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    Sound Energy provides operational update for Morocco, Italy assets

    13 Jun 2017

    Sound Energy, the African and European focused upstream gas company, is pleased to confirm the commencement of operations to re-enter and test the Koba-1 well at the Company's Sidi Moktar licence, onshore Morocco, and to provide a further update on the drilling of the Badile exploration well, onshore Italy.

    Sidi Moktar

    The Company is pleased to announce that operations to re-enter and test the Koba-1 well at Sidi Moktar have now commenced. Operations will include the perforation and testing of the Lower Liassic and a potential testing of the Argovian. The total operation is expected to take approximately ten days, after which the rig will move to the Kamar-1 well for the second stage of the operation, as announced on May 17, 2017. The Sidi Moktar licences cover 2,700 km2 in the Essaouira basin, central Morocco, and are close to existing infrastructure and gas demand, including the large scale Moroccan state owned OCP Phosphate plant.


    The Company confirms that drilling continues successfully at the Badile exploration well, which has reached a measured depth of 4,328 m within the Medolo formation. Drilling continues towards the reservoir which the Company expects to penetrate, after setting a 7-in. liner just above the pay zone, later this month.


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