PGNiG SA has spudded the Rehman-6 production well on the western part of Rehman field in Pakistan to develop tight gas in a Cretaceous sandstone formation. Crews plan to drill to 2,700 m.
PGNiG Pres. Piotr Wozniak said the company plans to drill four wells and put three of them on stream, including Rehman-6, during 2019.
Rehman field is on the border of the Sindh and Baluchistan provinces in southern Pakistan. PGNiG is the operator with 70% interest in the production. The companys partner is Pakistan Petroleum Ltd.
Rehman and Rizq field already produce gas. Production from both fields is sent to a production facility in Rehman field. PGNiG said Rehman field is its first onshore production outside Poland while in Norway, PGNiG operates offshore platforms.
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