Trillion Energy International Inc. discovered gas from the Guluc 2 well in Düzce , offshore Turkey in the Black Sea, Oil&Gas Journal reports.
The well, the third in a multi-well program, reached 3,910 m total measured depth and true vertical debt of 1,623 m on Jan. 26 and discovered an abundance of gas pay, the company said in a release Feb. 2.
Logging while drilling (LWD) results suggest 73 m of potential natural gas pay within 14 separate sands in the Akcakoca Member (SASB production zone). There are three gas sand reservoirs greater than 9 m thick each, and the LWD identified gas sands correlated with natural gas detected at surface in drilling mud, the company said.
Initial perforation intervals are currently being selected to bring the well into production. It is expected that only the lower zones of Guluc 2 will be perforated initially. Completion and flow testing will occur over the first weekend of February, with results to be announced in the days following.
Source: Oil&Gas Journal