In the Kashkadarya locale of Uzbekistan, another oilfield was found, it is interesting in light of the fact that it is in the residue of the Jurassic time frame. The area of oil was affirmed on tenth August this year.
The American organization Epsilon found a field called “Baharistan”. This is the primary oil and gas condensate field of the organization at the Mubarek speculation square (situated in the Mubarek region of Kashkadarya area).
Boring of the exploratory very much was begun on June 2, 2019, it will proceed to the arranged profundity of 3000 m. It is additionally noticed this is the main oil and gas condensate field of Epsilon Development Company at the Mubarek speculation square.
The gainful layer of the field situated in the carbonate mass of the Jurassic time frame. The well generation rate is 500,000 cubic meters of flammable gas and gas condensate every day. Another oil and gas condensate field was found in Uzbekistan on August 10 at the Mubarek venture square. The field named Bohoriston is being created by the backup of the American Epsilon Development Company LLC.
Penetrating of the promising all-around was propelled on June 2, 2019. Upon the well test at a profundity of 2445 meters, an inflow of oil, condensate and petroleum gas was acquired with a stream pace of 100 thousand cubic meters for each day. The got inflow is the proof of the disclosure of another oil and gas condensate field in Bohoriston in Uzbekistan “, the organization said.
The exploratory well penetrating at the field started on June 2, 2019. Also, only a couple of months after the fact, the pursuit yielded the first outcomes. When testing the well, an inflow of oil, condensate, and gaseous petrol was acquired with a stream pace of 100 thousand cubic meters for each day.
“The got inflow of hydrocarbons and land information vouches for the revelation of another oil and gas condensate field – Bohoriston,” the announcement peruses. The organization likewise started development of another gas pipeline 9.7 km long for shipping hydrocarbons to the Mubarek Gas Processing Plant.