Roxi Petroleum

Oil & Gas

Roxi Petroleum to spud third Kazakhstan well

Roxi Petroleum said it expects to spud the Deep Well A6 in Kazakhstan in the next few days for a fixed cost of $8.5million. The new deep well has a planned depth of 5,000metres targeting pre-salt intervals in the Cretaceous and is expected to take four months to reach its planned total depth. A further two deep wells will also be drilled in the next 12 months with the timing and location dependent on findings from other existing deep wells.


Roxi makes exploration gains in Central Asia

Kazakhstan focused oil and gas firm Roxi Petroleum has made a second find associated with its flagship BNG asset. Core samples and logging in the second well have revealed a potentially oil bearing interval starting from 4,536 meters and extending 100 meters. It’s located approximately eight kilometres from the first deep well and is being drilled by Sinopec, the Chinese multinational, at a fixed cost of $11 million.