Gulf Keystone’s new Shaikan results

Gulf Keystone Petroleum chief operating officer John Gerstenlauer has described as “very promising” initial results from the company’s fourth well on the Shaikan field in Kurdistan. Having been drilled to a total depth of 3,387 metres it has uncovered what potentially are two new, reservoirs in the Sargelu sands and Barsarin carbonates.

Ian Lyall reports for Proactive Investors:

Gulf Keystone Petroleum chief operating officer John Gerstenlauer has described as “very promising” initial results from the company’s fourth well on the Shaikan field in Kurdistan.

Having been drilled to a total depth of 3,387 metres it has uncovered what potentially are two new, reservoirs in the Sargelu sands and Barsarin carbonates.