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Successful flow rate for Tamboran

Flow rate

Tamboran Resources has achieved an average initial production flow rate of 3.03 million cubic feet per day (MMcf/d) at the Shenandoah South 1H (SS-1H) well.

The SS-1H flow test indicates that future development wells with lateral lengths of 10000 feet may be capable of delivering average rates of 18.4MMcf/d over 1000m.

“The SS-1H well continues to demonstrate a steady, low declining type-curve and holding its downhole pressure, which implies the well is connected to a world class reservoir with a strong pressure regime in the Shenandoah South area that supports initial development activities in the region,” Tamboran managing director Joel Riddle said.

“These rates continue to track average flow rates from some of the core regions in the Marcellus Shale basin in the US, which gives us confidence these rocks can produce to commercial quantities with potential to provide energy security to the Northern Territory and East Coast Australian gas markets.”

Results continue to demonstrate that the 1 million acres below 8850 feet (true vertical depth) in the Beetaloo West region is one of the most favourable places to anchor the initial development.

Tamboran also continues to undertake front end engineering and design studies on the proposed Shenandoah South Pilot Project. The company expects to take the final investment decision in mid-2024.

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