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    Falcon resumes ops at Kyalla 117 in Beetaloo

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The company and its joint venture partner Origin Energy had in July temporarily paused operations at Kyalla 117 owing to a potential downhole flow restriction.

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Falcon resumes ops at Kyalla 117 in Beetaloo

London-listed Falcon Oil & Gas on September 14 said that operations have resumed at Kyalla 117 N2-1H ST2 well in the Beetaloo sub-Basin, Northern Territory, Australia.  

The company and its joint venture partner Origin Energy had in July temporarily paused operations at Kyalla 117 owing to a potential downhole flow restriction.

“Current operations, if successful in resolving the restriction, will result in an extended production test being carried out to determine the expected longer-term performance of the well,” Falcon said. The company is fully carried for all of the capex associated with this work.