LUKOIL continues exploration at Block 10, appraisal of Eridu field in Iraq

At Block 10, 2D seismic acquisition of the southern and central parts is planned to be accomplished over an area of 3,500 linear kilometres to ensure the mapping of targets for prospect drilling.

The scope of appraisal works at Eridu field includes a 3D seismic survey of 983 square kilometres to update the extension of the field and its geological structure.
The scope of appraisal works at Eridu field includes a 3D seismic survey of 983 square kilometres to update the extension of the field and its geological structure.

LUKOIL has signed contracts with Iraqi state owned Oil Exploration Company on the performance of seismic surveys.

These will be held at the earlier discovered Eridu field to comprehensively appraise its geological potential, and also at Block 10's southern and central parts, previously not part of the survey.

The scope of appraisal works at Eridu field includes a 3D seismic survey of 983 square kilometres to update the extension of the field and its geological structure.

At Block 10, 2D seismic acquisition of the southern and central parts is planned to be accomplished over an area of 3,500 linear kilometres to ensure the mapping of targets for prospect drilling.

The approved geological exploration plan for Eridu field envisages the drilling of additional appraisal wells on a mid-term horizon.​

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