Oz Senex Ups Production at Roma North
Australian Senex Energy October 10 announced that natural gas production at Roma North in Queensland has continued to increase, reaching 11 terajoules/day (10.37mn ft3/day), up almost 40% since the end of the three months to June 30.
Daily gas production at Roma North continues to increase in line with existing forecasts, Senex said. In September 2019, Senex completed the first 10 wells of its current 50 well Roma North drilling campaign, immediately to the north of existing producing wells. These wells are now online and producing into the 6 petajoules/year (5.6bn ft3/year) Roma North gas processing facility, the company said.
In September, Senex completed the sale of the gas processing facility and pipeline to Jemena, which is now the owner and operator of the facility.
“With 40 wells now on production and up to 40 wells still to be drilled in the current campaign, we are encouraged by Roma North’s production performance and excited about the future of this asset,” CEO Ian Davies said. “Combined with the commencement of gas production at Project Atlas, Senex is firmly establishing itself as a material east coast gas producer.”
Banner image: Roma North gas processing facility (Credit: Senex)