Cooper Energy Provides Update on Sole Gas Project

  • Jun 21, 2020 AEST
  • Team Kalkine

 

Cooper Energy (ASX:COE) has provided report on the progress of commissioning activities at the Orbost Gas Processing Plant.

The production rate since reopening from May shutdown has averaged 34/TJ day. Peak daily rate was 55 TJ as compared to target of 68 TJ.

APA Group, the owner and the operator of Orbost Gas Processing Plant advised of the re-occurrence of fouling due to lengthy foaming in the second absorber which shall require a second shutdown for the clean-up of the absorber vessel. This shutdown would start on the weekend of 20 – 21 June and need around 6 days to finalise.

The Sole gas field reservoir and production wells have performed well as expected.

 

 


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