Talos Energy started spudding the Zama-2 appraisal well recently, a point that marked the beginning of the discovery appraisal program. The program includes two wells and one sidetrack.
Talos Energy looks to find out the reservoir’s aquifer support after drilling the Zama-2 well. It will also increase the well’s depth and find out if there are any Marte exploration prospect. Afterward, an up-dip vertical sidetrack will follow from the main bore hole. The main borehole will be cored as well as performing a drill stem test by the second-quarter 2019.
The company also plans to drill the second appraisal well to the south of the original discovery well and delineate reservoir continuity as well as quality. At the end, it looks to better understand the reservoir geology of the Zama-3. By mid next year, the appraisal program is expected to be complete.
Talos Energy is a leader in the oil and gas exploration and production. The company’s management team is made up of executives with decades of experience in the sector. It acquires operated shelf as well as developed deep-water assets in the Gulf of Mexico. It uses innovative techniques as well as lead seismic technologies to explore, exploit and optimize the assets.
The company has a culture of working as a cohesive group and it has posed positive results for over a decade. The strong track record of impressive results wouldn’t be achieved if not for its motivated and hardworking employees. Talos Energy has created a conducive environment for its employees and now, it is a great place to work.
According to employee surveys, Talos Energy came on top in the Top Workplace in the Houston Chronicle Top Workplaces rankings. Talos has topped the list for 4 consecutive years.
As a growing company, Talos has career opportunities in corporate, production and exploration disciplines. It enables its employees to strike a balance between work and life by offering competitive benefits, flexible work schedules, opportunities for advancement and many more.
The company has vast geological, geophysical and operating experience spanning through many years. Timothy S. Duncan, President and CEO of Talos released a statement on the wake of the beginning of Zama appraisal program announcement acknowledging the progress they have made so far with the program.
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