoe-95MBoe. The Tamar SW well encountered approximately 355 feet of net natural gas pay. The range of gross resources of the field is 640Bcf-770Bcf of natural gas. Per well productivity is anticipated to be 250Mcf of natural gas per day.