Mari Petroleum Limited recently made important discoveries in Sindh, particularly in the second Ghaziji Formation.
The company reported promising results after drilling to a depth of 1,014 meters.
This exploration is expected to make a significant contribution to the region’s energy resources, with expected gas production of 6.
57 million standard cubic feet per day upon completion of the drilling process.
Gas well pressure in the Gazizi formation was measured at 306 pounds per square inch, indicating favorable conditions for production.
The next step is to conduct a prototype wellbore, subject to completion of the necessary regulatory procedures.
It is noteworthy that Mali Petroleum Limited retains its position as the sole operator of Mali D&PL and holds 100% goodwill in the company.
In a similar development as last year, Oil and Gas Development Company Limited (OGDCL) announced a new discovery at Kot Nawab in Sinjoro area of Sanhar district of Sindh.
The discovery contained 125 barrels of oil per day, 4.
83 million standard cubic feet of gas per day, and 400 barrels of water per day.
OGDCL holds a 76% stake and operates the Shinjoji Block in partnership with Orient Petroleum Inc (19%) and Government Holdings Private Limited (5%) as joint venture partners.