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    SDX announces gas find at MA-1X well in South Disouq

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MA-1X spudded on May 21 and reached a depth of 6,400 feet.

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SDX announces gas find at MA-1X well in South Disouq

London-listed SDX Energy on June 8 announced a gas discovery at the MA-1X well, targeting the Mohsen prospect in South Disouq in Egypt. 

MA-1X spudded on May 21 and reached a depth of 6,400 feet. The primary basal Kafr El Sheikh target was encountered at 5,762 feet and discovered at 56.3 feet of net pay gas sand with an average porosity of 31.9%.

MA-1X will now be completed and tested, with the results of the test being communicated in due course, SDX said. MA-1X is the third and final well of the 2022 South Disouq drilling campaign. The well is targeting an estimated gross unrisked P50 estimated ultimate recovery of 21bn ft3