Today our client Leigh Creek Energy (LCK) announced the signing of an EPCM contract with us to provide the well engineering services for their 2021 program. LCK has recently been awarded a petroleum production licence to supply gas as part of the Leigh Creek Energy Project (LCEP). The LCEP is a project to develop granular urea for soil nutrient replenishment at a cost below that of current imports. The supply gas required to support this urea production will come from in-situ gasification wells that inGauge has now been contracted to design, seek approval for and construct on behalf of the client. We are thrilled to be invited back to work with LCK again and look forward to the commencement of this first commercialisation phase.
Read more about this announcement and the LCK project here.
Lakes Oil N.L., the oldest Australian focused oil and gas exploration company, changed its name to Lakes Blue Energy N.L. in 2020 to better reflect its focus on producing cheap, clean, dispatchable energy from alternative sources (eg Hydrogen, waste heat, compressed air technologies, etc) beyond the traditional oil and gas space.
inGauge assists CTSCo to drill West Moonie 2, achieves all critical well objectives, on time and under budget
CTSCo’s West Moonie 2 well has been completed on time and below budget with all objectives achieved. inGauge managed the well design, preplanning and execution on behalf of CTSCo.
inGauge provided engineering and project execution for the 2021 workover campaign aimed at enhancing production from the Glenaras Lateral Pilot area. The programme has now been completed and is showing signs of success with gas rates in the field increasing to near 80 Mscfd.