Cerberus

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Cerberus covers 4 blocks off the northern coast of Western Australia, and contains 5 high potential fields. These fields are listed below.

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Gallant

Gallant is a prospect located in the lower Cretaceous stratigraphic sequence. Water depth is around 25m and the crest of the field is quite shallow at 120m.

 
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Honeybadger

Honeybadger is a prospect located in the lower Triassic aged canyons. The depth to the crest is approximately 1950m. The reservoir we believe is filled with high net to gross Turbidite sands, with a high chance of stacked pay.

 
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Kes

Kes has a crest approximately 955m from the surface, and a water depth of only 12m. A nearby well, Kybra-1 has multiple levels of fluid inclusions and bitumen staining within the Triassic stratigraphic sequence. We believe Kes has 2 potential source intervals.

 
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Belfon

Belfon has a tilted fault block structure, and is located inside of a Permian Kennedy reservoir, sealed by lower Triassic shale. The crest of the reservoir is approximately at 1700m. Basin modeling supports the likeliness of oil charge.

 
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Rudder

Rudder is targeting biggada turbidite channels. The crest of Rudder is approximately at a depth of 1150m.