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LAFAEK, Well Description

Well: Kuda Tasi-3

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Region:

JPDA

Contact Area:

06-105

Field Name:




Well Type:

Exploration

Classification:

Dry Hole with Oil Show



Total depth (m):

3513

RKB (m):

22.9

Seabed (m):

438

Start:

20-July-2006

Finish:

22-October-2006

Well Data (release):


Status:

Draft


Well Summary


The Kuda Tasi Field is located within Production Sharing Contract Area JDPA 06-105 in the northern Bonaparte Basin of the Timor Sea, some 550 km west-northwest of Darwin and 200 km south of Timor-Leste . The Kuda Tasi Field is situated 6 km to the northeast of the Jahal Field and 16 km northeast of the Laminaria Field.
The Kuda Tasi-3 vertical appraisal well was drilled in 438 metres of water by the Maerskoperated semi-submersible drilling unit Nan Hai VI. Kuda Tasi-3 was drilled down-dip and 2.3 km northeast of the Kuda Tasi-2 appraisal well to appraise the lateral extent of the field and reservoir connectivity.
The Nan Hai VI was on location from 21 July 2006, however the well did not spud until the 22 September 2006 due to a fire in the rig store room and subsequent repairs. Kuda Tasi-3 intersected top reservoir at 3440.7 mRT and reached a total depth of 3513 mRT on 16 October 2006 in water-bearing sandstones of the Laminaria Formation. The well was plugged and abandoned as an appraisal well and the rig was released from contract on 30 October 2006.

FORMATION
AGE
MARKER
DEPTH
LOTHOLOGY
mRTmTVD
QUARTENARY-TERTIARY
Alaria/Barrracouta frms.

TERTIARY
Oliver Formation
Cartier Formation
Prion Formation
Hibernia Formation
Johnson Formation

CRETACEOUS
Upper Bathrust

Jamieson Formation
Darwin Formation
Echuca Shoals Formation

CRETACEOUS to JURASSIC
Flamingo Formation

JURASSIC
Frigate Formation
Laminaria Fromation

Total Depth.
Recent-Pliocene


Miocene
Oligocene
Eocene
Eocene
Paleocene


Maastrichtian- Cenomanian
Cenomanian – Albian
Aptian
Aptian - Valanginian


Berriasian-Tithinian


Oxfordian
Callovian
WB


BPLI
TM3
TO
TE
TE2


T

KC

KA


KV


JT
JO

TD
460.9


1067.0
1806.0
2042
2473.0
2660.0


2784.5

2947.9
3071.3
3096.0


3151.1


3406.5
3440.7

3513.0
438


1044.1
1783.1
2019
2450
2636.8


2761.2

2924.5
3047.8
3072.4


3127.5


3382.8
3417

3489
NB : Sample collection commenced at 2854.5 mRT










Argillaceous calcilutite, calcareous claystone

Claystone, minor calcilutite and calcareous claystone Argillaceous calcilutite, calcilutite,
Claystone, Agrillaceous Calcilutite


Claystone, argillaceous siltstone


Argillaceous siltstone, minor sandstone
Sandstone, argillaceous siltstone.
Lithology and Formation Tops


Cores :
No cores were cut in Kuda Tasi-3.

LOGS :

MWD

Run No.
Interval
Remarks
1508-2627DGR-EWR-P4 –DM*
22627-2854DGR-EWR-P4 –DM
32854-3513DGR-EWR-P4 –DM**

Wireline Logs
Suites/RunLOGSIntervals (mMD)MRT oCComments
1


1
1
1
1


2
3
4
HRLA-PEX-
CMR-GR

MDT-GR
FMI-DSI-GR
VSI-GR
3492– 2847


3490 – 3444
3495– 2847
3498 –2411
105


111
114
118
Logged over 2 passes, one for PEX/HRLA and one for CMR. CMR logged over the interval 3492- 3397mMD.
Pretests only
Both FMI and DSI acquired in one Run
Zero offset VSP from TD to top of cement.









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