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Sound Energy says first well in its current exploration well programme in eastern Morocco drilled to first casing point

The upstream gas company said the first casing point was at a measured depth of 352 metres and that the 13 3/8" casing has been set and cemented in the top of a series of Middle Jurassic Dolomite and Limestones
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Sound Energy said it will now proceed to drill towards the second casing point at a measured depth of approximately 2,300 metres

Sound Energy PLC (LON:SOU) has confirmed that the first well in its current three exploration well programme in eastern Morocco, TE-9 has been drilled to its first casing point.

The Moroccan-focused upstream gas company said the first casing point for TE-9 was at a measured depth of 352 metres and that the 13 3/8" casing has been set and cemented in the top of a series of Middle Jurassic Dolomite and Limestones. 

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The company said it will now proceed to drill towards the second casing point at a measured depth of approximately 2,300 metres.

Sound Energy said it looks forward to updating investors on the achievement of each of the second casing point (9 5/8" casing), the setting of a 7" liner (if required) and achievement of total depth, with further announcements to be made, as appropriate, in due course.

The company also confirms the fourth quarter investor presentation is now available on its website.

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