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Empire O&G wins 2 onshore exploration blocks in Western Australia


Published Oct 29, 2014
Empire Oil & Gas

Empire Oil & Gas, as Operator of the EP 389 Joint Venture, disclosed that the EP 389 Joint Venture parties have been granted Petroleum Production Licenses L 18 & L 19 by the Western Australia Department of Minerals and Petroleum over the two exploration blocks, which covers approximately 7 square miles (18 square kilometers) incorporating the Red Gully-1 and Gingin West-1 producing fields and the Red Gully Processing Facility.

The Red Gully-1 and Gingin West-1 wells have been producing gas and condensate on an Extended Production Test (EPT) through the Red Gully Processing Facility since first gas was produced in June 2013 and commissioning of the facility occurred in September 2013.

The Red Gully-1 B Sands were perforated in late June and have since tested via production through the facility with average daily sales for the September Quarter of 7.7 terajoules (TJ) and around 360 barrels of condensate per day.

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