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    Strike Energy spuds SE1 well in WA

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The primary objective of the well is to delineate approximately 350 petajoules of resources in order to secure the gas requirements for Strike's Haber urea project.

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Strike Energy spuds SE1 well in WA

Australian gas producer Strike Energy spudded the South Erregulla-1 (SE1) well in Western Australia last week, it said on January 17.

South Erregulla is located in the 100% Strike owned EP503 which adjoins EP469 where the company as operator has made a conventional gas discovery at West Erregulla. SE1 lies less than 5 km to the south of the nearest West Erregulla intersection.

The primary objective of the well is to delineate approximately 350 petajoules of resources in order to secure the gas requirements for Haber urea project. On confirmation of success at SE1, Strike will look to sanction additional detailed engineering, finalise the urea offtake process, and progress the equity/debt processes for Haber project.