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|Update Following Noble’s Publication on “Aphrodite A-2” Appraisal Well Results|
Tel Aviv, Tuesday November 26, 2013. Delek Group gas subsidiaries announced that the partners in South West Tamar exploration well have concluded that strong signs of natural gas were discovered based on logging tests while drilling that were carried out by the Operator, Noble Energy Mediterranean Ltd. It is clarified that appraisal drilling work has not yet taken place and signs of natural gas do not necessarily indicate an existence of a Discovery, as defined in the rules of the PRMS and/or by the Petroleum Law.
For more information please see the immediate reports as published on TASE. http://maya.tase.co.il/bursa/indeximptoday.htmFollowing the publication from Noble Energy Ltd., parent company of Noble Energy International Ltd, with regard to the completion of "Aphrodite A-2" appraisal well in the Cyprus Block 12 License, Delek Group's gas subsidiaries advised that an updated reserves report will be published within 60 days. In addition, the partnerships estimate that the costs of the drilling will amount to $96 million instead of $117 million (for 100% Working Interest), and the drilling tests will amount to $48 million instead of $64 million (for 100% WI).
It is further noted that the Ensco 5006 rig has moved to the Tamar South-West drilling site.
For more information please see the immediate reports as published on TASE. http://maya.tase.co.il/bursa/indeximptoday.htm