Strike Energy has commenced the 140km Maior 2D seismic program over the South Erregulla project, Western Australia.
The seismic campaign, which is designed to define the final well location for the South Erregulla-1 (SE1), which is set to be drilled in October.
Terrex Seismic has mobilised and begun surveying the various lines, with the campaign capturing 140km of new, modern 2D data.
The survey lines have been located on various exisiting roads, firebreaks, clearings and gaps in paddocks within the region.
Strike advised that this method of line choice was chosen to minimise landholder impact, acerbate approvals and allow for data generation in time for the earliest possibly spud of SE1.
With the permits only granted in January, the company is continuing to demonstrate its ability to take projects forward in a very timely manner.
The 2D campaign will be followed up by the proposed Minjiny 3D seismic survey post a successful SE1 well, and if land access ad approvals are granted for a post-harvest acquisition.
In addition, Strike reported that the West Erregulla appraisal campaign has continued to product strong results and supports the regional Permian gas fairway play extension to the South and into the Dandaragan Trough.
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