Re-entry preparations have begun to prepare for side-track drilling, with negotiations underway with operators of two rigs
() is looking to book a drilling slot for November for Tilapia in the Republic of Congo as it begins for re-entry using wireline tools.
The re-entry preparations are to prepare for drilling the TLP-103C side-track. Directors are negotiating with operators of two rigs elsewhere in Congo Republic about securing a potential drilling slot.
Engineers at Tilapia have begun work to stabilise the well prior to re-entry and a contractor is being engaged to provide an isolation plug that will enable re-entry.
The installation of an isolation plug is a rig-less operation, which Anglo African said, "provides the most cost-effective solution".
Shares in the company were up 8% to 3.9p on Wednesday.
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