ONGC finds gas, oil offshore west and east India

ONGC has three new offshore discoveries, the company revealed in its latest results statement.
In the SWMH ML lease in the Mumbai Offshore basin, the company drilled exploratory well WO-24-3 (WO-24-C) to a depth of 2,360 m (7,743 ft).
The well tested intervals in the Basal Clastics, Mukta and Panvel formations. All flowed gas and condensate.
In the KG Offshore basin offshore eastern India, well GD-10-1(AA) in the KG-OS-DW-III PEL block was drilled to a depth of 2,829 m (9,281 ft), with two hydrocarbon zones tested in the Godavari clay formation. Both flowed gas.
Finally, well GS-29#11 (GS-29-AL) in the GS-29 Extn. PML concession in the same basin was drilled to a depth of 2,718 m (8,917 ft).
A sand objective in a Pliocene interval test-flowed oil and gas, boosting the company’s reserves at the Pliocene level in the GS-29 area and potentially improving prospects for a development.
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