Harbour Energy’s deep-water exploration reveals how to shoot fish in a barrel

Operators evaluating Indonesian development options, including LNG for Indonesia, are de-risked after the multi-trillion-cubic foot Timpan gas breakthrough

Harbour Energy is preparing to further explore and appraise its ultra-deepwater Andaman II Production Sharing Contract offshore Aceh, Indonesia. This will allow it to add to the 1 trillion cubic feet of gas discovered last year by its Timpan wildcat.

Harbour thinks that Timpan-1 was low risk by wildcat standards. However, Timpan-1 was deemed to be low risk. Timpan-1 has been de-risked in the Bampo play. It reckons that the Bampo play has between 13 and 15 Tcf recoverable gas.