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Reliance, Niko find gas in K-G Basin

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Mumbai , April 1

RELIANCE Industries Ltd and partner Niko Resources have made two new gas discoveries at the D-6 deepwater block in the Krishna-Godavari basin in the Bay of Bengal. The two partners had announced year 2002's largest gas find of 14 trillion cubic feet in the same block.

The press release issued by project partner Niko Resources said gas was found in the K-1 and K-2, the ninth and tenth consecutive successful wells drilled in the 1.9 million acre D-6 Block.

Reliance Industries has 90 per cent stake in the D-6 block while Niko Resources has the remaining 10 per cent.

The K-2 discovery well, located east of the Dhirubhai field, flowed gas at a constrained rate of about 30 million cubic feet per day during testing. The well, located in 992 metres of water, was drilled to a total depth of 2,220 metres.

The K-1 well, drilled in 1,031 metres of water to a total depth of 2,531 metres, also encountered gas although the company has not given details.

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