Setty (Egyptian Drilling Company (EDC)) (Jackup)

'Setty' jackup completes first 9 development wells in Gabon

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15 May 2014

Total Gabon has released its financial information for the first quarter of 2014 and an update on its development drilling program on the Anguille field. The Setty jackup owned and operated by the Egyptian Drilling Company (“EDC”) has completed the first nine development wells on the Anguille field redevelopment project. The unit which has been contracted by Total since 2012 has drilled eight production wells and one injection well, all of which are now operational. A total of 21 wells are expected to be drilled in the third phase of Anguille’s development. The jackup is performing drilling operations whilst connected to the Anguille Marine Nord (“AGMN”) platform.

Source: http://www.total.com/sites/default/files/atoms/files/total-gabon-first-quarter-2014-results.pdf


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1 Aug 2014

'Setty' jackup completes first 10 development wells in Gabon

Total Gabon has released its financial information for the first half of 2014 and an update on its development drilling program on the Anguille field. The Setty jackup owned and operated by the Egyptian Drilling Company (“EDC”) has completed the first ten development wells on the Anguille field redevelopment project. The unit which has been contracted by Total since 2012 has drilled eight production wells and two injection wells, all of which are now operational. A total of 21 wells are expected to be drilled on Anguille. The jackup is performing drilling operations whilst connected to the Anguille Marine Nord (“AGMN”) platform.

14 Nov 2014

'Setty' jackup completes 12 development wells in Gabon

Total Gabon has released its financial information for the third quarter of 2014 and an update on its development drilling program on the Anguille field. The Setty jackup owned and operated by the Egyptian Drilling Company (“EDC”) has completed the first 12 development wells on the Anguille field redevelopment project. The unit which has been contracted by Total since 2012 has drilled ten production wells and two injection wells, all of which are now operational. A total of 21 wells are expected to be drilled in the third phase of Anguille’s development. The jackup is performing drilling operations whilst connected to the Anguille Marine Nord (“AGMN”) platform.

2 Apr 2013

First oil from new AGMN platform in Gabon

Total Gabon has announced that it has achieved first oil from the Anguille Marine Nord (“AGMN”) platform, located in water depths of 30 metres in Gabon. The AGMN platform was installed in Q1 2012 and the Setty jackup has been drilling the first of the 21 planned development wells since May 2012. Thus far the Setty jackup has drilled four development wells, with fifteen production and six injection wells in total to be drilled. Upon completion of the development drilling programme, the field is expected to produce nearly 20,000/bpd.

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