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Buru Energy maintains the drilling pace at Ungani

Production at Ungani recommenced in late October 2017.
Aerial view of Ungani Production Facility

Buru Energy Ltd (ASX:BRU) is continuing its drilling program at pace at the wholly-owned Ungani Oilfield, located in the Canning Basin of Western Australia.

WATCH: Aerial view of Ungani Production Facility & Drilling Operations at Ungani 5

The Ungani 5 appraisal well has been drilled ahead in a 12¼ inch surface hole to the first casing setting depth of 918 metres.

The current operation is preparing to run a 9⅝ inch casing.

The well is being drilled by the DDGT1 rig to a prognosed total depth of around 2,200 metres, and is expected to take 33 days to drill and complete.

It is located 1,140 metres to the east of Ungani 1 on a separate drilling pad and is designed to appraise the oil pool discovered by the Ungani 3 well.

READ: Buru Energy continues oil production ramp up amid surging prices

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