Shell Discovers Extension of Sangu Gas Field

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13 January, 2000

Shell Bangladesh Exploration and Development BV has discovered an extension of the Sangu Field located in the Bay of Bengal (Block 16). During the drilling of offshore appraisal well South Sangu-1 gas-bearing sandstone has been found.

Preliminary analysis of intermediate wireline log data indicate that South Sangu-1 intersected 34 gross metres of gas-bearing sandstone at a depth below 3300m. The drilling of the well continues seeking deeper objectives.

South Sangu-1 is being drilled under the Block 16 Production Sharing Contract with Petrobangla by a joint venture of Shell, Cairn Energy PLC and HBR Energy, Inc. With their current appraisal and exploration campaign the joint venture partners are seeking new potential, which will add to gas reserves in Bangladesh.

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