Sound Energy said today that its second Tendrara well in Morocco will have 40billion square cubic feet of gas in place for production once it reaches full pressure stabilisation.
Kent-based Sound said it had been analysing the initial pressure response from the reservoir achieved during testing earlier this year.
The London-listed firm said the well, located onshore Eastern Morocco, had “demonstrated a very strong pressure to date”.
Sound said the pressure build up is still ongoing and that it would take another six to eight months to stabilise the pressure.
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