ExxonMobil Increases Stabroek Resource Estimate to Approximately 10 Billion Barrels
- New discovery at Cataback builds confidence in the greater Turbot area
- Recent discoveries further enhance the development potential of the Stabroek Block
- More than 2,850 Guyanese supporting overall activities in country
The updated resource estimate includes a new discovery at the Cataback-1 well, which brings the total significant discoveries to more than 20 within the Stabroek Block. The Cataback-1 well encountered 243 feet (74 meters) of net pay in high quality hydrocarbon bearing sandstone reservoirs. It is located approximately 3.7 miles (6 kilometers) east of Turbot-1 and was drilled in 5,928 feet (1,807 meters) of water by the Noble Tom Madden.
“This discovery adds to the resource in the Turbot/Tripletail area, enhancing the development project potential,” said
ExxonMobil’s recent discoveries and ongoing projects continue to contribute to the advancement of the Guyanese economy, with more than 2,850 Guyanese now supporting the company’s project activities.
The Stabroek Block is 6.6 million acres (26,800 square kilometers).
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