Trumpetfish and Redmouth wells up next on Exxon’s Stabroek Block drill campaign

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ExxonMobil is targeting the Trumpetfish-1 and Redmouth-1 wells next in its Stabroek Block exploration campaign. 

According to notices from Guyana’s Maritime Administration Department (MARAD), drilling at Trumpetfish-1 is scheduled to conclude on April 30 while drilling at Redmouth-1 is scheduled to end on July 15. 

Both prospects are anchor-hunting wells, meaning they target new reserve bases for potential standalone developments. Both wells are located west of the Liza and Payara discoveries. 

ExxonMobil Guyana’s Stabroek Block exploration roster includes seven wells. The company announced the Bluefin-1 discovery in March. This forms part of its 35-well campaign, which spans several years.

ExxonMobil has thus far discovered more than 11 billion oil-equivalent barrels offshore Guyana. It holds a 45% stake in the Stabroek Block with Hess holding 30% and CNOOC 25%.


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