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.

Glenaras Pilot Enhancement Programme

Glenaras Pilot Enhancement Programme

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.

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Well Integrity Gets Targeted

Well Integrity Gets Targeted

inGauge Energy has started a project with a major Australian gas producer to review and update their well integrity management system. The aim of the project is to be much more pre-emptive and targeted in response to well integrity issues to ensure money is spent resolving issues rather than simply re-confirming known problems.

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Gas Flaring at Carpentaria 1

Gas Flaring at Carpentaria 1

Empire today updated the market with images of the flare at Carpentaria 1. This is a particularly exciting time for Empire as years of work starts to show itself in gas to surface. Tom (inGauge Completion Engineer) is getting to be an expert with the inGuage drone, taking some fantastic images of the flare shining forth on site, as the sun sets over the vast expanse of the Empire acreage. Tom was quoted as saying that using the drone was the only way of keeping Kelvin out of the photos.

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